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A petition to investigate alleged bribery of politicians by the Motion Picture Association of America was created Saturday at the activist website "We the People" by a Texas man.
The petition, which has garnered nearly 7000 signatures in the first day after it was posted January 21, calls on the Obama Administration to investigate MPAA CEO Chris Dodd, a former U.S. senator, and his organization for remarks he made on a cable news network.
According to "Michael L," the creator of the petition, Dodd's remarks on Fox News were "open admission of bribery and a threat designed to provok
Originally posted by Ex_CT2
reply to post by crystalbeing
What do I think? I think I'd like to see some jail time for some of these crooks. But I've been to the White House petition site before, and since NDAA I don't feel very comfortable giving out my particulars. For all I know they could be using it to identify malcontents. Who else but malcontents and potential "terrorists" would have a complaint about being beaten down and enslaved by their rightful masters?
the only this you have to fear "is" fear itself