Under what circumstances would the American Civil Liberties Union come to the aid of a conservative Republican legislator?
Under what circumstances could someone claim that making an unsolicited pass at a perfect stranger, in a public place, qualified as "private" conduct?
Oh. We're talking about homosexual conduct, so ordinary standards of law and logic don't apply. Never mind.
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Jan. 16, 2008 10:44 AM ET USA
That was what I was thinking! Isn't propositioning a guy while he's "doing his business" a violation of his "constitutional" rights? And what if a guy wants to go to the bathroom without gay porno sound effects emanating from the next stall? Doesn't he have any "constitutional" rights?