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‘Batman’ Who Took On Rap

I’m not a fearful person, but there are a few things that frighten me. Nuclear weapons. Moldy leftovers. Astronomical real estate prices. And men like Jack Thompson (“The ‘Batman’ Who Took On Rap” by Chuck Philips, June 18) frighten me.

Thompson’s virulent campaign to smother First Amendment freedoms is noteworthy not only for its vociferousness but also for its apparent success.

When he says, "(God) has put the world together in such a way that government exists to point people God-ward,” I become truly frightened. All this time I thought government existed to govern.

CHRISTOPHER MEINDL

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Los Angeles


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