Congratulations to Newt Gingrich! Winning the South Carolina primary is like being the richest guy in the shelter.
Fact: Newt Gingrich treats women like they are property.
Suspicion: So perhaps we can find his ex-wives listed as depreciating assets on the tax returns he disclosed during the debate. Does anyone seriously think he’s a decent-enough person to not do this?
HAY RICK SANTORUM: No one would even want a free market for healthcare.
Things that actually exist: an iPad for communists.
The RedPad was built especially for Communist Party members and enthusiasts. It will compete against foreign brands while catering to the tech needs of the country’s bureaucrats and government workers. … An online survey conducted by China’s 91wenwen.net found that people believe the tablet would be a “symbol of privilege,” as translated on CNET.
Legitimate vs. No Real Purpose
From Sen. Patrick Leahy, one of the co-authors of PIPA (bolding mine):
“The PROTECT IP Act will not affect Wikipedia, will not affect Reddit, and will not affect any website that has any legitimate use. A foreign rogue website is clearly defined as one that has no real purpose other than infringement. Theft and fraud on this scale undermines consumer trust in online transactions.” [source]
Deeming a website “legitimate” or having “no real purpose” seems highly subjective, yet to Sen. Leahy, this is clearly defined.
So what does that make search engines and most blogs? Legitimate, or having no real purpose? It’s this kind of ambiguity that needs to be cleared up, which is one big reason why people are protesting these bills.