Wednesday, November 7, 2012
California's Prop 35 will turn consenting adults into sex offenders, then force them to register internet passwords
Californians voted in favor of Prop 35, a silly bill that is intended to punish "sex traffickers." Problem is, by sex traffickers, we generally mean consensual adults engaging in sexual activity in exchange for financial compensation. In other words, prostitution. So those busted in prostitution will be forced to register as sex offenders. Then they'll be forced to turn over their internet names as well, violating anonymous free speech provisions.
California rejected Prop 34, which would have saved taxpayers millions by commuting death penalty offenders to life w/o parole, yet they pass Prop 35, spending millions to turn consenting adults into dangerous "sex traffickers." And dumb Californians wonder why they are billions in debt.
Here is a site that explains why Prop 35 is such a bad idea: http://againstthecaseact.com/