Anonymous Comments To Be made Illegal

amanda

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Digg - Anonymous Comments To Be made Illegal







I think this so call country is going down the drain and dont have better things to do. I respect America but damn cant wait to head back to japan again >.> ALl they do is just trying to find stuff so the government could get money from us and use it on army shit... It's ashame that our 4 great fathers and all the wars we fought comes down to the country going down the drain.
 

B StAR

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ho ho, such a great idea.... I can almost smell the success already!!! Wait a minute, I'm smelling feces.
 

tyron256

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-_-; what the? why do something like that? man, i kinda agree with amanda.
 

Rei Ayanami

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They aren't going to do it. Even if they do, it'll be impossible to enforce it, since nothing stops anyone from calling themselves John Smith from 1234 Ganymede Rd.
 

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Yeah; noobs.



And if they do, heck how much of an uproar would there be?







It's kinda the single most funniest thing i've seen in my entire life to be honest.
 
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The moron who proposed this bill is almost as idiodic as Ted Stevens and his "series of tubes" internet.







There's no way this will ever actually become a law. And all those higherups that think it's a good idea obviously know nothing about the internet.
 

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Itsd like the idea people had to ban all video games...Not gonna hold water. Anyone could argue a right to privacy and that they don't want there name on the internet. and there reasoning is BS, to "stop online bullying"? Stop real bullying first if anything.