Can porn tax help build the Wall?

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Put this is the “possibly good idea but it will never happen” file:

Here’s a genius idea from the state of Arizona for how to end our nation’s border standoff and free the 800,000 federal hostages who are wondering how to pay next month’s rent.

Just tax porn.

No, really.

Republican state Rep. Gail Griffin, R-Hereford, wants to charge you $20 to look at pornography on the internet.

House Bill 2444 would require companies that make or sell electronic devices in Arizona to install software that blocks porn.

To remove the block, all you’d have to do is prove you are 18 and plunk down $20, payable to the Arizona Commerce Authority.

The money would go into a newly created account called the John McCain Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Fund, with the proceeds to be used for one of 10 things.

No. 1 on that list: “Build a border wall between Mexico and this state or fund border security.”

Twenty dollars might be a bit steep but the heart is in the right place. Of course the slogans just write themselves:

“Help Us Erect The Wall”

“You’re Just Another Prick in the Wall”

“Wank 4 Wall”

“Mexican Porn, Si – Mexican People, No”

“If You Cum, He Will Build It”

“The Wall – Give Us a Hand”

But just in case Rep Griffin can pull it off (no pun intended), you know what you need to do, patriots.

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