If only the people paid more attention to the many instances of censorship we, and others, post regularly. And if only the U.S. government represented the people.
A majority of Americans oppose the recent censorship of an episode of South Park that depicted the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, a survey shows.
Seventy-one percent of American adults disagree with Comedy Central’s decision to censor part of South Park’s 201st episode. Only 19 percent agree, according to the Zogby Interactive survey, released this week.
Nearly half (47 percent) of those who disagree said they disagree strongly, while only five percent of those who agree said they feel strongly about their opinion.
Recalculating that, just one third of Americans disagree strongly with this form of sharia – according to Zogby’s poll. Read it all via Majority of Americans Oppose South Park’s ‘Muhammad’ Censor.
Also read our post of almost two-years to the day on the pollster family Zogby – pro-Palestinian, Arab, and good friends and financial contributors to Barack Obama.