Georgia State Representative Earnest Smith has a problem: he doesn't take too kindly to images with his head Photoshopped onto the bodies of male porn stars, and he's introduced a bill to ban the practice. "Everyone has a right to privacy," he told Fox News. "No one has a right to make fun of anyone. It's not a First Amendment right." Rep. Smith's bill would impose up to a $1,000 fine, one year in prison, or both on anyone that "intentionally causes an unknowing person wrongfully to be identified as the person in an obscene depiction." This specifically includes "the electronic imposing of the facial image of a person onto an obscene depiction."

"No one has a right to make fun of anyone. It's not a First Amendment right."

That's designed to target the likes of Georgia Politics Unfiltered blogger Andre Walker, who has created images depicting Rep. Smith in indecent situations. "I cannot believe Rep. Earnest Smith thinks I'm insulting him by putting his head on the body of a well-built porn star," said Walker, adding "The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States protects all forms of speech, not just spoken word." Different interpretations of Constitutional law aside, the one thing Rep. Smith's bill guarantees is extra attention for the images he wants to ban.