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(Tech Dirt)   Look, I'm sure there's a perfectly reasonable explanation as to why Rep Mike Rogers, the primary driver for CISPA, neglected to mention the big payday his wife's former cybersecurity defense contracting company stands to receive if the Bill passes   (techdirt.com) divider line 4
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2013-04-18 10:25:58 PM  
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fusillade762: CONFLICT OF INTEREST IS FOR POOR PEOPLE!


So is insider trading.
2013-04-18 10:13:17 PM  
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LouDobbsAwaaaay: Blue_Blazer: ...And Obama has vowed to veto. The odds of the Senate passing this with a veto-proof majority have to be pretty slim, right?

An Obama threat is about as threatening as a kitten armed with a pillow.


Funny.

And yet people seem so skerred of his drones.
2013-04-18 10:06:30 PM  
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Uglybarnacle: So lemme get this straight. Gun background check bill fails and invasive Internet bill passes? They should cross check those who voted down the gun bill and voted yay for CISPA to determine which are corrupt beyond belief


That's easy, the answer is.... all of them.
2013-04-18 08:42:05 PM  
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TheWarp: Not surprised. Not one bit.


Politicians only work when they stand to make money from it, or political capitol they can use to get re-elected / elected to a higher office.

/Our only hope is Trillionare humanitarians.
//We are so farked.
 
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