Do you feel dirty?

Published January 21, 2013 3:21 pm
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I would love to know whether Derek Monson, or anyone else at the Sutherland Institute, has seen the movies that they object to ("Right-wing group protests Utah support of Sundance," Tribune, Jan. 14).

My bet is that they have not. And if they have not, how do they know those movies are objectionable?

And if they have, do they feel somehow "dirtied" or "polluted" by them? If so, how did they deal with that?

Howard Karten


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