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Guess I’ll have to give my hats back

A look at the FTC ruling and blogs. Meanwhile, Ann Althouse notes some issues with the ruling:

The most absurd part of it is the way the FTC is trying to make it okay by assuring us that they will be selective in deciding which writers on the internet to pursue. That is, they’ve deliberately made a grotesquely overbroad rule, enough to sweep so many of us into technical violations, but we’re supposed to feel soothed by the knowledge that government agents will decide who among us gets fined.

It’s not like they’ll be selective in enforcement, now is it.

5 Responses to “Guess I’ll have to give my hats back”

  1. Chas Says:

    Markie Marxist sez: “We trip up capitalism with complicated and ambiguous rules designed to entangle and ensnare even the most wary. Funny how that happens when we Marxists make the rules. Ha! Ha!”

  2. Nylarthotep Says:

    Funny I could have sworn that they are legally required to enforce the law equitably. I’m betting trying the old selective enforcement will get them beaten in the courts.

    Now I just need to find where I heard that from. Maybe at one of the Blawgs.

  3. Lyle Says:

    They HAVE to get control of the media. It’s what’s kept them in power since FDR, and they’re seeing it slipping from their grasp. Something must be done. There is no way they can sit idly and watch the makeup of the media go against them.

  4. Lyle Says:

    You can take my free EOTech hat off my cold, dead head.

  5. emdfl Says:

    Sounds like they got their training from batfags(bureauofalcoholtobaccoandfirearmsagents).

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