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As usual a false choice. I vote for none of the above.
Agreed. I don't believe millions of people will lose their jobs and homes. Par for the course with Patters though.
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So, this is, in the internet space—restricting ourselves there—this is what’s called the net neutrality debate. And I’m a very strong net neutrality advocate and was a little disturbed to discover yesterday that, of all places, in the stimulus bill, the negotiations yesterday, there were discussions about encouraging the internet service providers to do content filtering to try to filter out illegal content or things that might be illegal content on the basis of copyright or pornography laws or other things. And, you know, this is really, given how much of—how many ideas and expressions and thoughts now flow through those fiber optic cables into our houses this way, this is exactly as though we were saying that because some illegal stuff gets delivered by postal mail, that we want the Postal Service to open all of the mail being delivered to everybody and see what’s in it before it goes to