Skip to comments.Lawmaker Explains Sending Photo of Genitals to Government Computer
Posted on 03/31/2013 10:15:30 AM PDT by John Semmens
Massachusetts Democratic State Representative John Fresolo complained that people are misinterpreting the rationale behind what I did. What he did was send a digital photo of his penis to a computer at the State House. A legislative aide who saw the photo lodged a complaint with the Ethics Committee.
Fresolo maintained that he was pilot-testing a new element for sexual offender databases. Right now, all we have on sex offenders is facial photographs. In cases where a rapist wears a mask the victim may not be able to identify her assailant. By providing another data point we could close more cases.
Rather than ask someone else to post the first genital photo to the database I bravely exposed myself, Fresolo said. Now, instead of being lauded for putting aside personal modesty in order to promote the public welfare Im being pilloried by my political enemies. Never has a public servant been so unjustly humiliated.
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I wonder if he sent one to Weiner?
John, you probably just gave him his defensive strategy.
Just think of the names for the software that does this!
Yes, I know this is satire.
I once did the same thing to an ex-boss but used my butt instead. I even used the same argument.....I think he's still with the company.
Almost got me John...
Close, very close.
I guess a database of Democrat office holder penis photos would help police identify perverts and sexual harassers. Sort of a “pin the tail on the donkey” system.
which brings to mind the line from the first “Porkies” movie... “ It was a very DISTINCTIVE penis “
Lol, so so Weiner changed his name to John Fresolo. I would change my name too.
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