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Georgia Lawmaker Moves To Make Vulgar Photoshopping Illegal

Georgia Lawmaker Moves To Make Vulgar Photoshopping Illegal

A state lawmaker in Georgia is so perturbed that someone used Photoshop to put his head on a porn star's body that he now wants any kind of lewd Photoshopping to be banned. "No one has a right to make fun of anyone," he says.

by Chris Matyszczyk | February 13, 2013 | 3:21 PM PST

Sometimes people don't appreciate flattery.

They are so engrossed in their own grossly skewed view of the world that their sense of humor flies into the night like a married lover late home for dinner.

How else can one explain the quite bizarre intentions of Georgia state Rep. Earnest Smith?

He clearly sees a vast importance in being Earnest.

He clearly believes that his constituents are so drawn to his Earnestness that anything that deviates it from absolute Earnestness deserves the full metal force of the law.

Which is why he wants to make lewd, coarse, filthy Photoshopping illegal and punishable with a fine of $1,000.

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ROFL!!! Does this guy have

ROFL!!! Does this guy have ANY idea the can-0-crap he just opnned on himself???

Let the Photoshopping BEGIN!

"Great Men Do Not Seek Power, They Have Great Power Thrust Upon Them"

Yeah, look what happened to Santorum

and he didn't hand them the idea on a platter.

Defend Liberty!

What about my kid

altering a picture of Martians so it looks like they're farting by a campfire? Still ok? He used markers, I swear.

Defend Liberty!


I've never seen a Martian fart..