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Obama "I am concerned whats going on the Internet"

Did anyone just catch Obama slip up? They asked him if he was concerned with whats going over the airwaves, and he says, "Well, Im more concerned of what's going on through the internet" all of a Sudden it was practically dead silent, and Obama quickly talked about other things and pretended as if he never said it... Anyone see this???

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Self Regulation works better. = open source

I've often thought that if the browser co's really wanted to do something about the problem they could build in a simple meta tag checker. In the source of a page, an adult site could opt to add something like:

[ meta name="rating" content="NC17" ]

I think most responsible websites would add the tag. This is much better than the proposed .xxx domain they wanted to create. (Those sites had invested a lot of money into their .com's, they don't want to get rid of them).

Then in the browser, there would be a parental control, or it could even be OS based maybe.

Another way to do this would be to have something you could "add" to your browser at the top in the menu bar to rate sites based on content. It could take and make an "average" rating on what all the different people in the world rated a site.

A great empire, like a great cake, is most easily diminished at the edges. - Ben Franklin

Obama Should Be Concerned About the Constitution

Too bad he isn't as concerned about what the Constitution says. Obama, like Clinton and McCain and Hickaby and Romney and Giulani all stand for the same thing: obliterating our civil rights. They are concerned that the American people are able to hear and see things on the Internet that they are not able to stop. They want to be able to control information.

The difference between Ron Paul and the other candidates is simple. Ron Paul stands for freedom. The others stand for tyranny. They want to control our firearms. They want to control our speech. They want to know where our money is. They want to know where we spend it.

They want to know what books we borrow from the library. They want to tap our telephones. They want to read our e-mail. Is it any surprise that they want to control what information we can access?

This may be our last chance to vote these criminals out of office.

Don't censor my porn bro!

There's no sheep here, there's wolves here, questioning our nation's government.

Former United States Marine
For Ron Paul

There's no sheep here, there's wolves here, questioning our nation's government.

Former United States Marine
For Ron Paul

Don't censor my porn bro.

There's no sheep here, there's wolves here, questioning our nation's government.

Former United States Marine
For Ron Paul

There's no sheep here, there's wolves here, questioning our nation's government.

Former United States Marine
For Ron Paul

Ye, sure

He is not concerned about the airwaves, they own them. He said he is concerned about the internet, sure because he thinks they should be controlled and owned also. That is why our movement will not be possible in the future. Now is the time.

Someone is scared of

Someone is scared of movements like this. It scares them non-establishment candidates can have a forum anywhere. For you doubters, look at this.

He was

talking about proecting our children from seeing things that are not age appropriate. I didn't think it was a slip up. He said he was against censorship.

"It's for the

"It's for the children!"

"It's for security!"

"It's to fight the war on drugs!"

90% of the infringements on our rights during my lifetime have come under these three banners.

This will be the excuse they use.

For the children.

The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.
Friedrich Nietzsche

Protecting Children is easy...

Parents have to monitor their kids when they are online, that is the only way to protect them from images you don't want them to see.

There should be absolutely no censorship of the internet.

Deep down everyone is Libertarian.
Live and Let Live, form of government.


It's easy, the family computer stays in the living room. No computers in kids bedrooms.

Tell B. Hussein Obama to take his assualt on the internet and shove it down his spider hole.

Oh I agree...

I have 5 children. I completely agree that it is the responsibility of the parents to monitor their children. But let me give you an example:

Years ago when I was more of a fundamentalist than a spiritualist (which I am now) I was in charge of doing a news letter for my Sunday School class. I typed in "www.christianclipart.com" only it wasn't Christian Clipart...it was porn. What (I thought) he meant was to stop things like this. There should be some consequence for that imo.

How can you protect your children even if you are monitoring them, from blatant misrepresentation of what a website is about if their domain name is misleading and obviously a lure? I feel sorry for the kids that stumbled onto that one.


And did you turn into a pyscho because of it?
My family computer is in the living room where we can see it, and yes my kids have accidentally stumbled upon porn, they know its not appropriate and that they should simply close it (or turn off the monitor and get me if it turns into popup galore that can't be closed). They know those things are inappropriate but also know its nothing to freak out about...

Now if my kids stumbled upon goatse.. yea I might want to put someone in jail :/ anyways, reality is hard, teaching kids about it is even more difficult.

Parents should choose

Parents should choose internet service providers that have effective parental controls which block such disguised websites.


he was talking about porn...


He was talking about regulation.