Oh the hypocrisy ... these dumb cunts ostensibly are using a copyrighted image, but "The Site" is not an attorney ... so, what does it know?

Another draft that needs a lot of work before release…
Not ready for public consumption.

YouTube has removed a video posted by State Superintendent Ryan Walters that included unauthorized use of property from the Tulsa World, which is an absolute load of shit in this non-attorney spokesits opinion. If it were “The Site,” it would contest the claim through YouTube and state that it is Fair Use!

Don’t let the #Bureaucratic OKIEgarchy win another form of suppressing speech that is critical of these #BureauCunts. 

Frankly, “The Site” is a bit confused about this one. Ryan Walters appears to be one of those rare exceptions to the rule. He’s a #BureauCunt; yet, he’s doing his damnedest to disrupt it. #GoPokes!

PS There is a whole lot more to come on this topic. For example, Deborah Gist needs to be, not only removed from the position of Superintendent, but she should (in “The Site’s” opinion) be stripped of her teaching credentials, too – at least until someone teaches her what reality is.* 
— À lire sur tulsaworld.com/content/tncms/live/

FAIR USE! Especially when it is critical of the Bureaucratic Oligarchy that has infested what was formerly known as the United States of America.

Welcome to the U.S.S.A. (Ryan, don’t let them win. Also, if you’d like for “The Site” to host your video, it would be more than happy to do so. It’s not scared of the #BO. It can handle anything they want to throw at it. Just send an email, and “The Site” will get it uploaded pronto. Sony / BMG didn’t win. It’s not worried about the #BureauCunts’ lobbyist and propaganda machine called Oklahoma Press Association, ostensibly with dubious connections to America’s MOST DISGUSTING Orange.

The invitation is open. 

*Reason Number 174, why Deborah Gist should be removed from the Superintendent position at Tulsa Public Schools.

From The New York Times:
Deborah Gist, Ronnie Jobe

The couple met in April at the Summit, a Tulsa social club, where they bonded over the songs of the Bee Gees.

First issue: raise your hand if you can relate to hanging out at the Summit? 

Second issue: raise your hand if you would even consider putting your Tulsa wedding in the New York Times?

Third issue: her fucking hair.



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