Filing tons of bogus DMCA reports sounds at lot like flinging poo at people. And I've never written a script that was anywhere near as good at flinging poo as a million monkeys would be.
I expect he's still frothing over what was done to him.
Comcast claims that the loss has forced them to raise the rates on all their customers
And that is how you know you are dealing with a monopoly. If there was actual competition, then it would be hurting only their shareholders as they'd be forced to keep their prices at competitive, market levels.
I would love to give all politicians a break...somewhere around C1 or C2.
This would require that they have a spine - so that leaves out 99% of politicians.
Just remove legislation protecting the USPS, together will any subsidies.
You mean remove the Constitution?
The Postal Clause AUTHORIZES Congress to create a post office, it doesn't REQUIRE it. And it certainly doesn't force Congress to fund it or give it monopoly access to delivering first class mail and access home post boxes.
Is it just me, or did anyone else hear "One Night in Bangkok" playing in their head as they read this?
We All May Have a Little Martian In Us
And if you don't but would like to imagine you do, just google for "Marvin the Martian Rule 34".
There will, therefore, be a worldwide propaganda drive in favor of birth control
Have you looked at birth rates in developed nations? He pretty much nailed this one, notwithstanding the lack of a formal propaganda drive....
Wait, I thought that's what reality TV was.
Bills are written by the legislature, the President signs them. He can push an agenda, but he's not the one writing the actual bill.
I know - I learned that in college. Oh wait, no I didn't. I learned it from Saturday morning cartoons: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyeJ55o3El0
Where is the actually written bill?
He loves going place to place and telling that audience what they want to hear and then passing the actual work to Congress who he knows won't/can't do it.
What did you expect with a campaign slogan of "Hope for Change".
What? that wasn't the slogan - well, it probably should have been.
I'm neither a Congressman nor a Republican, but you can put me in the 'wary of deepening the government's role in higher education' column. So far their meddling in the marketplace has led to an inflation rate for higher education not only several times higher than the general inflation rate - but even higher than the 'skyrocketing healthcare cost' inflation rate we are alway hearing about.