Tuesday, August 7, 2012

The White House won't rule out an executive order to enact their internet agenda

The White House has left open the possibility of enacting its Internet agenda via executive order after the failed effort to bring the Democrat-supported cybersecurity bill to a full vote in the Senate last week.

In response to a question from The Hill, a Washington, D.C. political newspaper, about whether President Obama was considering advancing his party’s cyber-plan through an executive order, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney didn’t rule out the possibility.
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Anonymous said...

This is only the begining of what Obama has in store for us.


Well, I guess we can kiss RIGHT SPEAK goodbye.

It was GREAT while it lasted.

We can also say goodbye to WORLD NET DAILY, THE DRUDGE REPORT, MITT ROMNEY CENTRAL and every other politically incorrect site on the web.

The Dems and their crony capitalist pals in the media hijacked the television & radio public airwaves 80 years ago.

It was only a matter of time before they hijacked the internet too.

And who can possibly blame them, since the Repubs just lie down and take it without saying a word.