I strongly opposed the passage of laws that attempted to regulate what consenting adults did in the bedroom but no more! With the recent uprising of anger I’ve witnessed due to proposed laws that would regulate what people did in the bedroom, who would be made to pay for contraceptives, whether or not abortions are legal, and all that jazz I’ve decided I want every one of those laws to pay. Every. Single. One. I also want the state to actually attempt to enforce these laws. I also want these tongue-in-cheek laws to pass:
Delaware: By an 8 to 4 vote, the Wilmington, Delaware, city council recognized the personhood of semen because “each ‘egg person’ and each ‘sperm person’ should be deemed equal in the eyes of the government.”
Virginia: As the state Senate debated requiring transvaginal ultrasounds for women seeking abortions, Sen. Janet Howell proposed mandating rectal exams and cardiac stress tests for men seeking erectile dysfunction meds. Her amendment failed by just two votes.
Texas: Contesting a bill mandating sonograms before abortions, Rep. Harold Dutton unsuccessfully offered three amendments in a row. The first would have required the state to pay the college tuition of children born to women who decide against an abortion after seeing a required ultrasound image. The second would have subsidized the children’s health care costs until age 18. When that failed, he lowered the age to 6. That didn’t fly, either.
Pass them all! Enforce them all! Make the sex lives of every person in the United States a living hell of regulations, red tape, fines, and court cases. Stop all this political pussyfooting around and get all this idiotic bullshit through the legislative process.
Look at how pissed off people are getting over laws affecting sex. People who sat aside while the PATRIOT Act was passed, who did nothing when the NDAA was passed this year, and didn’t even give a shit that a bill was introduced that would grant the government power to revoke citizenship are outright fuming over the recent slew of sex regulations being presented. Nobody seems to give a shit until they are personally inconvenienced and if that’s what it takes I say do it. Pass every one of these laws and finally get people pissed off enough to give the state the finger. I want to see rampant civil disobedience, I would be overjoyed to witness juries refusing to declare a man guilty because they found the law unjust, nothing would make me happier than seeing everybody in the United States finally standing up and refusing to be oppressed by the state.
Those of you in congresses of the individuals states I urge you to ramrod these bills through as if they were bills that granted you more benefits for being politicians! Treat these bills as if they would grant you even more power to expand the police state! Make passage of these laws top priority! Get everybody good and pissed off so I can finally stop trying to wake people up and get to the part where we actually change things.
Let’s just make everything illegal and get this police state to it’s ultimate conclusion. Nothing will turn liberals (using the modern definition of the word) and conservatives (using the traditional definition of the word) into hardcore libertarians like encroachments into their bedrooms.
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I don’t know if you have either of the Fox news channels but, John Stossel had a fairly informative Illegal Everything special a couple of weeks ago, I’m sure you could find it online by now. Also it shows that we probably need a political ticket with either him or Napolitano, sadly both won a ticket would cause the libertarian world too much excitement.
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