Industry Minister Tony Clement has songs in his I-Pod that he didn't pay for. He should be removed from Cabinet right away while we call in the RCMP and hold a full public inquiry! He should be arrested and put to a civilian court to determine the appropriate prison sentence. And it shouldn't stop at Clement; I demand the search and seizure of every I-Pod owned by every MP in Parliament. Let's smoke 'em all out. Okay, I'm just kidding, if you didn't figure that out already.
For the record, I don't download illegal music anymore. I did in University when nearly every student was using Napster, but I reached a point where I realized that I don't have the right to free music. The old argument was always that you used to have to buy an entire album to acquire that one song you like. The CDs that I own, 90% of them only have one good song. Now with I-Tunes, I can buy that song for 99 cents instead of having to pay an additional $15 for the other 12 lousy songs. But I would like to pay artists for enjoying their songs, and I-Tunes now gives me the opportunity to do that.