Censor this

October 20, 2011
By cclaud BRONZE, Defiance, Ohio
cclaud BRONZE, Defiance, Ohio
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I thought this lady was bold for saying this. I can agree with her that people should be able
to say what they want in public because the first amendment states that you have the right
to say what you please as long as it does not endanger other people. I was very surprised that
this lady wrote this article and that she goes against the crowd on using profanity in public. I
can kind of relate to this because i try not to use profanity, that much, but if needed, i think it
should not be a crime to cuss in public. I do see this dilemma in Ayersville. I know many kids,
at least high schoolers, that like to express their feelings with vivid imagery and very suitable
words for their situation. I do not think it would be a bad thing for the law and government to lighten up on using profanity in public, i just think it would bring a lot of unwanted anger and
spite from many religious groups.


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