Saturday, March 10, 2012

Beyond The Bounds Of The First Amendment

You see, we've got the First Amendment in America to protect our freedom of speech. But we all know how that works when it comes to political correctness. Just ask Rush Limbaugh and Bill Maher. You've really got to be outside the limits of American media jurisdiction to be able to speak unfettered truth.

Calling a Fluke a Fluke

Mark Steyn certainly has a way with words. There is no beating around anybody's bush.
All of us are born with the unalienable right to life, liberty, and a lifetime supply of premium ribbed silky-smooth ultrasensitive spermicidal lubricant condoms. No taxation without rubberization, as the Minutemen said. The shot heard round the world, and all that.
That pretty much wraps it up and ties it with a bow.

1 comment:

Dweezil Dwarftosser said...

There's one thing that has been unmentioned so far in the Fluke fiasco: Why is she still a student at a Catholic college?

Surely, they have an honor code; something designed to prevent scandal and dishonor befalling that august institution - caused by the dishonest and scandalous actions of a student.

Yeah, yeah - since when is being a lawyer a profession based upon the truth and rigid integrity(?) . . . but just like the military: nobody makes a stink over the UCMJ articles prohibiting adultery, fornication, (and a bunch of other things) until some damn fool thumbs his or her nose at the rules, in a public manner.