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I thought Obama already said he wouldn't sign it.

What a leader says and then does are two completely different things in this world. Take Cameron here in the UK. What an idiot (really wanted to use a swear word, but nooo OCN)
    
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So I see a trend with bills going on lately. Restrict citizens like the right to bear arms and raise the cost of them at the same time. Now, we see restrictions on the internet and what we can do. I don't know, it seems to be a downward spiral for all I'm concerned. See you on the other end.
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Completely unrelated, as background checks are already done on the purchases they describe. That bill literally adds nothing. This bill (CISPA) is another restriction.

Why aren't we seeing the outcry over it this time that we saw originally? Short memories?

That gun bill I believe would have required background checks for private sale by individuals. Gun stores are already required to do checks I believe.
    
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So I see a trend with bills going on lately. Restrict citizens like the right to bear arms and raise the cost of them at the same time. Now, we see restrictions on the internet and what we can do. I don't know, it seems to be a downward spiral for all I'm concerned. See you on the other end.

Internet has exposed governments all around the world for what they really are. Time to shut it off.
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Oh so they want to restrict the freedom of information but not expand background checks for people buying guns? Logic fail.

Or require people who vote and put these politicians in office to use a FREE ID to prove who they are, if they are a US Citizen, and that they already haven't voted once (or more) before.

Yup, lots of logic fail in government.


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Originally Posted by BBEG View Post

Completely unrelated, as background checks are already done on the purchases they describe. That bill literally adds nothing. This bill (CISPA) is another restriction.

Why aren't we seeing the outcry over it this time that we saw originally? Short memories?

Not to mention that the Virginia Tech shooter and the Aurora movie theater shooters BOTH had and passed background checks when they bought the guns they used to slaughter people, and the shooter in Connecticut didn't need a background check, because he STOLE the guns. As you said, it would have prevented nothing. Further, as you said, this bill adds NEW restrictions on the Internet and sites. I hope this bill goes down in flames.
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He said same about NDAA

We'll ask Bradley Manning about that. Oh wait we can't.


What scares me, is that from my understanding, basically once you land on an american soil host or ran site. You're tracked. Boom, done, over. If they wanted to know everything about everyone why didn't they just seize google? Because google and everyone else has lobbyists, that's why.

Background checks don't or won't matter because now they'll know pretty much everything about everyone.
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That gun bill I believe would have required background checks for private sale by individuals. Gun stores are already required to do checks I believe.

Purchases from a dealer (FFL) require a background check (even at gun shows). The background check bill wouldn't have done anything aside from keep honest people honest.

CISPA is just one of many more bills to come that aim to take away the liberties our ancestors worked so hard to earn. It's truly saddening.
 
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Or require people who vote and put these politicians in office to use a FREE ID to prove who they are, if they are a US Citizen, and that they already haven't voted once (or more) before.

Yup, lots of logic fail in government.
Not to mention that the Virginia Tech shooter and the Aurora movie theater shooters BOTH had and passed background checks when they bought the guns they used to slaughter people, and the shooter in Connecticut didn't need a background check, because he STOLE the guns. As you said, it would have prevented nothing. Further, as you said, this bill adds NEW restrictions on the Internet and sites. I hope this bill goes down in flames.

And no mention of medication.

But can we get back on topic please.
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Now I don't feel bad one bit for moving to Germany smile.gif

Kinda sucks for you guys back in the states tho... frown.gif
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Thin end of the wedge...
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