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February 26, 2014

Something Amiss

Something is amiss. A U.S. government agency is granting the right for individuals to harass businesses of all sorts and sizes for infringing what is supposed to be the legal right of exclusionary practice. Paying no regard for the law or facts relevant to the matter before them, Federal courts routinely protect businesses from these harassers. One may call this abject corruption, but only the harassers with their legal rights summarily stolen are complaining. Everyone else with any political juice wants the harassment to stop, most notably corporate sycophants in the form of the Federal judiciary, and state and federal legislators. The solution is simple: only allow patents to be owned by corporations approved by the government. Effectively, that is what has happened anyway. Make it the law of the land. Stop shirking from supporting big business, so that the injustice and inequality that made this nation what it is can continue to thrive, while wage slaves of all stripes toil and live hand-to-mouth, with no prospect of prospering from their inventions. There is a natural order and it must be defended.

Posted by Patent Hawk at February 26, 2014 3:24 AM | The Patent System