Thursday, July 18, 2013

From The Smaller Government/More Freedom Files

Read this and then answer the questions below:

In an unusual move, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli II (R), his party’s nominee for governor, launched a new campaign website Wednesday highlighting his efforts to reinstate Virginia’s unconstitutional Crimes Against Nature law. The rule, which makes felons out of even consenting married couples who engage in oral or anal sex in the privacy of their own homes, was struck down by federal courts after Cuccinelli blocked efforts to bring it in line with the Supreme Court’s 2003 Lawrence v. Texas ruling.

Question 1: Explain how the authorities will have probable cause to know that someone is violating (ha ha) the law.

Question 2: In what world does this fit into the conservative philosophy of smaller government means more freedom, which includes the right of consenting adults to do whatever the hell they want to in the privacy of their own home as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone or frighten the horses?

Question 3: Since when does a blow job constitute a crime against nature?

2 barks and woofs on “From The Smaller Government/More Freedom Files

  1. Answer to question 1: Shut up.

    Answer to question 2: Shut up.

    Answer to question 3: When it’s someone else getting one.

  2. 1. Don’t need no stinkin’ probable cause. Being suspicious is enough.
    2. We have a (prurient) interest in these matters.
    3. We get to define what is and isn’t “natural”.

    *sigh* Puritans…if someone is having fun, they’re against it.

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