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(Patexia)   The Republican platform has gained the support of the MPAA because of its tough stance on net neutrality   (patexia.com) divider line 7
    More: Interesting, MPAA, Republican, White Anglo-Saxon Protestant, internet freedom, big data, private data, Republican platform, Chris Dodd  
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2012-09-01 11:56:47 PM
4 votes:
A vote for Republicans is a vote against free porn.

Now everyone go out and vote for your personal interests, not for slogans, buzzwords, or forwarded emails. Remember, the booth is private. You can even lie to your friends and family about who you voted for.

/if everyone did that, the current Republicans would lose 75% of their votes and either be laughed or pitied into the history books
2012-09-01 11:59:43 PM
2 votes:
In other news, Chris Dodd is a whore who will say anything that the people who sign his paychecks tell him to say.

/Sen, I am disappoint.
2012-09-01 06:42:33 PM
2 votes:
You mean "hatred of freedom".
2012-09-02 09:49:48 AM
1 votes:
The repubs are against regulation of business but for regulation of the individual. Sort of sickening really.
2012-09-02 12:04:24 AM
1 votes:
Okay, Farkers:

I had a Blue Dog Dem in the pocket of telecom industries, vehemently against net neutrality.

Now I have a Republican who has taken up the mantle of the Tea Party, but has consistently voted against SOPA, CISPA, etc. because that actually vibes with his stated philosophy and folks publicly called him out on it. He rose to the occasion there as much as I hate his other stances.

So now it's time to vote. Do I go for replacing Tea Party guy who is likely to vote down net neutrality legislation, but has a proven voting record with also being against SOPA and its followups, or do I vote for his replacement who is likely to be anti net neutrality *and* pro whatever-the-next-SOPA is?
2012-09-01 06:58:27 PM
1 votes:
Just one more reason (among many) for me not to vote R.
2012-09-01 06:36:46 PM
1 votes:
Well of course!
 
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