FBI resources diverted in War against Porn

You got to love this Administration sometimes. Currently, they’re diverting federal funding to fight pornography.
What’s most amusing is even with First Amendment rights on hold, and let’s not consider locally, that while North Carolina is in the Bible Belt, it is also home to the largest mail order sex shop in the United States along with the top On Demand pornography video corporation.
With all this taken out of the equation, you still have the issue of the War on Terror. Where is this going? Well, like I posted before, let’s settle on prioritizing your issues.
If you really want to pick up the whole pornography issue, shouldn’t you be finished with more important things such as terrorism, drug smuggling, money laundering, public corruption, and other such felonious crimes?
From the Washington Post:

“I guess this means we’ve won the war on terror,” said one exasperated FBI agent, speaking on the condition of anonymity because poking fun at headquarters is not regarded as career-enhancing. “We must not need any more resources for espionage.”

I just don’t get it. Even pedophilia is a scarier and more gruesome part of the actions, but instead, they’re chasing down the adult video industry. While you’re at it, just lock up 95% of males in the country since I’m sure everyone has dabbled in watching those dirty dirty videos at least once, or took a naughty glance at that Playboy on the rack of your local book store.
You know, while we’re chasing down the pornography industry, why don’t we jail everyone that has had an affair? I swear that there is this Commandment that says: “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife.”
Oh well. What can you do.
DanGillmor < WashingtonPost

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