I can't help but wonder WHAT the American people (and the Christian Right) will think is worse come November 7th, Janet Jackson's quick partial boob shot, or the fear posed by Cong. Mark Foley preying on the best of the best teenage boys? It's been two years since Jackson's wardrobe malfunction and brief boob glimpse changed American television and media. FCC fines have increased by up to 100 fold, and the Republicans used that single to broaden their sex-fear initiatives that will leave their mark for years to come. So - in contrast to the revellation of Foley's actions against an undisclosed number of teen boys (that the House leadership acted to quash), how harmful to America was Jackson's boob-flash? I say that if you allow leaders in Washington to put visiting children's safety and mental health in jeopardy, photos of boobs and asses don't even come close. Not even in the same ball park!