So nothing to see here. Just your average opposition party's positions.
This bill would prohibit a contract or proposed contract for the sale or lease of consumer goods or services from including a provision waiving the consumer’s right to make any statement regarding the seller or lessor or its employees or agents, or concerning the goods or services.
I for instance have an old book about the planets (author: L. Ksanformaliti, if anyone is interested) from 1984. This was long before any politically heated discussion about climate change. It was full of data on the atmospheres of the planets and of the local greenhouse effects, and how dependend the actual greenhouse effect is from the actual levels of the different gases like Methane and Carbondioxide, and that the Earth has a considerably high greenhouse effect, which increases the average surface temperature by 15 Kelvin compared to a Black Body. And it had references to other planets, and how the high levels of Carbondioxide in the Venus's atmosphere amount to a greenhouse effect of more than 400 Kelvin, and how the very low levels on Mars cause a very small greenhouse effect.
So when the debate came after the Kyoto protocol, I was always wondering how the deniers could be so ignorant of long known facts, as if they heard it for the first time, and how they could consider it made up and falsificated and whatever the accusations were. And I knew that this was primarily a political debate of not having to face the consequences of their own doings, and one way was to call the scientists who were just publishing the collected facts of their field fat and lazy and government paid shills. And then I saw that the discussion was mainly an U.S.-only debate cooked up by paid shills and astroturfers, and I knew everything was well.