Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has signed off on an order to remove the blue drapes John Ashcroft had ordered to cover two “scantily-clad” statues at the Justice Department.
In the past, snagging a photo of the attorney general in front of the statues has been somewhat of a sport for photographers.
When former Attorney General Edwin Meese released a report on pornography in the 1980s, photographers dived to the floor to capture the image of him raising the report in the air, with the partially nude female statue behind him.
This is pretty hilarious. It’s funny just how far some people go with their desire to remove sexuality from everyday life.
We should all go to the Asuka Onda Festival.