deseretnews.com | No copyright for smut

deseretnews.com | No copyright for smut:

"Although the liberal foul-mouthed hedonists who control the entertainment industry have the power to set the moral tone of this country, why do we reward their pandering efforts with copyright protection?
It is not enough to snip out sexually graphic scenes or to bleep profanity. The deleted film and book sections should be replaced with other material, and the profanity should be replaced with other dialogue.
I watch R-rated movies because they are usually the only ones with good story lines and good acting, but they would be more enjoyable without the salacious content and coarse language. [Emphasis added.]
If writers, publishers, actors and moviemakers insist on pandering to convey ideas of love, hate and other emotions, let them do so without copyright protection. The alternative is to regulate pandering with current anti-pollution laws."

Gee... could there be a relationship between the quality of the writing and the subject matter? Maybe boring, non-salacious people write boring, non-salacious story lines.