I don't get why Ron would do this, it just doesn't seem fair to me. Someone else owns the domain name, either make an agreement with the owner to get it, or move on - using government force to obtain a url address does not seem very libertarian.
Sure, there are arguments on the other side too (many are made in the complaint), but it's not his property, it's someone else's, they purchased it and have the right to it.
I agree that asking Ron Paul for hundreds of thousands of dollars for the domain name that his his name is not "cool" at all, but now both sides are in the wrong in my opinion.
I would hate to think if I have a website and someone else comes up with a company or something and trademarks it that they could just seize my domain name.
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