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The Utah lawmaker who introduced a state resolution declaring pornography a "public health crisis" has taken his opposition a step further. During a conservative talk radio appearance on Friday, state Rep. Todd Weiler (R) said that the internet, essentially, violates a person's First Amendment rights by "delivering pornography" to people who don't want to view it.
At first, Weiler specifically blamed McDonald’s for having free WiFi that did not block porn sites. According to Weiler, kids often go to McDonald’s or public libraries to watch porn on their WiFi networks — especially if it’s blocked on their home internet.
violates a person's First Amendment rights by "delivering pornography" to people who don't want to view it.
Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
It's amazing that our culture (and all of you) are defending your perversion so intensely. There are far more important things to defend than the right to watch women and men live out your fantasies on film. I hope this view of pornography is adopted nationwide. If you view pornography, you should consider giving it up. It is not healthy for your mind, and it is not a healthy view of relationships. People can sense how you view them.
If I had a choice in the matter, pornography would not be available. Not just because I don't want it available in mcdonalds where children can watch it- which is a serious problem- but because I don't want it available to anyone. I don't want men and women shaping their minds with it.
Sadly, it will always have a home because of our cultures desire to give it one.