“The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a law meant to punish pornographers who peddle dirty pictures to Web-surfing kids is probably an unconstitutional muzzle on free speech.”
The article on MSNBC went on to say:
“The majority said a lower court was correct to block the law from taking effect because it likely violates the First Amendment.”
Let’s forget for a second about pornography and freedom of speech. Okay, on to the main point… Hey, you’re still thinking about pornography aren’t you? Get your mind out of the gutter slacker.
What’s with the Supreme Court handing down decisions that bandy about terms such as: probably and likely? HELLO! You’re the Supreme Court, you can’t get any more defnitive than that? A dictionary that I lost the cover of defines Supreme as: being the greatest in status or authority or power. Diana Ross didn’t anchor the Penultimates baby, she took the heat as a Supreme!
Don’t give me that “I’m giving the lower court a chance to adjust their findings” bull. As Harry Truman’s decorative desk-plate pronounced, ‘The Buck Stops Here.’ That’s why there’s an odd number of you, so we can definitively say as a country, “Hey man, that’s unconstitutional as all get out playa!”
So step up Supreme Court, no more of this wishy-washy crap. I know Ralph Nader needs something better to do than to run for President. Don’t think I won’t send him over to your house.