Monday, April 26, 2010

Plea to Regulators: More Porn, Less Laws

Reports are coming out that many SEC regulators were surfing alarming amounts of porn on the web over the past few years. After my post arguing that the SEC's case against Goldman is a flimsy publicity stunt, commenter Bart says:
For what it's worth I'd rather have them looking at porn then into my business.The net cost to the taxpayer is less then immoral enforcement policies of any regulatory agency.

I absolutely agree. In fact, I would like to officially propose a bill that would not only allow the SEC and other regulatory agencies the ability to surf porn all day, but would also extend to the entire Congress and the White House. The bill would provide funding for any and all porn sites, pay per view, as well as special viewing rooms to which they may go and lock themselves for extended periods.

Imagine, no more health care bills, no more cap and trade, and no more financial regulations. No more spending increases, tax increases, earmarks, and congressional show trials. No more Barney Frank and Nancy Pelosi!

For just a relatively small monthly fee, we could save trillions! The bill would be effective immediately.

4 comments:

Kelly Valenzuela said...

I'd rather not pay them, fire them all, and let them surf porn all day at home at their own expense. Their jobs should be eliminated.

Doug Reich said...

I agree, but I'm proposing this as a reasonable political settlement:)

HaynesBE said...

The recent laws are the real porn. Talk about obscene!

Harold said...

Best idea I've heard all day.