Daytona Beach wins last appeal of nude dancing rule

's seven-year legal war with the strip clubs is finally over. The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to take up the last remaining challenge against the city's anti-nudity and adult entertainment ... Full Story
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HHB

Apopka, FL

#1 Feb 20, 2008
People are being murdered, and this is what the worry about. Seems a bit miscued.
M Duplicano

Melbourne, FL

#2 Feb 20, 2008
Decency is decency. As a Christian woman, I don't want this indecency in my State. If you don't think it is worth fighting for, you can move to another country. God Bless America!
mohammed speaks

Nomans Land, MA

#4 Feb 20, 2008
M Duplicano wrote:
Decency is decency. As a Christian woman, I don't want this indecency in my State. If you don't think it is worth fighting for, you can move to another country. God Bless America!
First off you don't have the right to decide for the whole state!! second the law is the law and third, I agree ''people getting murdered and this is what they're worried about!''
And if everyone thought like you then this Would be another country!!
upwithnudedancer s

Starke, FL

#5 Feb 20, 2008
Are you kidding me? One of the last bastions of nekkid women finally falls.

Now I may have to actually think about my wife when I have sex with her. Oh well, there goes my sex life.
mohammed speaks

Nomans Land, MA

#6 Feb 20, 2008
cheer up bring a few extra bucks and go for the private lap dance,just don't do what my now divorced buddy did and put it on the credit card!!
thats a no no.... lol hes still paying for that lap dance..every month!!
fstopfitz

United States

#7 Feb 20, 2008
Where do I apply to be the official "measurer"?
CRUSTY

Lake Mary, FL

#8 Feb 20, 2008
The real indecency is the massive amount of tax dollars spent by cities and counties to create, enforce then defend these unecessary ordinances.
Grouchy Conservative

Orlando, FL

#9 Feb 20, 2008
While the detectives are paying for lap dances with tax dollars 15 elderly people were robbed of tens of thousands of dollars by "home improvement/contractors". And the law enforcement system thinks the best way to prevent crime is by banning nudity.
No wonder Monty Python was such a smashing success. Ministry of Silly Walks anyone?
Kevin

Denver, CO

#10 Feb 20, 2008
CRUSTY wrote:
The real indecency is the massive amount of tax dollars spent by cities and counties to create, enforce then defend these unnecessary ordinances.
Amen to that. Let consenting adults be consenting adults behind the closed doors of a club.

I can't stand these uppity jerkoffs who think everyone has to abide by their definition of "decency". Find something more useful to do with your time, you holier-than-thou hypocrites.
Jax

Kissimmee, FL

#11 Feb 20, 2008
M Duplicano wrote:
Decency is decency. As a Christian woman, I don't want this indecency in my State. If you don't think it is worth fighting for, you can move to another country. God Bless America!
Isn't it worth fighting for the right(s) to have the CHOICE to attend these places or not? THAT is America! If you don't like it- don't go in! Seems simple to me!
Unbelievable

Saint Petersburg, FL

#12 Feb 20, 2008
So they pay policemen to go into these bars and check what they are wearing? I wonder where they find these policemen that do not get turned on by scantily clad women?
jables

Ocala, FL

#15 Feb 20, 2008
People love to complain about the darn liberals making everything too "PC" because you can't use racist or sexist words anymore. I for one am much more offended by the super "PC"ness of the radical right trying to limit what consenting adults can do on their free time because it isn't decent enough. This is a travesty and the sort of thing that happens in the middle east, not America.
really concerned citizen

Fabens, TX

#16 Feb 20, 2008
Christ there are enough cops in all these places on or off the clock. Heaven forbid a man see's a woman breast. Then again you have dumb woman who cannot get a real job, so taking off their clothes is an easy ticket to making free money and get a new car.
Christian for Liberty

United States

#17 Feb 20, 2008
I am a Christian, I believe going to strip clubs is a sin, I don't want the government regulating sin...period.

What Christians seem to forget is EVERYONE is a sinner and ALL SINS are equal. They should spend their time trying to save people, not prevent/stop sin. We will NEVER stop sin, all we can do is help people know Jesus Christ and accept the gift he is offering.
Jackie

Augusta, GA

#18 Feb 20, 2008
Where else can i go to even get looked by a beautififul younger woman?

They are just looking at your wallet you pervert-

“I'm worth a million in prizes”

Since: Jul 07

Sanford, FL

#19 Feb 20, 2008
This isn't about Christ, lest we forget separation of Church & State. It's about supporting single women and their choice to slip & slide around on a pole. I'm all for freedom of choice and I say "Let them puppies be free!"
Paul Hooson

United States

#20 Feb 20, 2008
I don't smoke or drink, so I don't frequent bars. However, it is outrageous for a local government to walk all over free expression and the 1st Amendment with such restrictive regulations of bars who are merely offering "centerfold" type entertainment to probably mostly well behaved and problem free audiences of males. Even normally accepted Las Vegas type Casino entertainment would be illegal under such repressive standards as this local government imposes. This is certainly a good example of social retardation among the city leaders in one area who would be hard pressed to come up with any scientific reasons why their repression of local entertainment is so vital to public order. Can anybody say recall from office?
zak

Shreveport, LA

#22 Feb 20, 2008
Now you have to walk to the beach and see more than whats allowed in the bar. The next step will be the for the beachware to be banned. I am glad that their are people looking out for my soul. Now if they pay my bills I would feel better.
mr safety

Orlando, FL

#23 Feb 20, 2008
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooo!!!!!!!!!! Please noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! !!!!!!!!!
sad but true

Orlando, FL

#24 Feb 20, 2008
With so much going wrong - the City wastes tax dollars on this bull shit? No one is forced to enter these clubs - just another take away of 1st ammendment rights! PS: my next wife will be skinny and know how to work a pole just like your daughter!

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