Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Big vote on the Online Piracy act (SOPA) as early as December 14th!

     Well, you've heard me talk about it, and many of you have asked for an update, and now I have one. The House is set to vote on the "Online Piracy Act" (SOPA) as early as next Wednsday (12-14-2011). We've all heard the rumors that we are winning the fight, and the future of this Bill looks grim, but I don't want to let up until the president himself burns this thing down and pisses on the ashes. Click the jump to continue the fight to the bitter end.


     With the house voting, now is the time to call your representative. That's right, a phone call! No more E-mails, it gets REAL! I can tell you i'm going to call my elected representative in the morning because as we ALL know, it isn't over till it's over.

Find your elected official's phone number Here and stand up for your rights!:
http://act.demandprogress.org/call/sopa_call/?rd=1&t=4&referring_akid=1075.1282229.5d6zvL


In case you need a refresher on the Internet Censorship Bill

6 comments:

  1. Hell yah im going to call! A world without Jeremy is just madness.

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  2. The internet is our last frontier, we can't allow them to kill it in it's infancy.

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  3. If they take Jeremy off of the internet, I won't pay taxes, and work day and night to rise Zombie Thomas Jefferson. You have been warned.

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  4. Best guy on internets so yeah im goan rape em if they SOPA Jahns.

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  5. I couldn't take this idea serious at first because it is the world wide web and a few hundred other countries might have something to say to our government on taking control over something beyond the borders. Now this cannot be ignored. Anyone who supports this bill is either a control freak or someone who doesn't know the ideas of this country that has been made and preserved through the bloodshed of millions. If the government gets out of hand we have to protect our rights at all costs for countless generations to enjoy.

    Our rights are Godgiven, for atheists they are birthrights, the government only exsists to protect those rights not to define or re-exam for the "modern day situations" because alot can change in 200 years. I say Bullshit to that because the ideas of Aristotle and Plato are still in use today.

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