A new nudity law has passed the Senate of the United States, that is now headed for the House for review.
Senators John Edwards and Larry Craig have co-sponsored the bill as many of the Senators look to these two for nudity leadership, especially after the death last year of Massachusetts Senator Kennedy.
According to the Craig/Edwards Bill, no one would be able to pose naked in a magazine or in a movie "UNTIL" they have accomplished something important or meaningful to mankind.
In other words, you can no longer become famous just for going naked or sleeping with those that are already famous.
The Bill clearly states that you must first earn that place in the centerfold by first, say, spending two years in the Peace Core or discovering a cure for something considered by most Americans as "bad".
Of course, not all agreed with the majority and they invited outsiders to come in and speak before the final vote.
For instance, Sarah Palin who would already be "grandfathered in" and can show her whatever to whomever, did not agree.
"My objection", stated the former Governor of Alaska, "is that many times viewing a nude body has helped those suffering from Erectile Dysfunction."
"However, she was overruled, with Senator John Edwards objecting vigorously.
"Nudity should be an award for more humanitarian service. Nudity belongs in the home between a husband and wife."
"Agreed", stated Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky who tooked the opportunity to 'reach across the aisle'.
"Why, the President himself has won the Nobel Peace Prize and can therefore continue to show his ass as he's been doing for nearly a year now."