Great one. Also,
I'd hate to disagree. See a late night info-commercial. Most of them make the most ridiculous claims. They get away with it by putting a little disclaimer on the bottom. But more realisiticaly, they get away with it by having a huge legal team.
Or how about false advertising and getting away with it if you have connections, like advertising for a war under false premises and getting off scot-free, without media/courts/etc doing so much as even bringing it up? Or the credit rating agencies that made sure 'AAA' was stamped on anything that was put together by anyone with a Ivie-league school MBA? The list goes on.
So if I'm a small blogger and I give an endorsement to a product that is latter discovered to not work (which can be a legitimate mistake), I could get in trouble? Or if I say company x's product is better company y's product, and company y decides to put in a frivolous suit, now they can? And even ruin me if I don't have to money to defend against it? Not everything is black and white.
While the biggest theft in history is happening, the accomplices to it are searching to ever oppress freedom. They come out with their hands stained in blood to preach purity and put in generic legislation that puts the law on the side of whom can afford it. Never before has the phrase 'if you are not outraged you are not paying attention' apply.
I could be just paranoid, but I feel big money is making sure it is ever harder and harder for the small guy.