Now that he lost the election, he can do what his heart really wants to do.
Florida governor Charlie Crist is reportedly considering a posthumous pardon for The Doors singer Jim Morrison. Morrison was convicted of indecent exposure and profanity after a March 1, 1969 concert in Miami during which he allegedly exposed himself while drunk.
”Allegedly”? Didn't know that was in dispute. But why pardon him? Sure, no one would be convicted of profanity anymore; times have changed. You can expect campaigns to kick off with that "F*#@ You" song in a few years. But it's still not acceptable to deploy your apparatus on stage.
It's not like the conviction has kept Morrison from voting or owning a gun, you know.