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Billboard Has Dems Crying

konradv

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No one's taking responsibility! Who'd a thunk it?
 

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Good thing about Trump is he sucked just as much as Biden....
 

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No one's taking responsibility! Who'd a thunk it?
I thought the US had obscenity laws in advertising..
The problem with obscenity laws? Is they need to prove that they appeal to ‘prurient interest,’ or something of a sexual nature, making it, "filthy." I am not sure this rises to that definition.

". . . Currently, obscenity is evaluated by federal and state courts alike using a tripartite standard established by Miller v. California. The Miller test for obscenity includes the following criteria: (1) whether ‘the average person, applying contemporary community standards’ would find that the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ appeals to ‘prurient interest’ (2) whether the work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by the applicable state law, and (3) whether the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.. . ."
 

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No one's taking responsibility! Who'd a thunk it?
I thought the US had obscenity laws in advertising..
The problem with obscenity laws? Is they need to prove that they appeal to ‘prurient interest,’ or something of a sexual nature, making it, "filthy." I am not sure this rises to that definition.

". . . Currently, obscenity is evaluated by federal and state courts alike using a tripartite standard established by Miller v. California. The Miller test for obscenity includes the following criteria: (1) whether ‘the average person, applying contemporary community standards’ would find that the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ appeals to ‘prurient interest’ (2) whether the work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by the applicable state law, and (3) whether the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.. . ."
yeah, until you tell the cop he's a piece of shit and he takes you away.
 

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I wonder how many that find this funny accuse Democrats of suffering from TDS?
While I do agree with you. . . when the other side depicted the President of the United States of America as this?

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. . . as a nation, and a civilization, the conversation was doomed to degrade.

Now, I realized, this balloon was funded and made in Britain, but when they allowed it to be brought over here? And American media companies broadcast it all over the place?
That was pretty low and disrespectful to the office of the President.



That was, near as I can tell, when the gloves came off.
 

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No one's taking responsibility! Who'd a thunk it?
I thought the US had obscenity laws in advertising..
The problem with obscenity laws? Is they need to prove that they appeal to ‘prurient interest,’ or something of a sexual nature, making it, "filthy." I am not sure this rises to that definition.

". . . Currently, obscenity is evaluated by federal and state courts alike using a tripartite standard established by Miller v. California. The Miller test for obscenity includes the following criteria: (1) whether ‘the average person, applying contemporary community standards’ would find that the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ appeals to ‘prurient interest’ (2) whether the work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by the applicable state law, and (3) whether the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.. . ."
yeah, until you tell the cop he's a piece of shit and he takes you away.
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No one's taking responsibility! Who'd a thunk it?
I thought the US had obscenity laws in advertising..
The problem with obscenity laws? Is they need to prove that they appeal to ‘prurient interest,’ or something of a sexual nature, making it, "filthy." I am not sure this rises to that definition.

". . . Currently, obscenity is evaluated by federal and state courts alike using a tripartite standard established by Miller v. California. The Miller test for obscenity includes the following criteria: (1) whether ‘the average person, applying contemporary community standards’ would find that the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ appeals to ‘prurient interest’ (2) whether the work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by the applicable state law, and (3) whether the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.. . ."
yeah, until you tell the cop he's a piece of shit and he takes you away.
59517k.jpg
I am a true Napoleonic code of laws kinda guy.
 

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No one's taking responsibility! Who'd a thunk it?
I thought the US had obscenity laws in advertising..
The problem with obscenity laws? Is they need to prove that they appeal to ‘prurient interest,’ or something of a sexual nature, making it, "filthy." I am not sure this rises to that definition.

". . . Currently, obscenity is evaluated by federal and state courts alike using a tripartite standard established by Miller v. California. The Miller test for obscenity includes the following criteria: (1) whether ‘the average person, applying contemporary community standards’ would find that the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ appeals to ‘prurient interest’ (2) whether the work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by the applicable state law, and (3) whether the work, ‘taken as a whole,’ lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.. . ."
yeah, until you tell the cop he's a piece of shit and he takes you away.
59517k.jpg
I am a true Napoleonic code of laws kind guy.
I've noticed.

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I wonder how many that find this funny accuse Democrats of suffering from TDS?
While I do agree with you. . . when the other side depicted the President of the United States of America as this?

iu


. . . as a nation, and a civilization, the conversation was doomed to degrade.

Now, I realized, this balloon was funded and made in Britain, but when they allowed it to be brought over here? And American media companies broadcast it all over the place?
That was pretty low and disrespectful to the office of the President.



That was, near as I can tell, when the gloves came off.
Yeah, didn't need the Brits to do it!

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