Your comment is awful. First of all what is a 'scammer'. Do you mean 'spammer?' Yes they are annoying. I don't like them. Second, the comment you disagreed with was correct. Your negation has only introduced confusion to a clear issue. Third, you'll have to elaborate on this symbiosis/intelligence connection - I just am not quite understanding you there. Fourth you're a dumb ass for 'ebola' and 'crackhead' and assuming 'scammers' are stupid. Given the sophistication of modern security systems, I would guess that most 'scammers' or 'spammers' are fluent in various programming languages and network protocols.
Of all the tepid websites in recent memory, none is more nasty, devaluing and incendiary as Craigslist.
It is their arbitrary banning system, zero human presence, Harvard Graphics 1.0 interface, low-ballers, demonic forum 'helpers' and their just utterly, utterly despicable attitude that has doomed them.
Having used the site normally without event for four years, my account was suddenly banned when I asked one of those helper creatures in the forum why everyone's posts were being immediately flagged off.
Obama already said he was vetoing the bill and so he will. Which makes the point of this article vague.
I will address this issue however ... In terms of 'always vote for smaller government' ... this is an massive fail; because the resulting power vacuum will be occupied by something much worse than than government: corporations. Who are under no obligation to maintain a safe or dignified society, obey the rule of law, act as accountable for their actions, or even have a human representative as an identity. They have no tradition, no values, no culture and no purpose other than to employ American citizens (which they increasingly fail to do). If you'd prefer Jason or Freddie Kruegger as an overlord, then by all means, make the government so small that it becomes nothing more than an empty shell, a dead, impotent subterfuge of what used to be 'America' ... government is not great either, but it has to be there.