UNKLE SAM RIPPING OFFF YOU AMERIKANZ!!!!
> CNN has reported that Congress is going to vote on allowing telephone
> companies to CHARGE A TOLL FEE for Internet access.>
> Translation: Every time we send a long distance e-mail we willreceive a
> long distance charge. This will get costly. Please visit thefollowing web
> site and file a complaint. Complain to your Congressperson. We can'tallow
> this to pass! The following address will allow you to send an e-mailon this
> subject DIRECTLY to your Congressperson.> http://www.house.gov/writerep>
> Pass this on to your friends. It is urgent! I hope all of you willpass this
> on to all your friends and family. We should ALL have an interest inthis> one.
>> WAIT, THERE'S MORE. IN ADDITION, the last few months have revealed an
> alarming trend in the Government of the United States attempting toquietly
> push through legislation that will affect your use of the Internet.>
> Under proposed legislation the U.S. Postal Service will be attempting to
> bill email users out of "alternate postage fees". Bill 602P willpermit the
> Federal Govt to charge a 5 cent surcharge on every email delivered,by
> billing Internet Service Providers at source.>
> The consumer would then be billed in turn by the ISP. Washington D.C.lawyer
> Richard Stepp is working without pay to prevent this legislation from
> becoming law.>
> The U.S. Postal Service is claiming that lost revenue due to the
> proliferation of email is costing nearly $230,000,000 in revenue peryear.
> You may have noticed their recent ad campaign, "There is nothing likea
> letter".>> Since the average citizen received about 10 pieces of email per day
in 1998,> the cost to the typical individual would be an additional 50 cents
per day,> or over $180 dollars per year, above and beyond their regularInternet
> costs.>> Note that this would be money paid directly to the U.S. Postal
Service for a
> service they do not even provide. The whole point of the Internet is
> democracy and non-interference. If the federal government ispermitted to
> tamper with our liberties by adding a surcharge to email, who knowswhere it
> will end.>
> You are already paying an exorbitant price for snail mail because of
> bureaucratic inefficiency. It currently takes up to 6 days for aletter to
> be delivered from New York to Buffalo. If the U.S. Postal Service isallowed
> to tinker with email, it will mark the end of the "free" Internet inthe
> United States.>
> One congressman, Tony Schnell(r) has even suggested a twenty to fortydollar
> per month surcharge on all Internet service" above and beyond the
> government's proposed email charges.>
> Note that most of the major newspapers have ignored the story, theonly
> exception being the Washingtonian which called the idea of emailsurcharge
> "a useful concept who's time has come"(March 6th, 1999) Editorial.>
> Don't sit by and watch your freedoms erode away! Send this e-mail to
> EVERYONE on your list TODAY, and tell all your friends and relativesto
> write to their congressman and say "No!" to Bill 602P. It will onlytake a
> few moments of your time, and could very well be instrumental inkilling a
> bill we don't want.>
> PASS THIS ON TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW WHO USES EMAIL. REMEMBER THESE ARETWO
> SEPARATE ISSUES THAT EFFECT ALL OF US ONLINE LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARDNOW,
> NOT AFTER.>> To find your congressmen on aol: usgovernment>
> Kate Turner, Assistant to Richard Stepp> Berger, Stepp and Gorman
> Attorneys at Law> 216 Concorde Street> Vienna, VA>
> URGENT!!!! Pass this along to all your email buddies!>
Just thoguth yall wood lik to know casue I can do anything "legal" about it but yall prolly can....
willus..go read "behold a pale horse"..and get an anarchy symbol tattoo'd on your skull and join a militia to overtake the u.s. government....shit has been bad and we as humans have been controlled for thousands of years on this planet..thats life..if you don't like it...move to the middle of the south american rainforest by yourself and wait in solitude for the next 3 years untill the rainforest is no longer there..then come back and post with a cry for help wondering what you should do then...
Man if they tax, I dont care (except for OTHERS not me) for my own personal use I am now residing in tha DE which has no sales tax. Plus most my goos are complimetary thanx to tha nice people here.
You stupid know nothing fuckers who said Willus' psot is garbage.....cant do nuttin' for ya man.
DO you realize how commercial the Internet is? there is ads everywhere. It used to be illegal to advertise on the Internet.
The governement realizes there is money to be made so the fuckers (if they get the chance will tax it). And that email tax is no joke either. That is no chain mail shit.
Shit is up there in big business but ya'll underground never go overground.
I don't put shit past this sorry ass government. This shit will happen in the future, no doubt about it.
(some more shit on uncle sam [hain]...ha...}
i heard of a tax proposal for the net...so, if you buy shit off the net, it will be taxed...since the net is like the biggest
fuckin thing nowadays..."they" must capitalize...
"Politics and crime...they're one in the same."
keep your pants on... it ain't gonna happen.
The Postal Service is very good at adapting to new climates... after all, both the telegraph and the telephone were supposed to make the post office obsolete. Guess that didn't happen. There are many other areas that the Postal Service can concentrate on to continue to be profitable.
Uhh.. is that some goofy chain letter you got from some teeny bopper on AOL? I don't believe Congress will do that..
Pubic hair makes good dental floss..
where you from willus?
ORGANIZED CRIME AT IT'S BEST.