Federal Appeals Court Rules Against the Invasive Probing of American Citizens
It's a good thing that we get to enjoy the pony that's been hidden in slavery, because for the people of Mississippi, it could be a long time before they get to enjoy anything hidden in their vaginas.
A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of lawsuit filed by a Rankin County adult store, which challenged the constitutionality of a Mississippi law that bans the sale of sex toys.
You'd think that the free trade of strap-ons would send a powerful message of resolve to the psycho-prudes of the Islamofascist armies. Certainly, this ruling does nothing to comfort the spouses of our fighting men and women, stranded overseas. But, as an upside, maybe Russ Feingold can uncover some useful precedent in this ruling for his battle against lawless and invasive wiretapping.
Fifth Circuit upholds dismissal of sex toy law challenge [Clarion-Ledger]