I need to take exception to a few statements in your editorial.
First, I don't see how any of the protesters can be accused of censorship. While the protesters are using strong voices to dissuade the public from seeing the movie, no one who I know about is trying to legislate against the movie. No protester is doubting Universal's right to release the film.
Likewise, Bill Bright (founder and president of the Campus Crusade for Christ) cannot be accused of trying to censor the movie either. Universal has every right to reject Bright's offer.
So far the protests have resulted in at least two major chains making decisions not to show the picture. That is their right under our system.