San Francisco proves too radical...for California

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    Penis is serious business in San Fransisco.
     
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    ....At least, as-far-as "conservatives" are concerned.....obviously.

    Whatta shame there's no way to make the economy & poverty SEX-RELATED.

    Maybe (then) "conservatives" would take more-notice.​
     
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    So the current theory is that STATES have the right to dominate society but CITY STATES don't?

    What about the theory that local government is inherently better than a government from afar?

    Out the window?
     
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    The answer is, it depends.

    When the government 'from afar' is passing laws protecting rather than infringing liberty, I'm generally OK with it. The other way around, not so much.
     
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    But the Bill of Rights still stands under those circumstances...

    Circumcision is a First Amendment issue...
     
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    Which part, freedom of religion?

    If that's your argument, then female circumcision would be legal too, but it isn't.
     
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