The Worst Thing About 9/11
Yes, it’s too bad 3,000 people were killed on September 11, 2001. Three thousand families were torn apart. But much, much worse is the blasphemy — the terrible foul un-Godly language that was uttered that day.
At least that's the viewpoint of the American Family Association (and the drones who love them). Remember, if you’re occupying a skyscraper that’s just been rammed by an airliner, your final words should be “oh, gosh darn it” rather than “F$#!#%&%$#$#%#%###!!!!”
If you’re a rescue worker pulling mutilated bodies out of the rubble, please confine your expletives to “oh dear.” No matter how revolted and sickened you are, you must never say “Jesus F#!%&%#!!”
On September 10th CBS will be airing an updated version of their documentary “9/11.” (It was first aired in March 2002.) The documentary is completely unedited.
The Rev. Donald Wildmon and other members of the bookburning community are appalled; but not because of the unspeakable horror of the 9/11 attacks. Not because of the thousands of family tragedies created that day. No, they’re up in arms because firemen and other rescue workers are shown swearing (gasp!).
The American Family Association is asking CBS affiliates not to air this documentary because of the uncensored language. They’re also demanding that the FCC impose maximum indecency fines against all stations that show this program. Get a life!
And Donald Wildmon — go play with your snakes.