Our Weasel Of The Week

It’s time to present this week’s statuette of shame, The Golden Weasel!!

Every Tuesday, the Council nominates some of the slimiest, most despicable characters in public life for some deed of evil, cowardice or corruption they’ve performed. Then we vote to single out one particular Weasel for special mention, to whom we award the statuette of shame, our special, 100% plastic Golden Weasel. This week’s nominees were all slime-worthy and disgusting,but in the end the overwhelming winner was….the envelope please…

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Obama’s Hand Picked Wanna Be Propaganda Kommissar, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler!!

  JoshuaPundit: For his plans to take total control of the internet, make it a utility and hugely expand  taxes and fees. And to  ‘regulate’ internet and broadcast content to shut down ‘extremist’ (AKA conservative,  anti-Obama thought) via a 323 page plan he refuses to let congress or the public see.

Yes, Tom Wheeler is definitely one slimy weasel…such people are unworthy to live in a free society.

Well, there it is! 

Check back next Tuesday to see who next week’s nominees for Weasel of the Week are!

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One thought on “Our Weasel Of The Week

  1. One thing Wheeler and O’Bozo seem to forget is that the Internet is strictly a voluntary association, and if network and sysadmins got mad enough at the federal government, any and all network packets that originated from or were addressed to any .gov site could simply be dropped when they reached the first non .gov address. Also, DNS figures into this – if DNS admins got sufficiently POed, no DNS lookup for a .gov host would work. They (Wheeller, et. al) are too tech ignorant to know how it all works.

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