Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Rep. Henry Waxman Wants to Apply Censorship Doctrine to the Internet

Welcome to Nazi Germany...Liberal Fascism is HERE and the American idiots voted for it.

If Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) is not trying to investigate conservatives, he is trying to squelch their voices. Waxman has jumped into the so-called Fairness Doctrine discussion as of late. Waxman, however, has added another dimension to the issue...the internet (h/t The Prowler).

Media Research Center's Jeff Poor spoke with FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell last year about the internet and the Fairness Doctrine. McDowell talked about a real possibility of internet content being regulated in the near future.

According to The Prowler, Waxman and his staff are already looking at ways to police content on the web. (Bolding is mine throughout)


1 comment:

  1. As I said on your facebook, it will be a day of reckoning when grassroots conservatives while rise up and go medieval over free speech censorship, especially as it applies to the Internet.


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