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    Very easy for liberals to hide behind TOS, which can broadly define figurative language as bad or even state that certain terms are offensive, even though they're only going to selectively enforce the use of such terms.

    https://www.bustle.com/p/twitter-loc...-rules-7770089

    Meanwhile, actual racism and "bullying" by liberal factions goes unchecked:

    Is she bullying you?

    Feeling like a victim there?

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    Chris is sprung.

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    It's not about giving govt. control. But when outlets that are getting higher ratings than mainstream outlets are censored over multiple platforms in one fell swoop, then that's not acceptable given the people's public investment in these platforms. This is absolutely what fascism looks like.
    I'm sorry, you keep talking about the "people's public investment"... I have no idea what are you talking about. What investment?

    People can vote with their wallets, send stocks tumbling, stop posting, boycotting, protesting, write blogs, publish youtube videos... all the usual tools are on the table for 'the people' that dislike this situation.

    What would your solution look like?

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    Very easy for liberals to hide behind TOS, which can broadly define figurative language as bad or even state that certain terms are offensive, even though they're only going to selectively enforce the use of such terms.
    https://www.infowars.com/terms-of-service/

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    Not even Spurstalk is a democracy, tbh

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    Poor conservatives another thing they have to be the victim of
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    Is she bullying you?

    Feeling like a victim there?
    You're making my argument, yutz.

    As are all the chumpettes chirping

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    You didn't answer the question.

    How is the companies' taking care of their own content fascism?
    Companies responding to government pressure (see OP, De Blasio, Ted Deutch, Jerrod Nadler, Jim Hines, Ted Lieu, comments etc.) is a form of Corporatism, better known as Mussolini Fascism.

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/corporatism

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    Very easy for liberals to hide behind TOS, which can broadly define figurative language as bad or even state that certain terms are offensive, even though they're only going to selectively enforce the use of such terms.

    https://www.bustle.com/p/twitter-loc...-rules-7770089

    Meanwhile, actual racism and "bullying" by liberal factions goes unchecked:


    Even if you are dumb enough to take these quotes literally, they were posted to Twitter. Twitter hasn't banned Alex Jones.

    You just can't stop owning yourself, can you? It's like a masochistic addiction. Get help.

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    Companies responding to government pressure (see OP, De Blasio, Ted Deutch, Jerrod Nadler, Jim Hines, Ted Lieu, comments etc.) is a form of Corporatism, better known as Mussolini Fascism.

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/corporatism
    What pressure, Ken?

    Tweets?

    The thing Trump does every day?

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    Companies responding to government pressure (see OP, De Blasio, Ted Deutch, Jerrod Nadler, Jim Hines, Ted Lieu, comments etc.) is a form of Corporatism, better known as Mussolini Fascism.

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/corporatism
    so what's your solution, Ken McCoy, to "Mussolini Fascism" as currently practiced by the majority GOP US Senate?

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    so what's your solution, Ken McCoy, to "Mussolini Fascism" as currently practiced by the majority GOP US Senate?
    Term limits for congress and supreme court justices.

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    Term limits for congress and supreme court justices.
    I'm good with that

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    Term limits for congress and supreme court justices.
    how would that prevent Congress from pressuring companies by threatening to pass legislation?

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    and just how is Congress threatening to legislate fascism again? you didn't fill in the blanks there.

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    how would that prevent Congress from pressuring companies by threatening to pass legislation?
    it doesn't. term limits is a safe statement to some.

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    It would relieve us from some of the personal fiefdoms that the lifelong members of congress have created. Individual members of congress would have less power and would have to work together more often. As long as there are strong left/right parties, the result would be a compromise somewhere in the middle that keeps gov't out of business and peoples lives but provides the necessary functions to help the people live their lives.

    On the Supreme Court side, it would allow for more timely review of issues of law (where a ruling made under the current system might not be revisited for 25-30 years when the make up of the court changes).

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    I'm sorry, you keep talking about the "people's public investment"... I have no idea what are you talking about. What investment?
    more than a few dumdums have been taken in by the argument that because FB, Twitter and Google are "publicly traded companies" they are public accommodations, or something like that.

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    and just how is Congress threatening to legislate fascism again? you didn't fill in the blanks there.
    You're the one that said it was currently happening. Answer your own question...

    so what's your solution, Ken McCoy, to "Mussolini Fascism" as currently practiced by the majority GOP US Senate?

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    It would relieve us from some of the personal fiefdoms that the lifelong members of congress have created. Individual members of congress would have less power and would have to work together more often. As long as there are strong left/right parties, the result would be a compromise somewhere in the middle that keeps gov't out of business and peoples lives but provides the necessary functions to help the people live their lives.

    On the Supreme Court side, it would allow for more timely review of issues of law (where a ruling made under the current system might not be revisited for 25-30 years when the make up of the court changes).
    so how is Congress threatening to legislate fascism again?

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    fiefdoms replaced with fiefdoms

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    At least the new fiefdoms would have a shelf life.

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    You're the one that said it was currently happening. Answer your own question...
    I was restating what you said in post #109.

    do you care to support your claim that internet platforms responding to Congressional pressure is "Mussolini fascism"?

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