A Wisconsin member of Congress finds one aspect of this weekend's big game to be not so super. Congressman Ron Kind says he's been unhappy with sexually explicit, violent movie ads which have aired during the Super Bowl in recent years, and the La Crosse Democrat wants that changed. He says the five second delay implemented in the wake of the Janet Jackson exposure incident doesn't do any good here. "You can't rely on the FCC to make the right call all the time," says Kind. "This is really a preemptive strike. I'm not asking for censorship, I'm asking for responsibility."
Kind says he expressed his concerns when he had lunch a couple of weeks ago with the head of the Motion Picture Association , Dan Glickman, and he followed up with letters to Glickman and the head of CBS , which airs the Super Bowl on Sunday. Kind says he watches the Super Bowl with his sons, ages four and five, and has been uncomfortable with the graphic violence and sexual content of motion picture ads.