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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    WTF is wrong with people? Holy ****! That's so offensive . . . I swear - NYC sounds like they're going communistic or some ****. My god - the ****ing ideas they **** out of their assholes. . . all to 'protect kids from cyberbullying'

    Geesh - maybe they should ban social-media . . . the net was around my entire life, pretty much, and only recently did such a thing become a problem.

    If someone wants to know my personal info related to my online IP, etc - they could find it out WITH A WARRANT
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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    But far less important than what the legislation is. Bad legislation is bad legislation regardless of who wrote it.
    Most people realize that what a legislation says has a high correlation to the political ideology of the person(s) who wrote it, and that ideology often is correlated with political party
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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Most people realize that what a legislation says has a high correlation to the political ideology of the person(s) who wrote it, and that ideology often is correlated with political party
    And only idiots determine their support or opposition based on party rather than actual content.
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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by radcen View Post
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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    And only idiots determine their support or opposition based on party rather than actual content.
    Straw man

    No one has determined their position on the basis of the party. However, some fools have decided that the legislation must be democratic, or liberal, or even communistic simply because it came from a NYer. Those fools seem to be coming from the same end of the political spectrum as the fools who proposed the legislation - the rightwing end
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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Straw man

    No one has determined their position on the basis of the party. However, some fools have decided that the legislation must be democratic, or liberal, or even communistic simply because it came from a NYer.

    Now why would anyone think that? There aren't any liberals in NY are there?...


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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Most people realize that what a legislation says has a high correlation to the political ideology of the person(s) who wrote it, and that ideology often is correlated with political party
    The two major parties in the US are looking more and more like Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    The two major parties in the US are looking more and more like Tweedledee and Tweedledum.

    Yeah, good thing that Gary Johnson guy is rocketing to the top of the polls eh?....oooops....

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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Yeah, good thing that Gary Johnson guy is rocketing to the top of the polls eh?....oooops....

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    yeah, like anyone would vote for a real conservative.
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    Re: New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online comments [W: 68]

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    yeah, like anyone would vote for a real conservative.
    Oh.....Ha....Yeah...I see...I see what you did there...heh, heh....Yeah....I did....

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