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Hilary Clinton is working with Senator Santorum to pass a law stifling freedom of speech, in the name of protecting our children from sex and violence in TV and video games. Meanwhile, George W. Bush has explained that it is really the job of parents to filter what their children see, not the government.
I've thought it over, and I don't believe I have a right to control what other people watch or say besides myself, and my children. Even when you want to watch or say things that I believe are wrong. (And there are a lot of things I believe it is wrong to watch or say.) Therefore, the government, since it is allegedly acting as my representative, can have no authority from me, even by vote, to control what you watch or say. If they think they have such authority, I don't know where they got it.
Meanwhile, I'll raise my children with my values, despite what the rest of you guys do. And I'll even take opportunities to discuss and advocate my values. But I don't have the authority to impose them. Looking at the official rhetoric coming out of these two political leaders, I know who is closer to me on the issue, at least in thought about what the ideal should be, versus who believes the government can take any action they want in order to please a subset of its citizens.