Montana already has enough casinos, breweries and churches. The last thing we need is more pornography? So, Montana legislatures are trying to limit the amount of porn that is available through service providers.  That's right, Montana is trying to pass a bill that would have internet providers block hardcore pornography sites from being accessed. But, they may have gone at it a little too quickly and blew the whole thing...Insert "that's what she said" pun here. In fact, this report has a bunch of "that's what she said" moments.

Take the following quote from a house Republican. After rushing to get the bill up for a vote. The panel forgot to allow any Democrats on the panel. They had to reconvene earlier this week, and the bill was killed.

According to KPAX

“I got frustrated and rammed it through, and that’s not right,” said Rep. Derek Skees, R-Kalispell. “I should not have done that.

I mean C'mon Representative Skees? Even internet porn has a little foreplay involved. They don't always rush to the good stuff. There has to be somewhat of a dialogue between the lonely housewife and the pizza delivery man. If anything, Representative Skees needs to pay attention to more pornography. Might learn a thing or two.

Okay, enough of that! In all honesty I can see what they are trying to do. The bill was to make internet providers like Spectrum, AT&T and Verizon block hardcore porn from being accessed. While allowing users to "opt-in" if they wanted it unblocked. Plus, no one under 18 could "opt-in." Essentially making it so that young kids cannot view hardcore porn. It makes sense. But, as those who voted against it believe, it could cause bigger problems for internet service providers.

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