Sunday, October 29, 2006

But then what would all those Republican

politicians watch on the DL while their wives think they're working on that latest carpentry project?

When George Bush entered the Oval Office in 2001 he accused his predecessor Bill Clinton of being “soft on porn” and vowed to crack down on an industry that was generating $9.8 billion (£5.2 billion) a year. But anti-porn campaigners in Bush’s own party say that since then the president has been distracted by the war on terror and has done little.

More here.