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Make peace, not liberals:
NPR wants to buttfuck you with facts.

“Passed by the Federal Communications Commission in October, the rules never went into effect.”


http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2017/03/28/521813464/as-congress-repeals-internet-privacy-rules-putting-your-options-in-perspective
9:17 pm — Wednesday, 29 March 2017
anonymous:
This is literally nothing, but that doesn't stop Gruber from running around with his hair on fire.

He's surfed the web for 25 years under these same rules.

Google and Facebook need competition and so they're against it -- big surprise.
10:25 pm — Wednesday, 29 March 2017
anonymous:
"Google and Facebook need competition and so they're against it -- big surprise."

completely different things... if you can't see that then you are a fucking moron

11:12 pm — Wednesday, 29 March 2017
piece of kit:
> completely different things... if you can't see that then you are a fucking moron

+1
11:42 pm — Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Lysander:
Still waiting for Gruber to explain why he supports molesting children at airports.

The TSA started doing this under Obama but Gruber is silent.

I think gruber is a child molester.
11:59 pm — Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Gruber the booger:
>“Congress” didn’t do this. Republicans in Congress did this.

Yeah John, that is how the system works. Get used to it. When your guys pass a bill I'm sure you will love it.

Republicans control Congress at the moment. Get over it. You lost.

When your limp dick lefty fascists get back into power they will swing it the other way.

By then the Liberals will want to outlaw anything deemed anything and will take you to court or publicly shame you for anything.

Sounds like fun having SJW's run the county doesn't it.

At least Republicans are telling you they are going to fuck you in the ass. Democrats would rather fuck you in the ass in secret an hope nothing leaks.
12:15 am — Thursday, 30 March 2017
charles:
> Yeah John, that is how the system works. Get used to it. When your guys pass a bill I'm sure you will love it.

It's sad that people assume this is how the system works. Not everything has to be blue or red. In fact, nothing should be.
8:25 am — Thursday, 30 March 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
As usually, the outrage is misplaced. The FTC is the better place for such a policy, and Congress already has a bill to ensure that happens.
2:05 pm — Thursday, 30 March 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
Oh and this is a two star post from Grubs
2:06 pm — Thursday, 30 March 2017
Make peace, not liberals:
Who speaks for the millions of internet morons?

The leftist press!
2:31 pm — Thursday, 30 March 2017
anonymous:
> “Passed by the Federal Communications Commission in October, the rules never went into effect.”

this is actually the first time i've seen this, thanks.
6:40 pm — Thursday, 30 March 2017
Heinz Gruber:
>Completely and utterly

This is redundant.
7:16 am — Saturday, 1 April 2017
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