Is that a Campaign Contribution Bundle You Have in Your Pocket or Are You Just Happy to See Me?
Last Friday, the WSJ's editorial page observed that Supreme Court recently struck down yet another law "attempting to protect minors from sexually explicit material on the Internet," but "was only too happy last year to endorse the substantial limits on political speech that were part of the McCain-Feingold campaign-finance reform." Ever the free speech champions, the WSJ proposed that the Court's apparent hypocrisy could point to a way around McCain-Feingold: A "right-wing pornographer" (Vincent Gallo?) could make "a pro-Bush film featuring erotic scenes and put it on the Internet within 60 days of an election."
Is this the WSJ's way of hinting that Bush should replace Cheney with Jack Ryan?
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