Today, many broadcast stations covered the comments that President Bush made to British Prime Minister Tony Blair at the G-8 Summit.  While discussing the Middle East before a microphone that the President did not realize was live, he used the "S Word" in discussing the problems in that part of the world.  As the FCC recently declared the "S Word" to be one of those words that will subject a broadcast station to a fine except in very rare circumstances where the context and importance of the broadcast demands its use (like Saving Private Ryan, but not a PBS documentary on the blues), will the President have presented the FCC with the first case where it can impose the new $325,000 fines for indecency that he himself signed into law less than a month ago?  Perhaps it’s a one-man government revenue enhancement plan!  Stay tuned for what might be a very interesting case.