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Forum Post: OMG! # I Can't Believe It's Obama! In Response to 'Unprecedented' Public Outcry, Obama Goes Big on Net Neutrality...

Posted 6 years ago on Nov. 11, 2014, 5:56 a.m. EST by KevinPotts (368)
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OMG! # I Can't Believe It's Obama!

BREAKING NEWS! This Just In....For The First Time In The History of The Entire Obama Presidency...Center/Right Corporate Spokesman & President of The United Corporations of America, Barack Obama Has Completely SHOCKED & Totally SURPRISED Progressive Americans Everywhere NATIONWIDE! By Finally DOING SOMETHING SERIOUS To Actually Represent & Serve THE PEOPLE Over The Special Interests of The Corporate Elites Who Financially Appointed Him, Who He Has Traditionally So Dedicately & Faithfully Served! [FIREWORKS] [CELEBRATION]

Could this be the beginning? of a "changed" Obama? Who is finally ready To Break Free? From his Corporate Masters? To Finally Represent The American People?

As MILLIONS upon MILLIONS of poor Americans continue to work for poverty-slave-wages and still can't afford Healthcare, and as Christian charity organizers and good-hearted-American-citizens Continue To Get ARRESTED For THE CRIME of Feeding The Homeless, Whoes Very Existence Has Become Criminalized...the decent-good-people of this country have learned not to get our "hopes" up too high, yet would welcome and appreciate some type of human response.




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[-] 2 points by Shule (2638) 6 years ago

He only issued a statement. Look not at what the mouth is saying, but look at what the hands are doing. (Old Arab proverb.)

but of course, you know that.

[-] 2 points by KevinPotts (368) 6 years ago

Good point turbocharger. This post was actually meant more as sarcasm, btw :-) If Obama really intended to save the internet, why would he appoint Tom Wheeler as head Chairman of the FCC?


[-] 1 points by turbocharger (1756) 6 years ago

Once TPP is passed, which is why he is in Asia right now, Net Neutrality will no mean much because international corporate law will trump national law.

Be careful about getting too happy about this, the PTB is usually about 5 steps ahead of us.