Re: Orson Scott Card "Please don't boycott my film!"
If you're referring to my reference about Bradbury, he stated that F451 is NOT about government censorship. Rather it is about the dangers of what later became political correctness. In the novel, the people demanded that books be censored because they were offended by racial slurs or content that offended people.
I don't see anyone here saying Card shouldn't be free to say or write whatever he feels like.
"I had no idea you were so... formidable. " - Anan 7 to James T. Kirk, A Taste of Armageddon