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I think that every American citizen will agree with me when I say that freedom of speech is an essential part of democracy This right encompasses many different areas of American life including but not limited to actual speech clothing what we read what we see on television and also what we hear in out music But where do we draw the line on what we can and cannot say in music I say that anything goes It is after all only music When I say its only music I dont want to make it seem like I think music is not an important thing Far from it My life would be completely different and far less enjoyable without it What I mean is that it really isnt something that people need to get all worked up about If one group or one parent has something against one kind of music or what kind of message that it is supposedly conveying then I think it is their responsibility to ignore it or boycott it as they see fit but it is ridiculous that everyone should have to suffer because one person is easily offended And how does one group decide that music is profane or offensive without knowing anything about it It is impossible for someone who does not listen to heavy metal or any other similar tasteless style of music to understand what is trying to be said I believe that half of the time these fogies are letting the loud sound impair their judgment If these people would turn their hearing aids down and open their eyes they might see the truth rather than what they want to hear all the time Another thing that I find amusing is that while many times people are trying to stop this music from getting out into the public a lot of times all the fuss only serves to help record sales of these so called
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