Guess Who's Authoring a Bill to Shut-Down "Rogue" WebsitesSubmitted by Waskily Wabbit on Mon, 10/24/2011 - 22:28
Bob Goodlatte, the RINO 18-year incumbent who Karen Kwiatkowski is running against in Virginia. He's about to introduce a House version of a Senate Bill that authorizes government intervention in closing down "rogue sites" and forcing search engines to remove them from returning in search requests.
The Senate online copyright bill passed the Senate Judiciary Committee in May before it was put on hold. Michelle Bachmann came out against the bill and even aligned with left-leaning groups over this issue saying that she's against government overstepping its authority to restrict free speech in this country.
Bob Goodlatte, who Chairs the IP Sub-Committee in the House is about to sponsor the House version of the "online shut-down" bill.
Even though he's saying that his bill will not allow government to intervene in how private websites are run, the man is a natural, born politician. If his IP Copyright bill is anything like his balanced budget amendment, you can safely bet that he's on the side of government intervention and expansion.
Let's make sure Karen Kwiatkowski beats him in their upcoming Republican primary. Check out her website, www.karenkforcongress.com and give in the upcoming, Lady Liberty Money Bomb, Oct 28th. http://tinyurl.com/6adxpwp