Your GOP friend and mine (irony intended), Arlen Specter, a tireless campaigner against the truth, the Constitution and political reality, snuck a rider into the Justice Department budget (that Bush signed, to his eternal discredit) that requires all persons utilizing any electronic means of communication to fully identify themselves while doing so. It's a felony penalty we talk about here, folks.Well, Senator. I've got a few choice words for you.
That was a despicable thing to do. Most of the blogs in the known universe work on the principal of free unfettered exchange of information, ideas, and knowledge. Some of us are fairly anonymous, although I will be happy to reveal to you my identifying information in comments. Until then, I feel that the way you attached your rider to a budget bill is cowardly, underhanded, and unfit for the company of gentlemen. It is my considered opinion that anyone who would resort to such measures is a less than a low dog, stricken with mange, and unable to fend for himself. Such a person is worth less that a spavined mule, only fit to be sold for glue. Attacks on the free exchange of political speech are unconstitutional and anyone who would resort to such an attack is worthy of contempt and derision. You should be ridden out of town on a rail.
Oh, and while I'm at it.... Mr. President. You really ought to read the legislation you sign into law. See if it squares with your oath to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution". We expect you to uphold the Constitution, even if the Justice Department has to go back to Congress for a new budget.