PHOENIX — Incensed by the sale of anti-war T-shirts and other paraphernalia emblazoned with the names and pictures of America's military dead, some states are outlawing the commercial use of the fallen without the permission of their families. Full article is here:http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,273360,00.html My knee jerk reaction is to support something like this simply out of respect for the dead, and the fact that myself being a veteran of Iraq, I wouldn't want some liberal pansy using my name to further a cause I do not support. But, I see this having far reaching implications down the road in the form of unintended consequences. I know we aren't supposed to talk politics here, but I think that this impacts us directly as photographers, and should be discussed. I don't expect there to be any real consensus, but we should be aware of what is going on. "Just because you have no interest in politics, does not mean politics is not interested in you."