Not censorship, just limits on speech

by on January 28, 2005

Bush says he doesn’t favor censorship, but does think government should set limits.”
From an interview on C-Span, reported today on

To his credit, Bush did stress that the first line of defense for children is parents, saying “They put an off button on the TV for a reason.” An important point. Parental limits are the best way to control what children see. Government limits are, er, well, censorship.

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