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Bush Wants Porn Searches, Let's Give Him Porn Searches

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So the United States Government is trying to get its hands on the internet search profiles of all the major internet search engines, reports the New York Times. Yahoo!, AOL, and MSN have bent over more quickly than an 18 year old girl with a webcam, but Google is holding out.

All this because of a ridiculous law signed by President Clinton and backed by the Bush-Ashcroft regime that would have spent a lot of time and money tracking down internet porn instead of terrorists. The Supreme Court has repeatedly questioned the Constitutionality of the law. Last time the court heard a case surrounding the law, a 5-4 decision bucked the case down to a lower court instead of upholding the law. Interestingly enough, Clarence Thomas was the deciding vote in that case (no word as to how many times "pubic hair on my coke" has been Googled from the Supreme Court's internet service provider).

Nonetheless, the major internet search engines are running scared and handing over their records. It's done. So, for those of us who think this is an infringement of privacy, I say there's only one thing to do. Give the government what it wants.

I suggest everyone immediately hit AOL, MSN, and Yahoo!, and repeatedly do a search for "Laura Bush humping midgets."
 
Let's see how long the President wants to keep monitoring our web searches after that.