17 February 2008

Glenn Grothman: taking the tough stand on vulgar license plates.

Friends and relations,

This just in, from Kevin Fischer's This Just In, Quotes of the Week.

"I ... don't think the state should be participating in putting something out there that you wouldn't want your average fourth-grader to read."
State Senator Glenn Grothman (R-West Bend) on the state banning certain vanity license plates.

Here's one I saw in California around 1976, but haven't seen in Wisconsin yet:


I wonder whether it'd go through?

TAXCUTR got past the censors and, given the context, it's infinitely more offensive.

I don't want fourth-graders thinking that TAXCUTR is a good thing when it represents a continuing assault on their ability to become fifth-graders.


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