I’ve read something like this on Daily Dish a few times over the past few weeks…could it possibly be true?
Now, O’Donnell is not proposing to criminalize wanking – but not because, in an ideal world, it shouldn’t be illegal. She, like Robbie George, chief theocon, only opposes criminalization of wanking because it would be absurdly impractical and unenforceable. They have only a prudential and not a principled opposition to criminalizing masturbation in modern America. So they rely on those things they can practically enforce, like preventing any public acknowledgment of same-sex marriage, or, not so long ago, arresting gay couples for private acts in their own bedrooms.
Is there any evidence that Robert George and O’Donnell have thought about (but ultimately rejected) enforcing anti-wanking laws? I only sort of know who Robert George is, so I am not an expert on this.
How do the Reasonoids feel about all of this?