Free Speech’s Mortal Enemy


Sep 23, 2010
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The public now knows the worst horrors were hidden inside the Affordable Care Act. I’ll wager that you will find an attack on Internet freedom of speech buried deep inside Taqiyya the Liar’s plan. Exactly like —— we have to pass it to find out what is in it:

In a statement released Friday, Pai lamented the fact that the 332-page plan, which he tweeted a picture of himself holding next to a picture of Obama, won’t be released to the public until after the commission votes on its implementation later this month.


Here is President Obama’s 332-page plan to regulate the Internet. I wish the public could see what’s inside.
Ajit Pai
February 6, 2015​

Republican FCC Commissioner Slams ‘Obama’s 332-Page Plan To Regulate The Internet’
1:57 PM 02/06/2015
Giuseppe Macri

Repub. FCC Commish Slams Obama s Plan To Regulate Internet The Daily Caller

Let’s be clear about the changes the FCC will make without benefit of legislation. The government, most especially television, want no part of Internet freedom of speech. In short: On the day freedom of speech on the Internet was born it became freedom of the press’ mortal enemy.

For anyone who is interested in the topic, here is a thread that challenged important aspects, and the true reasons, behind the government giving away control of the Internet:

Finally, at least the FCC could screw us with a song:

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