When someone starts out by saying, “I support freedom of speech on the internet”, you can always tell it’s is going to be followed by something very much like the following: “but not when it HARMS children.”
So, essentially, this individual in question is for *certain* freedom of *certain* speech, provided it does not advocate something this individual disagrees with. Idiot. If you’re wondering, those above quotes were the product of Mothers Against Maddox, a website whose name implies the same type of noble cause embodied by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers.
Except MADD is all about preventing people from driving drunk, and MAM is about shutting down the First Ammendment of the United States of America. Gosh. I don’t like MAM. If you’ve never been to Maddox’s website, be warned ahead of time that it is the “Best Page in the Universe”, and per Maddox’s description, “This page is about me and why everything I like is great. If you disagree with anything you find on this page, you are wrong.”
If you like satire and dark humor, fair bet, you’ll like this page. Even if you don’t, send an e-mail to these self-appointed guardians of that which determines what we can and can’t hear. Oh, guess what, if I don’t like Maddox’s website, I can just click the little “x” in the top right. And if you don’t like Maddox’s website, well, see the little “x” in the top right hand corner? Click it closed, ya whores.