Looking at noah's list, I have a strange mixture of wanting to laugh hystericaly and cry. How the heck are "I feel the earth move" and "Dust in the wind" about war? And I like the dixie chicks. I listen to music if I like it, regardless of who sings it.
And I like a lot of the songs mentioned.
So are we hypocrits for saying that we offer free speech? Not completely. We still give a lot more freedom than many other nations. But I still don't think that radio stations have the right to ban songs that protest war. Half of those songs are songs that I really like. And they didn't get all of the anti war songs, so is that fair to the ones that made 'the list?' I agree with Noah about this topic. When we get to the point where people want to trash people's houses, and threaten people against war, it gets scary.
I said I'm going to buy a gun and start a war,
If you can tell me something worth fighting for
[This message has been edited by Wind (07-04-2003 01:54 PM).]