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Published: Thursday, Sept. 13 2012 4:57 p.m. MDT

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Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Yet another compelling reason to elect Mitt Romney!

Rikitikitavi
Cardston, Alberta

Mitt is clearly going to win the Oval Office.

ute alumni
Tengoku, UT

obama doesn't enforce anything.

Janet
Ontario, OR

Those who want smaller government, particularly a smaller federal government, ironically seem to be the ones who are yelling loudest for federal enforcement of morality. What about self-government, community government, state government? Do you honestly think Obama is *protecting* pornography -- forbidding the enforcement of federal laws? Good grief!

raybies
Layton, UT

By not enforcing obscenity laws, Obama has demonstrated he's in favor of porn.

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

Obama is a weakling, and looks weaker and weaker as each day goes by.

Screwdriver
Casa Grande, AZ

Amazing how many times a person has to post something to get it on here.

So here's an attack without any evidence or example of what they claim Obama is doing. What is sooooo sad is that the church that owns this paper is supposed to triumph truth and goodness above all else and has suffered from the same factless, baseless attacks from the jeering mob. Full circle that the memebrs of the church are now a jeering mob that are unconvinced by facts.

I could make baseless claims about a lot of people without any facts but you would think it's unfair if done to YOU.

Craig Clark
Boulder, CO

The GOP has a sharp eye for matters that warrant action at the Federal level.

Craig Clark
Boulder, CO

In a poll of issues that are of greatest concern to voters in this Presidential election, obscenity laws, which are generally left to the states, would not even make the list.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Nazi German took a hard-line against Pornography too.

and abortion
and Liberals
and Communists
and immigrants
and non-Christians
and Homosexuals
and homeless
and drugs
and, and, and,...

xscribe
Colorado Springs, CO

Porn is not illegal, at least a lot of porn, so what is the "illegal porn" this article is talking about? Frankly, I'd be will to bet that most who have posted here have looked at porn at some point in their lifetime as a personal choice, not because they were forced to. And trying to enforce "illegal porn" laws, I believe, will be akin to the prohibition of alcohol.

Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

Federal obscenity law in the U.S. is unusual in that there is no uniform national standard. Former Justice Potter Stewart of the Supreme Court of the United States, in attempting to classify what material constituted exactly "what is obscene," infamously wrote, "I shall not today attempt further to define the kinds of material I understand to be embraced…[b]ut I know it when I see it…

What an absolutely silly article, how do you enforce something with the guidelines "I know it when I see it."

Well the Tailban and Romney agree...again.

Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

Re: LDS Liberal Farmington, UT
"Nazi German took a hard-line against Pornography too."

What position does the LDS church which you reference in your screen name take on the items in your list? Don't they provide for the homeless and immigrants, and give emergency assistance to everyone regardless of race or religion in times of disaster?

Sounds like they are pretty much in line with the thinking of the Man who walked the shores of Galilee.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Obama supports gay marriage, but gives billions to countries who executes them. Killing a baby is a woman's right, and pornography is ok.

Obama is a good father?

Only a nation of fools, beggars, and illiterates would re-elect him.

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