Thursday, June 29, 2006
What I find most interesting is that a NY state judge recently ruled that pro-life bumper stickers are ok. Which means, of course, that someone sued, saying that pro-life bumper stickers are either grossly offensive or unconstitutional. How anyone could come to that conclusion I'm not sure. I really can't wrap my head around it. How could you go before a court of law and argue that certain bumper stickers, containing no obscene words or pictures, but merely distasteful ideas, are illegal? I do doubt the sincerity of the plaintiff in that case.