Brent Bozell of the Media Research Center applauds FCC Chairman Michael Powell’s move to overrule a decision that allowed the “F-word” on free, over-the-airwaves television as long it’s used as an adjective, not a noun.
Bozell imagines an everyday household scenario if the decision had been allowed to stand:
“Hey, Mom, what a f—ing awful day I had at school!”
“WHAT did you say, Tommy?!”
“Mom, get with it. It was an adjective, not a noun .”