Pornography is part of the Communist conspiracy.
Pornography and sex deviation have always been with mankind. This is true. But, now, consider another fact: never in the history of the world have the merchants of obscenity, the teachers of unnatural sex acts, had available to them the modern facilities for disseminating this filth. High-speed presses, rapid transportation, mass distribution: all have combined to put the vilest obscenity within reach of every man, woman, and child in the country.
This moral decay weakens our resistance to the onslaught of the communist masters of deceit.
This same type of rot and decay caused sixteen of the nineteen major civilizations to vanish from the Earth. Magnificent Egypt, classical Greece, imperial Rome, all crumbled away not because of the strength of the aggressor, but because of moral decay from within. But we are in a unique position to cure our own ills: our Constitution was written by men who put their trust in God and founded a government based in His laws. These laws are on our side. We have a constitutional guarantee of protection against obscenity. And, in this day especially, we must seek to deliver ourselves from this twisting, torturing evil. We must save our nation from decay and deliver our children from the horrors of perversion. We must make our land, 'the land of the free', a safe home. O God, deliver us, Americans, from evil.
It's moral decay, from within
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It's certainly not Communist to support porn. And porn hasn't destroyed civilization... wars and onslaughts did.
Our Founding Fathers were practically Libertarian. They didn't like big government, and they surely didn't like the idea of government controlling our morality or our private property. So they were against modern day Communism AND family value restrictions. And, remember, that the first amendment guarantees no state religion. This includes Christianity.
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Yeah, same shit different day.
The fact is, people like what they like, and how far they take that if it's some deviation has everything to do with their own minds, and nothing to do with whether they can look at it or not.
I would argue in spite of nearly every imaginable sexual deviation being available at your fingertips,
at least from what we know of cultures like the Roman Empire, many had all of us beat by a long shot. Internet? Most of them couldn't even read a graphic novel if they did have them, but they were still freaky.
So no. The abundance of pornography only brings to light the extent of natural human deviance, and in no way increases or changes it.
It's truly silly to care though what anyone or any couple or any group of people like to do in privacy, be it gay, s&m;, dressing up like cartoon characters, whatever.
Really, how could that possibly effect me in any way?
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