There has been a rule in USENET for many years, the so-called The Hitler Rule.
This rule states that the first person to mention Hitler in a flame war, loses.
Given the heat of the Mandatory ISP Level Filtering debate, a new rule is needed
The first person to equate free speech with an unrestricted right to access child pornography, loses.
It seems only fair that since this phase of the mandatory ISP level filtering debate was opened by Senator Conroy in just this fashion, the rule should be named after him, hence "The Conroy Rule".
Update 29/11:For those that wish to quote the rule in other places, I think I prefer David Vaile's more concise statement of the rule that he included in the notice to participants of the Cyber Law forum. To wit:
The first person to equate free speech with child pornography, loses.
The reason the simpler wording is preferred is that the original statement could be twisted by some to suggest that there is a case being put for restricted access to child pornography on free speech grounds. This is not the case and anyone who is making such a claim should be prepared to back it up.