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Posted by Andrew Roman on January 9, 2010

There are some things in this life that cannot – nay, must not – be allowed, in the name of human decency, to be heard in public. I’m not speaking of profanity or vulgarisms, which is (disgustingly) becoming more and more normalized with each passing year. I’m not talking about something as petrifying as Roseanne Barr singing “We Built This City” over the sound system at new Yankee Stadium. I’m not even referring to handing Yoko Ono a hot microphone within three miles of another human being.

This is something far more disturbing, far more chilling.

Putting aside First Amendment arguments – because this is not a Constitutional issue – I can only beseech the powers-that-be that they never again permit such a thing to be unleashed onto unsuspecting television viewers who may be eating, or innocent channel surfers who unsuspectingly  fall victim to fate’s fickle hand by stumbling upon such an unpleasant moment.

Democrat strategist-extraordinaire James Carville – who genuinely scares my wife – is in favor of full body scans at airports. He is tremendously enthusiastic about it, so much so that he is ready to be scanned this very minute … right down to his unmentionables.

He said so.

On yesterday’s The Tony Kornheiser Show, in the name of national security, Carville offered his crotch.

From The Hill:

…Carville laid out, or unzipped, his vision for airport security. But the consummate talker couldn’t help sharing too much information.

Let me buy a [security] card, then go and measure my penis, and let me get on the airplane,” he said.

Fortunately for travelers, and, one suspects, for T.S.A. agents, the scanners are designed to measure things like radiation and explosive levels — not private parts.


The word “penis” coming out of the mouth of James Carville is a phenomenon that no living human being in any corner of existence should ever, ever, ever, have to endure.


(Another bone-crunching shudder).

Some days, this blogging thing isn’t all sunshine and cupcakes. Some days are definitely tougher than others.

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