Carpenter v. United States

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Re: Carpenter v. United States

Postby Mike Tomlin » Thu Dec 14, 2017 7:28 pm

The GOP owns this now.
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Re: Carpenter v. United States

Postby hawksfan » Thu Dec 14, 2017 8:24 pm

There was never a problem to begin with...

An unconstitutionally enacted, (& the 1st attempt in '10 was b**ch slapped down by SCOTUS 9-0), regulation from '15, based on a utility law from 1934, does not become the irreplaceable firewall against corporate excess in barely 24 months...

The GOP "owns" the American internet?...um, ok...
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Re: Carpenter v. United States

Postby Mike Tomlin » Fri Dec 15, 2017 6:21 am

hawksfan wrote:There was never a problem to begin with...

An unconstitutionally enacted, (& the 1st attempt in '10 was b**ch slapped down by SCOTUS 9-0), regulation from '15, based on a utility law from 1934, does not become the irreplaceable firewall against corporate excess in barely 24 months...

The GOP "owns" the American internet?...um, ok...


A handful of major corporations will own the internet, the GOP will be responsible for the results.
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Re: Carpenter v. United States

Postby hawksfan » Fri Dec 15, 2017 8:27 am

Mike Tomlin wrote:
hawksfan wrote:There was never a problem to begin with...

An unconstitutionally enacted, (& the 1st attempt in '10 was b**ch slapped down by SCOTUS 9-0), regulation from '15, based on a utility law from 1934, does not become the irreplaceable firewall against corporate excess in barely 24 months...

The GOP "owns" the American internet?...um, ok...


A handful of major corporations will own the internet, the GOP will be responsible for the results.


Google yesterday, Google today, Google tomorrow...

Was there an issue prior to 24 short months ago? What "results" did the FCC's heavy boot of regulation ensure? Prevent?

I love the breathless reporting about this or that blue state AG suing....suing for what? "Um, Mr. Honorable Judge sir, we demand with righteous indignation to be "protected" via government intervention without consent or even conferral from Congress...!"

The same breathless reporting about this or that blue state Congressman proposing legislation to implement some form of the aforementioned FCC overreach. Well ok then, now we're getting somewhere. Present the legislation, sell its benefits, muster the votes, get it passed etc etc. Constitutional order, thats the ticket, not unelected, unaccountable, bureaucrats dictating from on high...

Just released yesterday...since 20 Jan the DJT Administration has purged 22 federal regulations for every 1 its imposed...that is a beautiful thing, keep going! Purge baby purge...

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Re: Carpenter v. United States

Postby mainejeff » Sat Dec 16, 2017 8:32 am

It wouldn't be the worst thing in the world to get all of the #deplorables off the internet.....
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Re: Carpenter v. United States

Postby Mike Tomlin » Sat Dec 16, 2017 12:58 pm

mainejeff wrote:It wouldn't be the worst thing in the world to get all of the #deplorables off the internet.....


Wait until Moore finds out he can't watch the Girl Scout channel on YouTube.
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