Politician moves to make vulgar Photoshopping illegal

Sometimes people don’t appreciate flattery.

They are so engrossed in their own grossly skewed view of the world that their sense of humor flies into the night like a married lover late home for dinner.

How else can one explain the quite bizarre intentions of Georgia state Rep. Earnest Smith?

He clearly sees a vast importance in being Earnest.

He clearly believes that his constituents are so drawn to his Earnestness that anything that deviates it from absolute Earnestness deserves the full metal force of the law.

Which is why he wants to make lewd, coarse, filthy Photoshopping illegal and punishable with a fine of $1,000.

You see, some devious, twisted human being placed His Earnestness’s head on the body of a porn star. He did this for public consumption on the blog Georgia Politics Unfiltered. The porn star has a very nice body. He is a porn star, after all. And he is not Ron Jeremy.

The human being behind this affrontery has come forward. His name is Andre Walker. It is unknown if he was moved by the boast on His Earnestness’s own Web site that says he is both “accessible” and “audacious.”

However, Walker told Fox News: “The first Amendment to the Constitution of the United States protects all forms of speech, not just spoken word.”

Read more at CNET

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  1. Roger Mitchell says:

    LOL I love it I recall there a time in a far away land called pre-liberal America when there where lays about obscenity and public display of sex and nudity . But Oh this can’t be people must be free to express themselves and do what they want even up to the point now in N.Y and S.F and up in Mass some place called P town grown men dree up like half naked women or they walk down the streets naked or with just some cow boy chaps and a bare ass hanging out with his boy friend grabbing his butt.. Now that fine for all to see even a 4 yr old little boy . Can’t say nothing the have the right its their 1st amendment right.. Until it upsets a liberal free thinker then they want to change to rules they fought so hard for.. ..Like now Earnest Smith feels offended suck it up buddy I bet you would not want to tell people that they can’t walk around naked in the damn streets .. Live by the liberal sword die by the same sword ..
    This is like with the poor slob Obama had put in jail because he created the benghazie masacare with his cartoon what ever became of him ? Just don’t piss the liberals off

  2. Listerine says:

    You’re complaining about a $1000 fine? Which is levied only when someone uses a particularly demeaning method to insult someone? I think maybe, you have the right to express your contempt of whatever, but there’s no reason to get all creepy sexist perv while you’re doing it.

    It’s like, a flasher who forces everyone around him to be part of his porno fantasy. And then he insists that he’s entitled to do that, but other people are magically not entitled to be free from verbal/visual assault. It’s a hypocritical entitlement you’re trying to defend.

  3. Listerine says:

    Oh. That should be “free from verbal/visual SEXUAL assault”. :-)

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