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Chris Dodd Continues to Crash America

One of the proud Democrats who helped inflate and crash the housing bubble while getting special favor from his filthy friend Angelo Mozilo (Friends of Angelo) has retired from office and is using his influence with other proud Democrats to continue his assault on the American citizenry. Introducing MPAA chairman Chris Dodd and his new legislation:

The bills essentially call for censorship of online speech in such a way, and with so little recourse for those accused of "infringing" on intellectual property rights, that the bills will likely not survive the scrutiny of the courts even if they do survive in Congress. But if Congress does pass these laws, it will be a testament to the enormous power and influence of two Democratic special interest groups—the Hollywood lobby, comprised of the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America, and the trial lawyers. [Read]

Though he is getting paid handsomely for his effort to use his influence to harm the citizenry, let us hope the citizenry gets wind of this before it passes. Google is putting up a fight. And, yes, these are his words:

"When the Chinese told Google that they had to block sites or they couldn't do [business] in their country, they managed to figure out how to block sites."

Chris Dodd, helping run American like a for-profit company for politicians and influence peddlers. Though he is a mouthpiece for the cause, lest one thinks Republicans are not in on the action, look at the bill's sponsors: Sponsors

And so many 'artists' consider themselves Democrats...if only they could read and reason.

Freedom, I dare say, is no longer a viable option.


posted at 00:41:02 on 12/13/11 by clearpolitics - Category: Freedom - [Permalink]

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