Book Ban  

tayninh2 71M
121 posts
6/17/2006 6:15 am

Last Read:
2/21/2015 11:08 am

Book Ban

A woman printed a book about four widows in New Jersey, about their husbands on 9/11. It says they were happy.
Now people want this book to be ban. Last time I look I was still in America. And it's against the law to do this. No one is being force to read or buy this book. First we have phone companys giving your record away. And now we have this. What's going on do we know or do we have our head in the sand.


6/17/2006 6:58 am

She said a lot more than they were "happy". At least present the facts correctly.

JustASingleGirl2 49F
719 posts
6/17/2006 7:53 am

Regardless of what the author wrote, like tayninh said, no one is forced to read the book. There are thousands of books that are "banned" because some people didn't like what's printed in them. Come on people, this is a "free" country. I think it's still alright for us to have different views. Remember all the hype about 2LiveCrew in the 1980's? What about the de Vinci Code? Hell what about the Bible? There are always people who disagree with something written or said. If we ban them all, then I will have to wonder what this country is really coming to.

Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.

free2chose2 67F

6/17/2006 9:12 am

Banning books-pretty soon they'll be burning them

Don't worry, be Happy


6/17/2006 9:16 am

I don't believe anybody here has said they are for the banning of books. I don't believe in banning books either. However, in this day and age, does anybody really believe a book can be completely banned? One way or another, we have access. I agree, if you don't like it, don't read it. And, just because you don't like it, doesn't give you the right to try to keep me from reading it.

Become a member to create a blog