i'm going to have to disagree. he wasn't stifling Ice-T's freedom of speech,
he was pointing out pointless, inflammatory, and violent lyrics to the
shareholders of the company that was paying to produce them.
Ice-T is free to, (and does) say whatever he wants on his own time. he
doesn't have a right to be reproduced by someone at cost.
I think Heston's point was that people were tiptoing around IceT because he
was black. and stopping it, would seem racist. which is, pretty dumb. it's
not racist, it's just anti-violence, anti-rape, anti-misogny, whatever. i've
heard the song, it's not really worth much.
>From: Loree Thomas Maybe it's just me, but maybe not. Didn't Mr. Heston on
>the one hand condemn the stifling of freedom of speech on campus and on the
>other BRAG about his role in stifling Ice-T's freedom of speech?
>I don't think it was damned fine at all... It struck me as right wing,
>reactionary, illogical, muddled and emotionally loaded. Not exptropic, not
>libertarian, not rational. Loree
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