James Taranto in "Best of the Web" reports on a Tampa Tribune article about a rally to revive the ERA. The funny part was this:
Dozens of veterans of the women's equal rights movement, state lawmakers and relative newcomers to the cause gathered at the [Florida] state Capital [in Tallahassee] to renew the call for ratification of the 24-word statement. In unison, many repeated the text from memory: "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex."
OK, this may not seem funny yet. To understand it, you have to picture the building in front of which they chose to hold their rally. Picture hundreds of women rallying for women's rights, then picture that occurring in front of this building. LOL.
By the way, I am not a Constitutional scholar, but can anyone tell me what women can't do now that they could do if the ERA were passed?