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Thursday, June 08, 2006


Congress has raised the maximum fine for objectionable programming to $325,000:

The punishment was less than groups like the Christian Coalition and Parents Television Council had sought, but the passage of the bill could help bolster support for Republicans who are facing tough re-election races in November.

Allrighty then, fellow values voters! Let’s try to spot the "objectionable content" in the following passage:

In Iraq, billions in reconstruction dollars remain unaccounted for, and little reconstruction has been completed. Oh, Shit! Further, Iraqi women’s secular freedoms, “once the envy of women across the Middle East,” have all but disappeared; women are now being “stoned in the street for wearing make-up.” Goddamnit! Here at home, funding for port security has just been cut by $648 million. Aw…Fuck! And on Tuesday, “House Republicans blocked a vote to restore $750 million in anti-terror funding for big cities.” Sweet Santorum!

Shocking, isn't it?



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