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Has Porn Been Seen in Government?

Watching porn on a government computer!  How awful!

What if a deputy assistant attorney general, or another government official, had checked their Facebook or Twitter accounts or played Candy Crush instead? Playing on company time? How horrid!

Porn and Baseball

For that matter, what if they had watched baseball instead?

Porn is rapidly taking on the sort of moral equivalence of baseball: exciting for some, boring for many, and just about as outrageous as apple pie.  Porn is now in every issue of CosmopolitanStormy Daniels is now all over the front page. She is a hero for many young women as an example of success rightly earned through pluck and stick-to-it-iveness.

Only in the Federal civil service (and in the rural South) is porn still seen as something awful.  Any bureaucrat who answers to Congress will be wary of the grandstanding and sanctimoniousness of the political class — hacks with conservative backgrounds who just can’t wait to denounce civil servants as morally degenerate (the “deep state”).  “Looking at porn during working hours!”

Porn is everywhere, so why was someone fired over watching it? Why is America wasting its energy over porn?

Moral Preening at Porn

This moral preening is the inheritance of small-minded, small-town America.  And looking at porn is second scarcely to smuggling Mexicans across the border.

How much longer, oh America, how much longer. . . ?

 

 

 

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