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BlackNGold203
08-23-2006, 06:32 AM
A coalition of 13 conservative groups -- including the Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America -- took out full-page ads in some editions of USA Today earlier this month urging the Justice Department and FBI to investigate whether some of the pay-per-view movies widely available in hotels violate federal and state obscenity laws.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/08/22/hotel.porn.ap/index.html


Man....my business trips are gonna suck.....

LMAO...:sofunny: :sofunny: :sofunny:

Livinginthe past
08-23-2006, 07:24 AM
A coalition of 13 conservative groups -- including the Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America -- took out full-page ads in some editions of USA Today earlier this month urging the Justice Department and FBI to investigate whether some of the pay-per-view movies widely available in hotels violate federal and state obscenity laws.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/08/22/hotel.porn.ap/index.html


Man....my business trips are gonna suck.....

LMAO...:sofunny: :sofunny: :sofunny:

Whatever happened to freedom of choice?

What you do in your hotel room alone, is your business - it affects no-one else.

I see the guy leading the campaign is a reformed porn-aholic - just because he is unable draw the line between acceptable usage ( I always draw the line at 10 hours in a single 24 hour period) and obsessive behaviour what gives him the right to infringe upon the rights of others?

There is nothing worse than a reformed smoker/porn-aholic - they tend to attack these issues with a worrying zeal becasue they are still dealing with their own guilt.

Brothers, Sisters I urge to your to raise up your right (or left) wrist and fight this fascist movement.

NM

BlackNGold203
08-23-2006, 07:28 AM
( I always draw the line at 10 hours in a single 24 hour period)

NM

:sofunny: :sofunny: :sofunny: :sofunny:


Too early to laugh this hard....LMAO

Mosca
08-23-2006, 10:12 AM
You know it's not much of a step after that to burkhas; same principle, "This is what I believe, these are the religious and moral grounds on which I justify it, so YOU have to do what I want."


Tom

BlackNGold203
08-23-2006, 10:16 AM
it's Pay Per View for Gods sake....

It not like your 10 year old can just turn to channel 60 and watch Jenna Jamison...

lamberts-lost-tooth
08-23-2006, 10:26 AM
it's Pay Per View for Gods sake....

It not like your 10 year old can just turn to channel 60 and watch Jenna Jamison...


*taking notes* 'Jenna Jamison on channel 60'

HometownGal
08-23-2006, 10:33 AM
A coalition of 13 conservative groups -- including the Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America -- took out full-page ads in some editions of USA Today earlier this month urging the Justice Department and FBI to investigate whether some of the pay-per-view movies widely available in hotels violate federal and state obscenity laws.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/08/22/hotel.porn.ap/index.html


Man....my business trips are gonna suck.....

LMAO...:sofunny: :sofunny: :sofunny:

As long as they don't take our toys away from us, I'm cool. :bouncy: Freakin' feminist spoil sports. :boxing:

X-Terminator
08-23-2006, 10:37 AM
The religious right is at it again. Oh joy. :rolleyes:

Why is it any of their business what goes on in hotel rooms? Or anyone's bedroom, for that matter? That's what's wrong with this country nowadays - people are too worried about what everyone else is doing when they should be worried about themselves. Do I give a shit if some lonely and bored businessman wants to "beat it" to the latest XXX feature in his hotel room? No, and neither should anyone else. Keep the government out of people's personal lives - it doesn't belong there.

BlackNGold203
08-23-2006, 10:41 AM
The religious right is at it again. Oh joy. :rolleyes:

Why is it any of their business what goes on in hotel rooms? Or anyone's bedroom, for that matter? That's what's wrong with this country nowadays - people are too worried about what everyone else is doing when they should be worried about themselves. Do I give a shit if some lonely and bored businessman wants to "beat it" to the latest XXX feature in his hotel room? No, and neither should anyone else. Keep the government out of people's personal lives - it doesn't belong there.

throws an "AMEN" to my main man XT.....:cool: :cool:

BlackNGold203
08-23-2006, 10:43 AM
*taking notes* 'Jenna Jamison on channel 60'


LMAO....if you like that LLT....there's another channel in the 60's you might like....


LMAO.....:sofunny: :sofunny: :sofunny:

lamberts-lost-tooth
08-23-2006, 11:16 AM
LMAO....if you like that LLT....there's another channel in the 60's you might like....


LMAO.....:sofunny: :sofunny: :sofunny:


:sofunny: Who me??!! I am a Paragon of virtue.:rolleyes:

BlackNGold203
08-23-2006, 11:39 AM
:sofunny: Who me??!! I am a Paragon of virtue.:rolleyes:


So is Jenna!!!!!

:cool: :cool:

Stlrs4Life
08-26-2006, 03:41 PM
I thought the republicans always wanted small government? Just goes to show you, they want to rule you. Pretty soon it will be Emperor Bush.

Mosca
08-26-2006, 04:26 PM
I thought the republicans always wanted small government? Just goes to show you, they want to rule you. Pretty soon it will be Emperor Bush.

This initiative doesn't come from the government, it comes from conservative far right groups aligned with the Republicans and with whom the Republicans have made an alliance that is now starting to hurt them. These aren't real Republicans; these are ideologues. And with ideologues, be they left or right, it's about power.


Tom