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Save American Inventors

Oppose HR 3309 - The So-Called Innovation Act

HR 3309 is being rammed through Congress at breakneck speed because in reality it is a hienous attack on the rights of small inventors. Multi-national corporations, many with little if any loyalty to our country, want to facilitate the rip off American inventors, our greatest national asset.


Stop the vicious assult on American inventors now being rammed through Congrees. HR 3309, the so-called Inovation Act, may be on the floor this week. It will make our inventors and innovators vulnerable to blantant theft by foreign & multinationals companies. HR3309 complicates and puts restrtictions on the patent defense of honest inventors supposedly to counter "patent trolls," which is anyone who allies with a small inventor to enforce his or her ownership rights. Don't be fooled by this age old tactic of demonizing one's opponent to draw attention away from the actual issues being decided.  In this case the mega multi-national companies behind HR3309 are trying to rewrite the rules so they can steal from the little guys who come up with breakthrough concepts and technology.


Multinational corporations, many of which have been found guilty of infringement multiple times are pushing this anti-inventor legislation. 


There is no justification for ramming legislation of such serious consequence through Congress without giving the public a chance to have it's input on it.  This is not how America's legislative process was intended to work . . . backroom deals and rushed proceedings.  Don't let Congress take away OUR patent rights that were put into our Constitution by the Founders of our country.


Stop HR 3309 before it undermines American prosperity by undercutting our country's greatest asset, the creative genius of our inventors and technology innovators.



Public Comments
Dec 4th, 2013
Mary Jane H. from Huntington Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
George M. from Akron, OH writes:
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Keep Strong Laws to protect Patent Protection
Dec 4th, 2013
Michael D. from Oakton, VA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Ave' M. from Huntington Beach, CA writes:
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Stop HR 3309, You guys are loosing more of us Republicans to the Independent and teaparty!
Dec 4th, 2013
James M. from Huntington Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
James K. from Fountain Valley, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Mary S. from Newport Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Linda D. from Dana Point, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
larry g. from Huntington Beach, CA writes:
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stand your ground .this congress is not for the best intrest of all americans they all need replaced in order to save what we call america . they wont and arent standing there ground.and bahner should be replaced .he just wants to be re-elected, not save the country.
Dec 4th, 2013
Jeremy R. from Stevensville, MT signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Patrick D. from Redondo Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Mary W. from Corona Del Mar, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Someone from Corona Del Mar, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Denice H. from Laguna Niguel, CA writes:
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I insist every congressmen and senator vote NO on HR 3309. STOP giving our blessed country away!!!
Dec 4th, 2013
Jody V. from Laguna Niguel, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Thomas K. from Huntington Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Wayne H. from Fountain Valley, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Someone from Huntington Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Someone from Costa Mesa, CA writes:
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Vote NO on HR 3309!!
Dec 4th, 2013
LEEDA J. from Huntington Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
dolores f. from Brighton, CO signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Andrew H. from Topeka, KS signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
HANS-PETER H. from Stamford, CT writes:
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Prevent destruction of American inventor's rights and protection of intelllectual property - a direct measure of freedom.
Dec 4th, 2013
Tom and Nancy S. from Laguna Niguel, CA writes:
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Thomas Edison would be appauled. Vote NO.
Dec 4th, 2013
Pamela V. from Aliso Viejo, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Cynthia U. from Laguna Beach, CA writes:
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Congress ought to know better. Also we do not need another 'pass it to learn what's in it' legislation!
Dec 4th, 2013
Pat G. from Huntington Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Someone from Irvine, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Elizabeth W. from Costa Mesa, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Nick F. from Massapequa, NY writes:
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The government should not be in the business of picking winners and losers at their own discretion. That is anti capitalism and anti American! By restricting the rights of patent owners as they did in HR1249 and are continuing to do in the present bill they are facilitating a takings of private property.
Dec 4th, 2013
Someone from Huntington Beach, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Tom P. from Costa Mesa, CA writes:
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Please vote no.
Dec 4th, 2013
RENEE B. from Sacramento, CA writes:
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SAVE AMERICAN INGENUITY!!!!
Dec 4th, 2013
Someone from Stamford, CT signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
lawrence p. from Huntington Beach, CA writes:
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The growth of corporations in the last 20 years has made the world multi-national, for money and businesses are now beyond border controls, and here, the multi-nationals want license to use any patent under the false impression of the common good. This bill makes theft legal. I oppose it more than anything facing congress this year.
Dec 4th, 2013
James W. from Huntington Beach, CA writes:
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We must stop this kind of eroding NONSENSE and return AMERICA back to the AMERICAN people. If you are not intelligent enough to do this you simply must be patriotic and resign!! 'Nuff Said!
Dec 4th, 2013
Gilbert F. from Costa Mesa, CA signed.
Dec 4th, 2013
Laurel L. from Costa Mesa, CA writes:
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Unlike Obamacare legislation, let the public read it and know what's in it before it passes!
Dec 4th, 2013
Glenn R. from Huntington Beach, CA writes:
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Please save the little technology incubators! We are already suffering from the onslaught of predatory taxation. And, now legal ownership in intellectual property is being stripped away. Imagine a big multinational stealing your little company's real estate assets with legal immunity. How is that any different from stealing your intellectual property. Property is property!
Dec 4th, 2013
Richard S. from Newport Beach, CA signed.