Look to what Justice Antonin Scalia said, a constitutional scholar who's rulings and written decisions are still cited today.>Scalia sided with the majority in that case, which found the First Amendment protects political expression like setting the stars and stripes on fire. That doesn't mean the 78-year-old justice likes flag desecration, but it's the justices' job to interpret the Constitution, not to pass moral judgment, Scalia has said repeatedly.>"I hate the result [in Texas v. Johnson]," Scalia, who died earlier this year, said at a 2014 question-and-answer session sponsored by Brooklyn Law School.>"I would send that guy to jail so fast if I were king," he added, then referring to Gregory Lee Johnson as a "bearded weirdo.">>9208036
Look at countries without First Amendment protections of citizens from the government, and countries that have outlawed 'obscenities'. Porn is still present there.