Posted on June 29th, 2011 in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I have been thinking about the ruling of the Supreme Court regarding the California law about video game sales and it has me very confused on what they consider an infringement of the First Amendment.  A child cannot be sold a ticket to a violent “R” rated movie, however they can buy a video game that allows them to light people on fire, and commit heinous crimes against innocent victims.  A minor cannot be sold any pornagraphic material, however, they can buy a video game that allows them to view naked women, rape a prositute, and view other degrading material.  The FCC regulates television and radio during the day so that certain words cannot be used, certain gestures cannot be seen, and yet children can buy video games that allow them to say, hear and participate in any one of these actions anytime they choose! I don’t see the difference!

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