posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 02:43 PM
Take this CISPA plus the new "killshot" Windows PC computers being made as of now, and you have the "long arm of the law" reaching through the
Interwebs, into your computer, and basically typing your forum replies for you, deleting things it does not agree with, and possibly even breaking
your computer from a distance. This edits free speech online, using the computer as a medium. They don't necessarily keep you from speaking, but
they keep your computer from working for you.
The only time I would accept this is if the voting public could get into their leaders' offices, rifle around the file cabinets, sit in the chair and
spin it around, thumb through the agenda, go through all the drawers and read all the memos, take a few bucks from the petty cash box, put their feet
up on the desk, order a pizza with all the trimmings over the phone, charge it on the company account, make a few 900 calls, charge it on the company
account, spill coffee on the rug, accidentally break the antique vase on the shelf, and sexually harass their personal assistants.
That is what the government is trying to do to the public without the public's knowledge. We should reciprocate that freedom with every "yea"
sayer that makes this bill happen. My computer is something like my office. It's trespassing. Government troll bill needs the nay.