Monday, June 13, 2005

PC Gone Wild

There are two license plates pictured below. The first was issued by the state of Washington and is legal. I believe its nature is self-explanatory. The second license plate refers to John 3:16 and was banned by the state of Vermont. Get it? "F Dubya" on a license plate issued by the state is fine and dandy, but a vague allusion to John 3:16 is restricted speech and outlawed, not in Saudi Arabia but right here in the United States. (Couldn't we just trade Vermont and Washington for Australia? We could even kick in Massachusetts and two extra senators at no extra charge.) Click on the pics for details.


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