The Daily Caller reports:
The source and now YouTube complainant, David McFatridge of “Citizen Media for We The People,” is an environmentalist and, according to Inhofe’s office, has eliminated all content related to Armendariz’s speech from his YouTube channel.
McFatridge’s complaint comes despite the fact that his page reads, “Consider ALL video Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed)”.
- Excessive fines are unconstitutional.
- But it takes money to mount a case that would probably have to go to the SCOTUS for the EPA's use of them to be so declared.
- Big Business can fight such excesses with relative ease. They even get exclusions from the EPA.
- Little guys, small businesses -- the big guy's competitors -- cannot.