A proposal to ban the circumcision of male children in San Francisco has been cleared to appear on the November ballot, setting the stage for the nation’s first public vote on what has long been considered a private family matter.
Things are coming to a head though, because sometimes even people in SF don’t like to get the shaft and be jerked around by cocky bureaucrats, so there’s a good chance the effort will peter out and go down:
But even in a city with a long-held reputation for pushing boundaries, the measure is drawing heavy fire. Opponents are lining up against it, saying a ban on a religious rite considered sacred by Jews and Muslims is a blatant violation of constitutional rights.
Let this be a lesson for the Frisco moonbats who never met a regulation or ban they didn’t like. Your government is running out of plastic bags and Happy Meals to ban and now they’ve got nowhere else to set their sights except foreskin traditions.
Who’s going to be the first brave soul to drive through SF with a “when circumcisions are outlawed only outlaws will have circumcisions” bumper sticker on his or her Prius?