Net neutrality? How about net brutality?

If you like your internet, will you be able to afford it? Many recent articles have been written on this subject, but this is one that everyone should read to the very end.

Most important things to ponder:

Why is Comcast okay with it? Have you followed the money? Regulating and taxing will ruin the internet, but don’t take my word for it, here is one of many articles that lay down the facts. Why do they have to pass it for the rest of us to find out what’s in it?

Reported by NY Post:

“In his relentless drive to leave no aspect of American life unmolested, President Obama’s next stop is cyberspace. Having “reformed” US medicine, he now aims to “repair” the World Wide Web. If you like ObamaCare, you’ll love ObamaNet.

On Feb. 26, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on a “net neutrality” proposal to regulate broadband networks as if they were telephone monopolies back when copper wire was high tech.

ObamaNet would let Uncle Sam intervene in the price, product-innovation, and capacity decisions of Internet Service Providers, or ISPs.

Net neutrality? Let’s call it net brutality.

Like ObamaCare, ObamaNet would impose complex rules via Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. FDR signed that legislation seven years after “The Jazz Singer” (the first talkie) and seven years before Pearl Harbor. Astride this 81-year-old steed, Obama would lead the Internet’s charge into the 21st century.”


Michele Hickford wrote on Allen B. West website this week:

“Something insidious and secretive is quietly happening underneath our noses. Not that this is anything new from the Obama administration mind you, but since this one hits particularly close to home (i.e. this website and Facebook page), we thought we better alert you.

Within the last couple of weeks, both the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) have announced their intention to regulate (i.e. control) the Internet.

Your — and our — freedom of speech on these pages is under direct assault.

Let’s start with the attack by the FCC. You may have heard of something called “Net Neutrality.” Sounds good, right?






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