A feministy commercial for a toy line that encourages young girls to play like engineers, and not princesses, may have to come down.
After a protest against the Russian government composed entirely of plush toys and figurines captured the attention of the press and local authorities in Barnaul, Russia, last month, government officials have gone so far as to specify that inanimate playthings can't assemble for public political gatherings.
The "Real Time" host takes on Mother Teresa's doubts, Obama's "blackness" and the high cost of low morals in our bargain-crazed culture: "Let's have a war and cut taxes, what could go wrong? Let's give mortgages to the homeless. Sounds like a plan! Let's buy toys from a communist police state, you just know they'll put in a little extra love."
The S bill doesn't look likely to pass, but the scary thing is that such products are already illegal in several Southern states Apparently in Texas, if you market a toy as a novelty, it's legal But if you demonstrate its use in sexual activity--it's illegal Put that in your Constitution and smoke it .