The City of Cambridge’s Building Inspector sent our campaign a letter threatening to levy a fine of $300 per day if the campaign did not remove the slogan “Only A Real Indian Can Defeat The Fake Indian” from the Shiva 4 Senate campaign bus.
Ayyadurai went on to receive the first U.S. Copyright for his invention on August 30, 1982, recognizing him as the inventor of email.
At the time, copyright was the only way to protect software inventions. His work and documents are displayed in the Smithsonian.
He criticized Warren for her divisive and irrational approach, which he said, “…is leading us nowhere.
My whole life has been about fighting for the truth while creating tangible solutions to real problems across the fields of communication, health, education, governance.
My campaign vows to fight this latest attack by Warren and the City of Cambridge. “We have a message for the City of Cambridge and Elizabeth Warren,” said Mike Mosca, Campaign Manager for the campaign, ‘Only A Real Indian Can Defeat a Fake Indian!’ ”
The slogan however, is draped on a bus, which is in the parking lot when not on the road. It’s not part of the building, which is free of any signs commercial, political or otherwise, argues Ayyadurai and his campaign.
We will not allow the racist Warren to unleash her fascists in the City of Cambridge to shutdown our historic slogan, attack the First Amendment, and extort monies from our campaign.
“The truth is that the Democratic Party is the party of codependency, based on making everyday people dependent on them for their ‘kindness and goodwill.
Kindly take a few moments to contribute whatever you can, $5, $25 or more to support our fight to defend the rights that our American revolutionaries died fighting for.
Entrepreneur Shiva Ayyadurai, who had been campaigning as a Republican, announced Saturday that he planned run as an independent.
“We dumped the Republican party in Massachusetts,” Ayyadurai said in a telephone interview.
“We’ve declared our independence.”