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An Unanswered Letter to Morality in Media

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

December 8, 2009

Robert Peters (President)
Morality in Media
475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1264
New York, NY 10115

Dear President Robert Peters,

it’s come my attention that approximately one year ago you wrote then President-elect Barack Obama, and I wanted you to know I’ve read that letter! Did he write back? I wrote him once and he didn’t write me back! There’s nothing I hate more than writing a letter and getting no response. I’m guessing now President Obama didn’t write back (he’s a busy man), so I decided I would give you feedback on your letter.

First, I take some issues with your examples of obscenity. I don’t see anything wrong with people having sex with “barely legal teens.” By your own definition these teens are LEGAL, so if we start to prosecute people for legal things where do we stop? Next, who cares about people who have sex with multiple partners or people who spouse-swap? What occurs between consenting adults is their business. Yes, even if they are gay. No one is forcing you to participate.

It doesn’t seem like you want to prosecute obscenity, but rather legislate morality and persecute freedom. Once you go down that road you’re pretty much screwed. Laws are meant to protect, not dictate daily actions.

I’m asking you to reconsider your opinions about obscenity, and stick with despising the acts we can all agree on like child pornography and Adam Lambert’s performance on the American Music Awards show!


Christopher L. Jorgensen

p.s. While I don’t see the appeal with “having sex with excrement,” as long as one washes up well afterward I’m not sure who is being hurt here.


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