If Indiana Congressman, Steve Buyer, gets his way — sex could be the next thing to get taxed. Apparently during discussions for the new health care bill, Buyer suggested a sin tax by way of higher health care premiums for those who engage in risky behavior, including unprotected sex. (I don’t believe he included risky behaviors such as skydiving, martial arts, or your Harley ride to Sturgis next weekend). Now let’s just suppose you agree with the congressman. How are we going to monitor and enforce it? How will we know the difference between a broken condom and no condom at all? Would it include oral sex or only intercourse? By the way, would we make that retroactive to President Clinton’s tryst with Monica, and if so, would the insurance premiums increase for both partners equally, or would there be different rates based on income? Forget nanny cams, if this bill passes I am going into the business of condom cams!