questionsare you going help google say "thanks" to…


I figure hey, it'll only take 4 seconds.. so why not.

But I guess my main question is, do you think it's necessary? Or even, maybe a little helpful in the future? Maybe they'll see how grateful we are for them listening and be more apt to pay attention in the future?

Just kind of curious what other peoples take on this is.


My first thought is that I'll say "thanks" by NOT actively working to get them beaten in their next election.


Also, I thought it might be a good idea to remind people that it's still out there - lurking :)


I did. I figure a "thanks" is worth while, let them know we appreciate them listening to us!


Done. Thanks for the heads up. Now if they will just leave well enough alone... Yeah, I wasn't holding my breath.


I did. Gotta give them credit for doing something right for once.


Thank the ones that were against or changed their opinion to being against it. There are still a bunch of representatives that were for it before it was delayed.


I try to let my reps know what I think of how they voted on legislature, agree or disagree, especially if it's something I contacted them about previously.

It let's them know that I'm watching them. But not in a creepy, stalker way. In an "I know what you're up to" way.

That didn't sound any better, did it?


HELL NO I WONT SAY THANKS.... what everyone doesn't realize is that they didn't KILL SOPA/PIPA ... they "put it on hold" " Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid said he would postpone a critical vote that had been scheduled for Jan. 24 "in light of recent events." "

It is put on hold until after the election... just watch they will do what they always do... they will bring it back up and pass it when there isn't fear of a soon up coming election.

We aren't out of the woods yet. The only reason this got halted is because it was too much too quick. They will grease in small parts over years as earmarks and eventually it will be back.

Hopefully this was a wake up call to everyone that this administration rushes through what it wants under the dark of night in hopes no one will see. If it weren't for the black outs of sites like wiki and google to truly alert people who weren't aware of the bills, it would have passed no questions asked because no one would have known better


Already did. Why not? Why is this even a question? Anybody that got the email already did the first step, anybody who doesn't take the time to do the second is just a tool.


Why should I thank those idiots for doing their job and listening to the people for a change?