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December 14, 2018 - 9:42am

Today's Poll: Should 'Baby It's Cold Outside" be pulled from radio station playlists?

posted by Howard B. Owens in polls.
Rich Richmond
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Politically correct nonsense. "Baby, It's Cold Outside" is an Academy Award-winning song written by Frank Loesser. It has played on the radio for 74 years. Wikipedia sums it up well.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby,_It%27s_Cold_Outside

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You may play it IF you buy a separate homeowners policy. If you don`t, the democrats will get mad, and threaten to impeach you!

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There are times I feel as if we are regressing. This is reminding me of the burning of books. It seems that things are picked and chosen as to what is offensive. Such as it is okay to play the rap songs which are down right disgusting because it is "music". It is also okay to be subjected to the various stages of undress of the Kardashians and other "celebrities". I am offended by them but this probably falls under free speech.

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The fools that want this 1940's song banned are the same fools that will not demand current songs be removed that truly demean women. I think "Hypocrites " would describe them.

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This is not an issue for the Democratic Party. If you follow any conversations at Democratic blogs or FB groups, they're scratching their heads over this situation as much as the general public. Probably the only reason this "controversy" has been raised to levels beyond the actual scope of interest: it involved radio stations and fell under the heading of Xmas. Anyone who wants it to go away should ignore it- which goes for 90% of the drivel that gets sensationalized in this connected world.

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Tim, that's funny.

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