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Bill Would Declare Your Blog a Weapon

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  • Sun, Sep 06, 2009 - 03:21am

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    Bill Would Declare Your Blog a Weapon

Bill Would Declare Your Blog a Weapon

 

  • Sun, Sep 06, 2009 - 04:10am

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    Re: Bill Would Declare Your Blog a Weapon

That’s typical.  Whenever something in the 1% bell-curve spindle-ends happens, they make whatever they can most closely associate as the cause illegal.

When that woman in Texas drowned her kids in a bathtub a few years ago, I thought for sure they’d make bathtubs illegal.

Supreme Court will laugh this one out of town, if it passes.

  • Sun, Sep 06, 2009 - 05:01am

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This bill would give TPTB the twisted “justification” to shut down blogs like that of Chris Martenson on the grounds that it is destabalizing to the market. It’s “unpatriotic” and “subversive to government policy.”

  • Sun, Sep 06, 2009 - 12:05pm

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This bill would give TPTB the twisted “justification” to shut down blogs like that of Chris Martenson on the grounds that it is destabalizing to the market. It’s “unpatriotic” and “subversive to government policy.”

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Well . . . this kinda seems like just another tier of trying to control the content, if you know what I mean . . . . . . I’m sure that these folks think of the entire country, or perhaps even the world, as their territory, and the internet as their vehicle, and of folks who inhabit sites like this one as people who just aren’t grateful enough for all the crumbs they’ve let fall from the table.  With a little luck, they’ll be gracious enough to allow us to think about these things, and maybe even whisper about them, as long as we keep it down, limit ourselves to a bit of personal greed and don’t say anything that might cause anyone to feel a sense of conviction . .  .

 

 

  • Sun, Sep 06, 2009 - 12:25pm

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Its been a while since I read 1984 in school, but maybe I should dig it out again and refresh my memory….Smile

Kneale’s attack on blogers on CNBC was quite telling of the MSM general attitude.  Question is, what will be next?  Restrictions on school debating societies??

  • Mon, Sep 07, 2009 - 08:46am

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Its been a while since I read 1984 in school, but maybe I should dig it out again and refresh my memory….Smile

Kneale’s attack on blogers on CNBC was quite telling of the MSM general attitude.  Question is, what will be next?  Restrictions on school debating societies??

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Night and Fog.

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