Should Oral Sex be a Crime?

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    This liberal propaganda is a blatant lie.  The Virginia Attorney General was prosecuting a sexual predator. The law cannot be used against consenting adults. Repeat: the law cannot be used aginst consenting adults, only against child predators.

    The AG is appealing to the US Supreme Court.

    But , hey , it is a political campaign, so the Dems flat out lie .

    From the same website:

    • William Scott MacDonald was 47 when he was convicted of soliciting oral sex from a minor girl. This was a repeat offense.
    • The Fourth Circuit’s 2-1 decision effectively struck down the law that was used to prosecute him – Virginia’s anti-sodomy law. The dissenting judge is an appointee of President Obama, and he agreed that the law should not be struck down.
    • This case is about using current law to protect a minor girl from a 47 year-old repeat sexual predator. The law is only applied to sodomy committed against minors, against non-consenting adults, or in public. In fact, contrary to misinformation peddled by Terry McAuliffe and his liberal allies against the defenders of this law, the law is not – and cannot be – used against consenting adults acting in private.
     
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    If it does ... I moving to France

     

     
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    “My view is that homosexual acts, not homosexuality, but homosexual acts are wrong. They’re intrinsically wrong,”

    My view is that he's kind of an idiot.

     

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    In response to ms-obstinate99's comment:

    Good grief Andie..... this is weak. We aren't on the same side of the political fence, but I know you could have found something better to talk about.

    We all know this is would never pass.



    An even if it did pass...how does it get enforced? This would be one of those laws that doesn't get enforced since there's no way it could unless for those few and far between instances where people get caught having outdoor sex. And even then how many times do people get caught by law enforcement? 

    Case in point. Here are some MA sex laws that are on the books. How many people do you know getting arrested for anal sex or fornication???

    Sodomy

    MGL c.272, s. 35. Unnatural and lascivious acts.

    Whoever commits any unnatural and lascivious act with another person shall be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars or by imprisonment in the state prison for not more than five years or in jail or the house of correction for not more than two and one half years.

    Fornication

    MGL c.272, s. 18. Fornication.

    Whoever commits fornication shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than three months or by a fine of not more than thirty dollars.

     

     

     
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    "Sorry. But this state has gone bananas with its intrusion into the private lives of its citizens.

    VA is the home of the trans-vaginal ultra sound less we forget."

     

    Dont swallow the progressive talking points, it is sad how many get their news from Jon Stewart and Comedy Central. Fact: Virginia does not have a trans-vaginal ultrasound requirement. Like many other states, it requires an external ultrasound before an abortion for health reasons and to determine the viability of the fetus. When the bill was proposed, it was Gov McDonnell who helped amend it to malke the ultrasound an external one...

    Virginia hasnt intruded into the private lives of its citizens, look to Washington DC for that issue. 

     
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    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

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     the law cannot be used aginst consenting adults, only against child predators.

     



    That is precisely why people find it suspicious. There are already laws on the books covering everything from molestation to rape of a minor.

     

    If the sole purpose of the law is to target child predators, it is entirely redundant.

     

     

    If it is used to target adult's it is unconstitutional per Lawrence v. Texas. The trouble is that if an adult were targetted, it might take years for their conviction to be overturned and/or the law shot down on that basis.

    You can't be this dense, can you?

    Legal time lag is precisely why Republicans who hate the Supreme Court's constitutional authority (when it isn't calling corporations people, that is) keep passing anti-abortion laws that plainly violate Roe in state legislatures.

    As long as they can get away with a few constitutional violations, they're happy.

     

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    I agree, but the otherside did enjoy the ACA shuffle last summer.

     
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    Of the 90 sex offenders prosecuted since 2003 using the anti-sodomy law, 38 (42 percent) were prosecuted by Democratic attorneys. So, this law has been used in a bi-partisan manner.

    In the case that brought national attention to the issue, Cuccinelli is attempting to convict a 47-year-old pedophile for soliciting a 17-year-old girl.

    As Cuccinelli spokesperson Caroline Gibson says, "This case is not about sexual orientation, but using current law to protect a 17 year-old girl from a 47 year-old sexual predator."

     
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    In response to andiejen's comment:

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     a 47 year old raoes my 17 year old, I'll testify in his defence, and get him off.

     

    That way, I can surgically peel back is skin and cover him with a solution of rock salt and rubbing alcohol and pi55 on him while he writhes to death.

    Any questions?

     



    Nope.

     

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    Thanks!  Seems if yo reply, I don't get removed.  Moo hoo ha ha ha

     

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