Yes, my children and my children’s children need to have all the facts when are looking for answers to the question ‘How did the state of the Nation come to this?’. Everyone including my middle school kids know that what you say, the views you express, and the opinions you put on the World Wide Web are there forever and could follow you not only throughout your life but could become part of your legacy when your gone. He’s the President of the United States of America, his word, thoughts and reactions matter and have they’re far reaching. His words hold special power in in the minds of leaders, everyday citizens and even children. That alone should make them a historical document and be preserved for future generations. Whether or not he or his children’s children will want to relive all of his petty tweets is irrelevant, he’s a big boy-it’s time he learned that in real life your actions and words may have consequences if you chose to post every thought that zips through your head before thinking it through. The name of the bill really is unnecessary though, please take out the petty reference and give it a name that sounds less like a rule a kindergarten came up with in a made up game on the playground.