Judge legislates: Broadcasters may use F- Word while children likely are watching

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

FCC indecency rule struck down by appeals court

LA Times- "The ruling is a major victory for the broadcast TV networks, which jointly sued the Federal Communications Commission in 2006....

The court said that policy on so-called fleeting expletives was "unconstitutionally vague" and created a "chilling effect" on the programming that broadcasters chose to air. The court echoed complaints from network executives that the FCC's standards were nearly impossible to gauge, noting that the agency allowed the airing of the f-word and s-word in broadcasts of the World War II movie "Saving Private Ryan" but not in the PBS miniseries "The Blues."...

Fox Broadcasting Co., which was the lead plaintiff on the case, cheered the ruling."
Yes, it's "chilling" when liberals don't get to scream 'F---' on TV during shows that little kids watch. Thank goodness this perverted liberal judge (U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals) is here to legislate from the bench so we dummy voters can get set straight. All in the name of ratings for General Electric and Disney!

The ruling doesn't say anything restricting during shows that children commonly watch, between 6am and 8pm. The reasoning is just ridiculous. It's hard to guage the FCC standards?? Don't use the F-word! Is that so hard? With this reasoning, there should be no difference between someone in a bathing suit and flat out nudity. Soon liberals will get to dance around naked on TV in shows that little kids watch. This will satisfy every radical liberals dream!


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