[GeoStL] Re: Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a bad idea)

  • From: Laura Williams <pi.arent.square@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 14:07:33 -0600

McCaskill is equally guilty. She supported and cosponsored COICA, which was
a precursor to PIPA/SOPA. I've teased my brother for years on his political
beliefs and his unwavering support of Ron Paul, but I'm starting to see the
appeal here. At least the guy is consistently for Constitutional Rights for
the people.

On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 1:59 PM, Charles Leverett <charlieleverett@xxxxxxxxx
> wrote:

> After all the websites blacked out yesterday the Columbia Missourian
> reported Blunt pulled his support of the bill. This doesn't suddenly make
> Blunt a good person, but it does show how we effect the political process,
> even if it goes against what Hollywood (or insert other powerful
> organization here) wants.
> On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 1:55 PM, Tom Wolpert <tom_wolpert@xxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>> You will be amused (and appalled) by the replies you receive.  I have one
>> of each.  Senator Blunt, who is a co-sponsor of the bill in the Senate,
>> basically ignored my opposition.  He used the reply to tell me HIS position
>> on the matter, while implying that everybody should agree with
>> him.  Congressman Akin, who opposes the bill in House, basically used the
>> reply to congratulate me for agreeing with him.  Both of them cited
>> concerns for the exact same things (innovation, competitiveness, etc.) in
>> support of their opposite positions...  Double-think lives! Orwell would be
>> appalled.
>> Senator McCaskill has yet to weigh in, but I expect a similarly
>> non-responsive reply.
>> Tom
>>  ------------------------------
>> *From:* Susan Ring <susanmring@xxxxxxx>
>> *To:* geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> *Sent:* Thu, January 19, 2012 1:00:45 PM
>> *Subject:* [GeoStL] Re: Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a
>> bad idea)
>> -
>> Don't have time to read all the replies so far, but I've already written
>> to both my rep and senator.
>> I'll check back later to read discussion.
> --
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> bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce
> bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning
> My Software never has bugs. It just develops random features.

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