This is an even-more-cackhanded than usual marketing effort by Oracle. CentOS has made some significant changes since 2011, with some major players (hosting providers, mostly) ponying up an appropriate amount of resources to make things significantly better in 2012 than 2011. This marketing campaign preys on the FUD of "what if the bad old days came back?" A more realistic analysis is that 2011 woke the CentOS community up, and the community did the right thing. If Oracle wanted to play this sort of game, they should have done it in 2011, not now.
Late hit, 2 beer penalty. Send Larry out next time, he was really amusing with the "I like Linux because it puts more money in my pocket" speech.