Preventing Sex Crimes in the Military

Well, it’s not giant metal testicles, but it’s just as ludicrous.  Georgia Congressman Paul Broun is spearheading a bill that would define Playboy as pornographic material, thereby forbidding the sale of Playboy in military exchanges.  Two wars, hundreds of billions of dollars, and years of men and women being separated from their families and this a-hole is concerned about soldiers looking at girlie magazines.  I know this is preaching to the choir, but, “What the f@#?!!!   


2 Responses to Preventing Sex Crimes in the Military

  1. laurabethnielsen says:

    well, it might be related to the giant metal testicles. . . if you purchase them in the color blue (which is available, BTW. WTF?)

  2. vickywoeste says:

    Did either of you see the Headline News report today on the conditions of the barracks at Ft. Bragg that newly returned troops from Afghanistan are forced to live in, after being promised 18 months ago that new ones would await them? Typical military fuck up.

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