If David Letterman dies a long, painful death and proceeds straight to Hell, it would be fine with me. Our goal for now is simple: TO PUT PEOPLE LIKE DAVID LETTERMAN OUT OF BUSINESS
I imagine you've heard about David Letterman's offensive and degrading comments about Sarah Palin and her 14-year-old daughter Willow. Among other things, Letterman called Gov. Palin a "slutty flight attendant." About Willow, he suggested she might be raped and "knocked up" on the Yankee Stadium Field by Alex Rodriguez.
Sean Hannity asked, "Where is the outrage from liberal women's groups?" Sean hasn't grasped yet that "liberal women's groups" have nothing to do with 95% of the women in America -- or the world. I want to urge you to communicate your disgust with Letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Our goal must be to put people like Letterman out of business. In their celebration of depravity and degradation and indifference to human life, they are doing great damage to our culture and our country.
How can you complain? You can do so by clicking on the link below supplied by my friend Sharin B. in California. (I've also supplied the response she got from the FCC, which shows that you will not be ignored.)
Thanks so much for your concern about this imporant matter -- and for passing this message on to your contacts. Material from Sharin follows:I filed the FCC complaint. It was easy. Just say that it was the David Letterman program, 11:30 pm, June 9, CBS and then explain what was offensive. click the ONLINE FORM Federal Communications Commission - Obscene, Profane, and/or Indecent Material Complaint Form - (Form 475B)
Filing for: Sharin L has been received by the FCC
Thank you for contacting the Federal Communications Commission to share your concerns about inappropriate program material. It's against federal law to air obscene programming at any time. It is also against federal law to air indecent or profane programming during certain hours. The Commission is charged with enforcing the law that governs these types of broadcasts.
Your views and concerns about program material are important to us. The Commission will review what you have submitted carefully to determine whether it contains sufficient information to suggest that there has been a violation of the obscenity, indecency or profanity laws. If it appears that a violation may have occurred, the Enforcement Bureau will start an investigation, which may include a letter of inquiry to the broadcast station.
Further information about the complaint process is available on the Commission's web site at http://www.fcc.gov/eb/oip/process.html, and in our consumer fact sheet entitled "Obscene, Profane and Indecent Programming"
When inquiring about your complaint, be sure to reference the following confirmation number: FORM475B: 09-WB142.......
Additionally, be sure to mention that you filed this complaint over the Internet. Again, thank you for contacting us about this important issue