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Monday, December 27, 2004

Pulp Fiction

Second lady Lynne Cheney said Sunday that the government should step in when entertainment television crosses the line by broadcasting racy material during hours when children are watching.
"I think that's where government maybe does have a role, particularly when it comes to what happens on prime-time television," Cheney told "Fox News Sunday."
Mrs. Cheney cited "surprises like the surprise advertisement in which one of the 'Desperate Housewives' stars dropped her towel," referring to the controversial "Monday Night Football" ad where Nicolette Sheridan propositions grid star Terrell Owens.
I haven't watched [the series]," Cheney said. "But the thing we have to do is protect our kids from this. It's one thing for adults to do - they've had a long time to form their values. But it's another thing for kids."
She would also like to you to read her hot, steamy, sex-filled novel, Sisters, that she wrote. You know, instead of watching stuff like that on TV.


Blogger Beau said...

Oh sweet Irony! Censorship makes my blood boil and my pecker shrink up inside itself! Why is it the back of a nude woman creates more waves when a show that depicts senseless acts of violence? Alias for example. Poeple are shot, beaten, tortured, and killed in each episode. But a lil' T & A gets up tight biatches all in a tizzy!

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