How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Fearmongering for Restriction of Rights

When they came for the light aircraft, I didn't speak out because pilots licenses take a lot of time and money to earn. Long story short: Mayor Daley of Chicago, and many other politicos, want to start regulating the crap out of light aircraft and forbid them over major cities because one dumbass did a loop-the-loop into an apartment building in NYC.

Of course, it's to protect us against terrorists.

And remember, saying, "the Internet must be carefully regulated because a) terrorists and b) pedophiles" is the ultimate election-year twofer you can hope for.
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