NEO:

This Congress, including the house, is beneath contempt.

Originally posted on PUMABydesign001's Blog:

Congress to the American people, F – U!!!

TECH DIRT

“….Up until this afternoon, the final vote on CISPA was supposed to be tomorrow. Then, abruptly, it was moved up today—and the House voted in favor of its passage with a vote of 248-168. But that’s not even the worst part.

The vote followed the debate on amendments, several of which were passed. Among them was an absolutely terrible change (pdf and embedded below—scroll to amendment #6) to the definition of what the government can do with shared information, put forth by Rep. Quayle. Astonishingly, it was described as limiting the government’s power, even though it in fact expands it by adding more items to the list of acceptable purposes for which shared information can be used. Even more astonishingly, it passed with a near-unanimous vote. The CISPA that was just approved by the House is much worse than the…

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  1. I have begun to think in recent monts that we do not need protection from terrorists nearly as much as we need protection from our overbearing government. The government’s constitutional role is NOT proctect my person from physical harm but to protect my freedoms. If Islamic terrorists’ final goal is to destroy the constitution of the United States, they have found a very willing partner in our government.

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    • I agree, and you state it very well.

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  2. This will hurt blogs like ours I assume….

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    • As written it surely can.

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