Republicans drafting legislation to enforce net neutrality

Congressional Republicans are drafting an "industry-backed proposal" to enforce net neutrality rules while preventing the Federal Communications Commission from reclassifying Internet service as a utility, The Washington Post reported today. The Republicans "appear likely to introduce legislation next month," the report said.

If you vote for a Democrat, you get net neutrality.

If you vote for a Republican, you also get net neutrality.

But the people mostly don't know what net neutrality is.

Who do we vote for if we want the government to leave the internet alone?

Who do we vote for if we want major public policy changes to be debated and negotiated in public before legislation is passed?

"None of the above" sounds about right.

This entry was published Fri Dec 19 15:29:25 CST 2014 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2014-12-19 14:57:22.0. [Tweet]

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