The YouTube (Google) video sparking holy war across the world is still up on YouTube and vigilantly defended as protected by the First Amendment.
A satirical political ad called Romney Girl was pulled within 24 hours due to threats of lawsuits by the song's copyright owners.
So much for the 1st Amendment.
Capitalism is our holy book that cannot be violated.
The amateurish, but obviously offensive, YouTube video is still up. Despite calls from Muslims and the White House to remove it from YouTube it remains, and now the long-version is available online.
Here is one version that has been seen by over 5 million people.
Google (the owner of YouTube) refused to take it down after a request by the White House. They are protecting the first amendment rights of haters.
Request Denied: Google Will Not Remove Film From YouTubeMeanwhile, earlier this week, a satirical political video called Romney Girl was also put up on YouTube. But it has been blocked and taken down.
Google Inc rejected a request by the White House on Friday to reconsider its decision to keep online a controversial YouTube movie clip that has ignited anti-American protests in the Middle East.
Here is a taste of this obviously, silly video as covered by Chris Matthews
Universal Music wants 'Romney Girl' video pulled from YouTubeSo much for the First Amendment.
The end may be near, on YouTube anyway, for “Romney Girl,” a politically pointed video satire jabbing Massachusetts Gov. and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, now that creators have stated that Universal Music Group has ordered the video to pulled by 5 p.m. Friday on charges of copyright infringement.
“Romney Girl” adapts the music from the 1997 dance-pop hit by Aqua into a satirical celebration of Romney’s wealth and his reluctance to release more financial information, a tack that the video’s creators argue represents “fair use” of the source material.
Facing worldwide Holy War, Google is a vigilant defender of the First Amendment.
Facing a lawsuit by a record company, they crumble and comply in 24 hours.