#rsrh Staff on GOP re-election campaigns, please read.

I’m not going to mince words: keep your C0ngressmen and Senators from voting for the Stopping Online Privacy Act.  If they do vote for it, do not promise them access to online grassroots support; if this thing passes, I for one will be checking voting records as part of the process of deciding whether or not to help out a particular Republican legislator*.  I won’t be the only one, either.

And – forgive me for saying this – I don’t really care what the motivation was for a ‘yes’ vote.  I’m already pushing the limits of my tolerance by giving ostensible Republicans/conservatives a pass if the bill itself doesn’t.

Moe Lane

*Staff on Democratic re-election campaigns, please note: for your people I’ll be doing that whether SOPA passes or not.  There’s a heck of a lot of online cross-party and cross-ideology opposition to this bill; it’s going to be a digital albatross around the neck of anybody who votes for it, and a wise adviser will advise his or her boss to avoid the initial shooting.


  • Bill54 says:

    I agree. Stop ’em at the pass, Moe!

  • Catseye says:

    Whoever votes for this Bill should expect to face a bipartisan beating at the polls of Historic Proportions, YOU WILL BE MADE AN EXAMPLE TO FUTURE POLITICIANS!

  • Cameron says:

    Catseye, I think you could make physical correction of Congresscritters into a good PPV show. The money made from it could easily pay down the deficit.

  • qixlqatl says:

    Cameron, my proposition is for the federal government to sell “Politician Hunting Licenses” for a very substantial fee (per head, of course ;))

  • qixlqatl says:

    quoting a comment from another forum, no link was provided because the commenter was listening to the hearing on live stream:
    “I literally just listened to Rep. Waters saying reps discussing legitimate security issues and consulting experts is “wasting time” and we need to plow forward, no questions asked! “…..
    ……..The only explanation I can offer for that is ‘Maxine Waters.’

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