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Monday, October 26, 2009

iPolitics And The Party Of Crazy Obstructionists

A widely recognized and very minimalist commercial style, but with a new twist.

As per my previous post, this is a very simple, concise, and utterly accurate discription of the modern GOP/conservative movement.

But within the "party of no" there are so many nuanced voices that one begins to lose track of the where the obstructionist ends and the outright crazy begins.

Science Progress explains what Net Neutrality is really all about.

At the most basic level, net neutrality is the principle that Internet users should be in control of what content they view and what applications they use on the Internet; all content on the Internet is equally accessible, and once a person pays for access to the Internet, they alone get to choose how they use it. This means that providers should not be allowed to block access to certain sites or applications, or charge different customers different amounts for services.

You almost want to feel sorry for not only Beck's fansbase, but people that actually fall for these sort of insane conspiracy theories. After all, anyone that uses places like Fox"News", World Net Daily, Hot Air, The Weekly Standard ( et al conservative controlled forms of media ) as their primary news source without even attempting to do any sort of fact-checking has more problems than one can enurmerate at this point.

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