Liberal Congressman agrees with Supreme Court: Sex is too dirty for TV

When it comes to the battle over what constitutes obscenity on television, it has been a difficult couple of weeks for broadcast media in America.

On May 4, the US Supreme Court remanded an obscenity case back to a lower court, essentially ruling that the FCC's $550,000 fine for Janet Jackson's 9/16th's of a second of exposed nipple at the 2004 Super Bowl was not "arbitrary and capricious."

In so doing, the high court also supported its ruling of the prior week, which argued that television stations could be cited for "fleeting expletives" uttered at live events.