Following the passage of legislation meant to roll back the Obama era FCC rule that internet service providers like AT&T and Comcast can’t sell a user’s browsing data to third parties the GOP members of congress are hard at work on a bill that would hand over their own internet histories to prove they’re not the hypocritical pieces of Constitution hating human shit that a logical person would assume they are following their vote.
The hard working GOP members are also introducing legislation like this next week that would salary match every representative and senator with the average income of their constituents! This new law would incentivize these lazy congressmen and women who only work part of the year, get paid vacations, health care and pensions while brashly voting for their own raises while middle class salaries haven’t kept up with inflation to better appreciate the American Dream as you and I know it!
What could be more American than an opportunity to actually pull themselves along with their shareholders, the people they represent and who pay their salaries, up by their own bootstraps for a change? After all, congressmen and women aren’t supposed to be working for corporations or lobbyists. They work for their shareholders to get them the most out of their investment – their tax dollar! So shouldn’t we demand that these legislators be writing laws that are friendly to the shareholders they’re beholden to and not an entity that may not even live or operate in their district or state and pay them based on what they’re actively doing for us?
Update 3:12 PM EST! In the unlikely event these laws don’t pass the Resistance Report tells us that there is a crowd funding effort to buy the browsing history of our legislative employees.
Now, here is a list of the brave, non-hypocritical Senators who put the free market (not mentioned anywhere in the Constitution) over your right to privacy (specifically referenced in the Bill of Rights) and will surrender all of their personal browsing data to the American citizens in a show of transparency and good faith:
And here are the House members that voted to allow your use of a utility to be sold to the highest bidder and will put their privacy where their vote is in support of this sellout of the American people and will be handing over their private browser history:
Hice, Jody B.
Rooney, Thomas J.