Eugene Kane thinks the law will eventually crack down on free speech on the Internet.

January 8th, 2006

In an opinion piece in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, tadalafil medical Eugene Kain wrote:

But I predict the legal system eventually will step in to restrain some of the more outrageous commentary sent out over the blogosphere.

Maybe Mr. Kane is right. (I mean “correct.” I wouldn’t want to offend him by suggesting he was on the starboard side of the political spectrum.)

If only there were some type of law that protected people’s rights to express themselves.

Some type of first commandment or first amendment or something.

Maybe we should get working on that.

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  • 1. Disgruntled Car Salesman  |  January 9th, 2006 at 1:04 pm

    He is hoping, no, praying that it will happen. In fact, he is praying that blogging will be banned so he can guarantee job security.

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