Another Reason “No” On Measure B Failed – Diane Duke Talks with Forked Tongue; The Fidel Castro of Porn

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It behooves Diane Duke to scare the heebie-jeebies out of you. That’s how she holds on to her $150,000 a year job, by convincing you that you need to write checks to the Free Speech Coalition in all kinds of dire circumstances.

As a leader of the free porn world, Duke, in essence, is no different than Fidel Castro. She wants to keep you isolated on her own little island of ignorance. All you have to do is read what Duke says in the mainstream press to come to the conclusion that she makes no sense. In fact, I’d pay to see someone like a Chris Matthews grill Duke hardball-style just to see her clangy calves quake.

In her latest act of outlandishness, Duke sent a letter Wednesday to the LA County Board of Supervisors saying that Free Speech will challenge the condom law in court.

For one thing, there is no law at least in the sense that it has to be ratified city by city within LA County. Which means you could potentially shoot condom free in say 35 cities while in 50 others you jimmy up. But that’s a long ways down the road. A long ways. In the meantime Duke will play the booga-booga card for at least the next two years which is the extension of her contract.

Duke also told Reuters that the law is “unconstitutional on the grounds of forced expression, but also falls within the jurisdiction of the state of California rather than local government.” Duke has asked the LA County Supervisors to “suspend the implementation of the law “until the courts have rendered their decision on the aforementioned issues.”

Again, what law?

But if you read further down that story, Duke tells Reuters the adult filmmakers have been approached to move elsewhere, adding: “In the upcoming weeks and months, we will provide a roadmap for adult production to move its over a billion dollar industry and its accompanying 10,000 jobs to these welcoming communities.”

Just a simple thought. Why is Duke even bothering with court challenges and the money it would require when she’s conceding that the industry will move out of state?

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