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Obama’s plan for porn industry questioned

Morality in Media is looking to the next presidential administration with hope concerning obscenity prosecution.

Bob Peters, president of Morality in Media, has written a letter to president-elect Barack Obama with hopes that the incoming president does not imitate his Democrat predecessor.

“Bill Clinton became president in 1992, when the Justice Department really had the hard-core pornographers on the run,” he explains. “Within a year-and-a-half, his Justice Department had virtually shut down law enforcement against pornography.”

The Bush administration, according to Peters, did very little in prosecutions, but he notes a modicum of effort. He hopes the Obama administration will surpass Bush’s minimal accomplishments with this issue.

“At one level I hope he embarrasses the Bush administration and does a much better job,” Peters adds. “That wouldn’t be hard to do.”

He is asking Obama to choose a Justice Department chief wisely and vigorously to pursue obscenity cases. ChristianNewswire features Peters’ letter in which he states, “The choice for you [Obama] as the next president is either to build on the progress made by your immediate predecessor or to allow the Justice Department to revert to the policy adopted under President Clinton,” which he contends is a “free ride” for the porn industry.

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