Pedophiles seek out fertile hunting grounds

Discussion in 'Politics' started by chuck.ells, Mar 11, 2008.


    By Kellie Wilson
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    Kentucky Representative Tim Couch filed a bill this week to make anonymous posting online illegal.
    The bill would require anyone who contributes to a website to register their real name, address and e-mail address with that site.
    Their full name would be used anytime a comment is posted.
    If the bill becomes law, the website operator would have to pay if someone was allowed to post anonymously on their site. The fine would be five-hundred dollars for a first offense and one-thousand dollars for each offense after that.
    Representative Couch says he filed the bill in hopes of cutting down on online bullying. He says that has especially been a problem in his Eastern Kentucky district.
    Action News 36 asked people what they thought about the bill.
    Some said they felt it was a violation of First Amendment rights. Others say it is a good tool toward eliminating online harassment.
    Represntative Couch says enforcing this bill if it became law would be a challenge.

    Luckily for our children, this bill hasn't much of a chance of passing. Nevertheless, this just goes to show how bad the pedophiles want access to our children. They'll keep trying until the get their own harem filled with our prepubescent offspring.