I guess I don't understand the problem, nor do I see a reasonable argument. What part of "no antenna" did you fail to understand as you voluntarily signed your name in agreement?
While I DO agree that an agreement was entered into the problem is that more and MORE communities are coming under HOA's. This limits the availability of good housing areas nearby schools, urban centres etc that allow antennas. One may even argue that it infringes upon one's rights to peaceful enjoyment of one's property. The proposal does not in any way give the radio operator carte-blanch to put up whatever he wants and it still limits any antenna to what is deemed "effective". The federal government came to realize the effectiveness and usefulness of amateurs in the aftermath of Katrina and is seeking to allow them to continue to be able to provide such services to their communities should the need arise regardless of where they live. One should not have to choose to live in a different school district or have a long commute to work simply because some power hungry group decides what you can and cannot do with your own property. While I understand that baet-up rusting cars on jacks in the yard may be unsightly a simple ground mounted antenna behind the house or a wire antenna not even visible is far from that. I think the best idea would be that existing HOA agreements should be grandfathered and stand as-is while new agreements should be included under the proposed changes.