The FCC and all of their fetishes

by Jason Gross

6 June 2006

 

In the “couldn’t have said it better myself” department comes this article by Simon Dumenco for Advertising Age: The FCC Thinks You Would Look Totally Hot in a Diaper.

  
I’ve ranted about the FCC before (FCC’s B.S. pulpit) so I’m gratified to see someone else take a well deserved potshot at these hypocritical, puritanical idiots.  The whole article is worth reading but the ending is especially worthy of savoring…

Those who would condescend to the American public—deciding that more and more things are “dirty” and that everyone, including grown men and women, must simply not be allowed to watch or hear them under any circumstances—are often the ones with the most pitiable psychosexual issues.

We’re paying federal taxes, at least in theory, to protect us against real threats like terrorism and the new hurricane season. Not to have a bunch of Church-Lady commissioners think up new ways to infantalize us.

In other words, beware of freaks in Washington who fantasize about putting adults back in diapers.

Amen, bro…

 

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