Dodd is essentially saying that Obama is staying bought. And that the DoJ moves against MegaUpload, intransigence on ACTA, moves at the FBI, revival talk about SOPA is the administration trying to make up for their failure to do what they had been paid to do.
I cannot think of a more naturally collaborative environment than the Internet. Restricting that collaborative nature by an overly strict imposition of artificial monopolies on words, sounds and images is anathema.
Chris Dodd and Lamar Smith have made themselves two of the most hated men in America by their attempts to restrict Internet freedoms. The sooner that fact sinks in for them, the better for all.
And use the logic of the RIAA in doing so. For the time that your post was affected by the take down, assume that Google would have sent a user to your page if any word or words on the page was a match for any Google query (Bing too, if that was also affected).
Then assume that any visitor to your page would have clicked on every ad and would be following you on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Also assume the good will of every visitor.
Then sue for loss of revenue, growth and good will.