Never ceases to amaze me, given the track record of this administration, how genetically gullible, or genetically faithful to this regime, people can be.
This fact should be a red flag. A BIG red flag.
The full text of the rules will not be revealed to the public until after the FCC’s vote on Thursday morning.
The gullible have been conditioned to believe in vapor. Beginning with “hope and change.” Then there was the “Affordable Care Act.”
Who did not have hope? Everyone had hope. What we didn’t know, well, what people who voted for Obama didn’t know, is just what his hopes were and what kind of change he had in mind. The Affordable Care Act turned out to be anything but affordable. In fact, the President won the “lie of the year” for it.
Now comes the next nondescript, warm and fuzzy sounding set of government regulations called Net Neutrality. Sounds quite “fair” doesn’t it? There’s nothing about the internet that is broken or that requires the government to step in and take it over too! Where is the evidence that things the government controls actually works?
Ask yourself, given recent history, and given the fact that we can’t know, and therefore won’t have the opportunity for public input, what kind of regulations we are in store for until after it is voted on by the FCC, what makes you think the end result will be anything good for the country or compatible with the First Amendment? Especially since this takeover is being done entirely outside of the legislative process. By-passing Congress yet again.
Where is your confidence that the end result will be anything that anyone wants?
One can not even say “anything that is being promised” because the Obama administration (the most open and transparent one) is keeping its content secret. That should tell you that the purpose has nothing to do with fairness or neutral-ness. It has everything to do with control of yet another sector of the private economy and content, aka speech.