- Apr 5, 2010
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The property isn't being absorbed, it's being regulated.The part of the constitution allows you to absorb private property into common ownership?What part of the constitution?Your can’t claim Facebook is a commons. Not without overriding the constitution.Actually most regulation by progressives is attempts to ban or destroy, not regulate.We accept regulation that attempts to regulate.We accept regulation that attempts to regulate, and lies within constitutional limits.Ah, so conservatives love regulation when it comes to protecting their buddies but hate regulation when it comes to protecting minorities and people they despise.The government's role has always been regulation and resolution of disputes.
If twitter and facebook claim to be open platforms then they should be held to that claim.
Try to be less transparent asshole.
A contracted wedding cake is not a public accommodation.
Some real wisdom there.
Shit posting on Twitter is not a public accommodation.
Never claimed it was a PA, claim that it's a new digital commons.
Sorry if these new-fangled ideas go over your pint sized head.
Thanks for your “new think”.
It's must be sad being an analog man in a digital age.
You’re a parasite to the digital age. Contribute nothing but making it a cesspool. Why do you have to ruin everything you touch?