Protest Borders censorship
Original post made by David Voelker on Jun 3, 2006
Books are a free society's most precious resource. By preemptively appeasing one group who would muzzle those who do not agree with them, Borders has set a dangerous precedent. I encourage everyone who values free speech to write to Borders Group (email@example.com) and protest their cowardly and hypocritical decision, and to boycott Borders bookstores.
on Jun 3, 2006 at 2:35 pm
Suppressing books is a sign of intolerance of others opinions. And that's what these are, OPINIONS.
Everyone has one. Everyone is entitled to one.
If you don't like the caricatures you see, draw your own.
We invite you to express your opinion.
But recognize the fact that others are entitled to theirs.
Besides I think there funny.
on Jun 4, 2006 at 5:31 pm
Censorship, especially for a book store, is sending the wrong message. There are plenty of books and reading material in stores that people can be offended by. It most certainly does not make sense to begin sensoring because content offends a certain group of people. Why honor one group?