74% Say Feds Should Back Off Enforcing Porn Laws

The porn industry and now the American population’s reaction to Rick Santorum’s vow to crack down on pornography, if elected president seems to be unanimous: Butt out! ¬†This weekend in an MSNBC poll, 74% of those polled (97,000 votes) said there’s no need for placing harnesses on the hardcore industry. The poll accompanied a story, “Porn Industry to Rick Santorum: Butt Out,” that appeared on the TV network last friday.

What do you think off all this? Is Santorum right or is he just prude?

3 comments
  1. I think the federal government has bigger and more important things to worry about than regulating the porn industry. Santorum needs to understand that not everyone shares the same beliefs as him. Even if he becomes President (which he won’t), he won’t be able to shove his beliefs down everyone’s throats. He should focus on things that effect everyone, like the economy. If you don’t want to watch porn, then don’t watch porn…simple as that.

  2. I agree, if people want to watch bareback porn then that is their decision, the same as if they wish to participate in it. I love watching T.I.M.s guys fucking and find bareback sex really hot to watch. Personally I always play safe, but that is my choice. If legislation makes it illegal then it just makes it more attractive and marketable, it won;t kill it, probably the opposite in fact.

    Governments sometimes just need to leave well alone and concentrate on more important issues.

  3. I don’t see what difference it makes. It people watch bareback porn it doesn’t mean people will repeat the behavior. If they do that’s their funeral because most of us know about aids. If you don’t then you don’t care.

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