South Carolina Wants to Ban Profanity

First amendment rights can all just f--- off! Or at least, that's what one South Carolina senator thinks. State Senator Robert Ford has recently filed a bill to outlaw profanity statewide.

If you do say or write a profane word, the act could be punishable by five years in jail or a $5,000 fine.

View the Bill Via WeirdStuffNews

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The USA is a very ignorant country, its getting worse by the day. Locks up more people than any other country in the world. Its no wonder its broke and may well have to claim bankruptcy. It does resemble Germany of the 1930s- I hope Obama can change it.
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As a former resident of South Carolina and member of Mr. Ford's District, I am not surprised. Too bad wasting the taxpayers dollar on frivolous legislation isn't a felony.
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