A Democratic lawmaker wants to ban Viagra ads during the day — from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Jim Moran (D-Va.) noted

You can hardly watch primetime television or a major sporting event with your family without ads warning of the dangers of a ‘four-hour experience’ airing every 10 minutes….They just push the envelope too far….There’s just too much sexual innuendo.

I can’t believe I’m going to agree with this guy — but I agree with this guy. I watch a lot of sports with my 8-year-old son and these ads are incessant. I really don’t feel like having to explain what that older married couple are going to go do in that pool-side cabana. While we’re at it, perhaps we could do something about the relentless tide of sexual-themed advertising that airs during sporting events.

If you want to read the libertarian argument against the ban, just click on the link above. My thinking is that we’re all comfortable drawing a line regarding what’s on over-the-air TV — nobody would advocate allowing the broadcast of hard-core pornography at 3 p.m. So, the rest of the debate is just figuring where we draw the line.

Do we draw the line at what you find acceptable? Or at what I find acceptable?