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Are. You. Stupid. This is, without out a doubt, one of the most idiotic, downright moronic pieces I've ever read on Townhall - it's like every time you hit rock bottom someone hands you a shovel. First, Net Neutrality is not "Obamacare" for the internet. It's nothing like Obamacare. Its a stupid, ignorant comparison to make. Second, its funny that Mike Lee brings up Facebook, Google, Twitter, Amazon and Uber; or *all companies that fully support net neutrality*. In fact, the only people who *dont* support net neutrality are....ISPs like Comcast and Time Warner. Now, since both are universally regarded as terrible companies that actively hinder the expansion of broadband (some further reading https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20140812/11273928190/why-internet-access-monopolies-harm-innovation.shtml ) its about time a regulatory agency decided to do something to actually help consumers by fostering a competitive environment. Incredibly disappointed in the GOP for knee jerking against a government agency actually doing something good for citizens, but, I suppose they're more concerned with the corporations that pay them.
Also, I love that "Without getting into the weeds, in principle, I have little problem with government regulation of certain things." But Obama for reasonable legislation of a utility? Then you are automatically against it!
Then you are idiot. I suggest the President come out in favor of oxygen and save the world a bunch of trouble.
You are an idiot. Net Neutrality is the exact opposite of control of the internet, or did you not read the article?
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Barack Obama's Mere Christianity

ZealousConscript Wrote: Nov 08, 2014 3:16 PM
Does the president's religion matter? No. So the original questions was pointless. Who cares what supreme deity the President worships or how?
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LGBT Strikes Again: Comply or Die

ZealousConscript Wrote: Oct 13, 2014 11:41 PM
100% correct.
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LGBT Strikes Again: Comply or Die

ZealousConscript Wrote: Oct 13, 2014 11:38 PM
Who cares? I mean there's probably no genetic relation between my genes and the fact that I dig redheads, and no one seems to have problem with that. Even if homosexuality is a choice (or, more likely desires based on conscious and unconscious choices throughout our entire lives) - what does it matter? Under the Constitution *you still can't discriminate against homosexuals*. Just like you can't discriminate anyone who makes a life choice you disagree with - so long as it is a choice made by an adult that does not infringe you or your property.
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LGBT Strikes Again: Comply or Die

ZealousConscript Wrote: Oct 13, 2014 11:33 PM
Umm. How is The Book of Common Prayer relevant? It's not exactly the divine word of god.
Yes. He won the electoral vote by well over 100 and the popular vote by 5 million. Even if there was some sort of conspiracy (protip: there isn't) the number of people required to be a part of it would make it easier to just vote him into office.
OK.....so being in charge gives him control over every deranged madman in the country?
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