Democrats Vote to Regulate What You Can Say or Post on the Internet

Democrats do not want the Internet to be a free exchange of ideas. They want the government to decide what you can and can’t say – what you can post, and most importantly – political activity.

And what do you suppose Democrats will outlaw? You got it: Conservative political speech.

Hat tip: Washington Times

The FEC deadlocked in a crucial Internet campaign speech vote announced Friday, leaving online political blogging and videos free of many of the reporting requirements attached to broadcast ads — for now.

While all three GOP-backed members voted against restrictions, they were opposed by the three Democratic-backed members, including FEC Vice Chair Ann M. Ravel, who said she will lead a push next year to try to come up with new rules government political speech on the Internet.

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