You may have seen this recently. With all the other problems Texas has, "suggestive" cheerleader dancing is what they're worried about. (And it's a Democrat getting hives over it, fer cryin' out loud.) Then there's this. The Justice Department says it is making obscenity prosecutions a "priority". There are a number of things about this story that trouble me, on both sides of the issue. The idea that a 65 year old schoolteacher is peddling bestiality porn in his spare time. That's just a leetle bit weird. On the other hand: My bold. Where's the "unwanted" part? Granted, the content is disgusting, but if that's their rationale for prosecution, I would hope they're gonna have tough sledding. I saw nothing in the article that says Lambert was showing his videos on the scoreboard screens at Cleveland Browns Stadium. But the thing that irks me most of all, as it does with the cheerleader story, is: is this what our government officials are doing with their time? Jesus, if Gonzales wants to prosecute a federal crime, he has to look no farther than 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and the halls of Congress. Republicans are the weirdest, most repressive yet sex-obsessed people in America. I guess something had to fill the void left by Kenneth Starr.