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By: The Liberty Papers »Blog Archive » Europeans Go On Strike; Americans Simply Defy (e2ff7a)

Sun, 23 Aug 2009 19:03:44 +0000

[...] the response of the American blogosphere was a little different than a strike: we signed on to the Patterico Pledge: If the FEC makes rules that limit my First Amendment right to express my opinion on core political [...]

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By: excenexermike (3566d8)

Fri, 19 Oct 2007 08:36:28 +0000

A man is trying a very unusual way to propose to his girlfriend. He wants people to forward an email to as many people as possible and he hopes that it will eventually get to his girlfriend. Details here: Here is what he wants people to send by email: ------------- SNIP (email text end) --------------- For a long time I have tried to find a special way to propose marriage to my girlfriend Mary, whom I know for five years now. I wanted it very special, romantic and memorable, something our grandchildren would still remember. And here is my idea: I will send out the proposal to Mary to 50 complete strangers, people I don't know - hoping, that they will forward my proposal to as many people as possible, which in turn forward it etc. And some day, I hope, it will reach Mary, after it has travelled a very long way. I know, it will take a long time and I am quite nervous… From the poem MY Mary will know immediately that the proposal is for her. I have created a homepage ( ) where you can find the current status of my quest. You can use the homepage to check if the proposal has already reached Mary (in that case it is not necessary anymore to forward the mail). Once the proposal has reached Mary, I will put a note on these pages. Also I will publish there how many people have read the proposal so that everybody can see how far it has spread and that it is getting closer to Mary. And of course you will find there what I am waiting for most: Mary's answer! I can't tell you, how nervous I am… Will she accept my proposal? Will she like the unusual way how she got it, through the hands of thousands of messengers all over the world? Please cross your fingers for me! And please - help me by sending the mail to as many people as possible, to help it spread, so that it eventually reaches Mary. And here is my proposal: Mary, please forgive me, as you know English is not my native language. And I am not a poet. But I mean it from my heart. My angel, Five years ago, I will always remember the day When fate made us meet, blissful Alaskan moments in May Earth spun around us and a journey began Love, warmth, happiness, enough the years to span. The longer it lasts the more grows our bond And with 80 still - of you I will be fond Whatever happens, I will stay at your side Through good and bad, together let us stride No second with you was ever wasted You are the sweetest I have ever tasted We have spent so many years - why not a life? Mary, will you marry me - and become my wife? Mary, if you have received that and have recognized me, then give me a sign so that I can continue with the romantic part of my proposal… ------------- SNIP (email text end) ---------------

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By: Gay Orbit (879ae5)

Sat, 10 Mar 2007 18:11:24 +0000

We Will Not Obey The Laws... Many people, conservatives and non-conservatives have pledged, if Congress and the FEC decide to create rules and laws regulating political speech on blogs, that they will not obey the laws. They’re right of course. Those laws would be unjust. It...

By: (7876b1)

Wed, 13 Dec 2006 21:48:12 +0000

One by one our rights are forfeited in the name of "security". Security of course is just an illusion. Even the government can't guarantee that you're going to live throughout the day. The government "of the free" is doing all it can to limit our ability to speak, think or have access to information. Even FOIA is a joke. Fortunately, FEC doesn't reach other countries and we can always set up our websites on servers outside the USA and say what we might. If we unveiled how much corruption the government was partipatory in we'd be more shocked than you are now. Truth is more terrifying than fiction or conspiracy.

By: USCitizen (c93d5c)

Sun, 10 Sep 2006 14:44:29 +0000

Traction Control pledges to uphold the Constitutional right to free speech by providing ad and message space to restricted organizations. . . . Here the First Amendment is protected by the Second.

By: Terry Dillard (ced6d5)

Fri, 23 Jun 2006 18:58:33 +0000

It may be over a year since you wrote this post, but I just found it, and I'm taking the pledge. I'm sending a trackback, but they've not been working on my blog lately, so forgive me if it doesn't show up.

By: The Liberty Papers»Blog Archive » A Tale of Two Bills (cc313e)

Thu, 16 Mar 2006 04:20:22 +0000

[...] Congress doesn’t want bloggers speaking freely. They accept us grudgingly, although I’ll bet some of the lesser known folks on the hard-right, hard-left, or libertarian ends of the spectrum giving them assistance (as I think the blogosphere tends to be populated by ends of the spectrum, rather than the middle). But the vast majority see us as a threat. They saw the Patterico Pledge, and they understand the power of the press, even if it is simply online self-publishing. [...]