Comment: When "Yes" is used for "No".

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When "Yes" is used for "No".

And, "No" for "Yes" language ceases to have meaning and communication breaks down. Words are important when you attempt to communicate. Poor use effects your credibility whether you ultimately are right or wrong in your statements. How do you think these double speak politicians get elected (besides rigged votes)? The result of word choice works in the inverse as well establishing credibility for some where none exists.

All I see here with this Ortiz deal is more selective enforcement and further decent into the rule of man over the rule of law of which we have far too many.

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All I see here with this Ortiz deal is more selective enforcement and further decent into the rule of man over the rule of law of which we have far too many.

Why have the FCC or any agency for that matter if they selectively enforce on those they don't agree with over those they do?

I would not agree with David unless his statement was meant to attack the crackdown on the city by 1984 style martial law moreover the killing and capture of the suspects in the bombing and crime spree currently attributed to those two young men. I am still not sure which horrific acts were a worse attack on freedom and liberty in Boston and the country at large.

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.