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Petition to preserve net neutrality

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1Petition to preserve net neutrality Empty Petition to preserve net neutrality on 8/10/2010, 6:12 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan

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Please sign this very important petition.

othershoe1030

othershoe1030
Floridatexan wrote:
http://savetheinternet.com/fcc-comments

Please sign this very important petition.
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Here we go again with the corporations running everything. This is more important than most people realize. It is not the sexiest of causes so it is not on most people's radar.
Thanks for posting this FLTX.

othershoe1030

othershoe1030
othershoe1030 wrote:
Floridatexan wrote:
http://savetheinternet.com/fcc-comments

Please sign this very important petition.
[b]


Here we go again with the corporations running everything. This is more important than most people realize. It is not the sexiest of causes so it is not on most people's radar.
Thanks for posting this FLTX.

Michelle Bachmann Rep. from Minnesota wrongly claims that Net Neutrality is "government censorship".
This of course is exactly the opposite of what Net Neutrality is. It is an attempt to keep corporations from giving faster service to some Internet users over others. Those who can pay will be provided with faster access than those who cannot.

Bachmann, a Tea Party favorite, comes down not on the side of the people (as you might expect a TPer to do given what they espouse) but on the side of corporations and big business. No wonder some people are confused.
If you want to see her making these claims go to Youtube and enter Michelle Bachmann net neutrality. There was an F bomb flashed on the screen as a comment by the editor of the clip so I didn't want to post the link here. Smile
Oh, and of course she has F news to thank for giving her the time to so misinform the public and make a fool of herself, again.

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I wouldnt sign anything that Fltexan was pushing.

besides, the GOV is trying to take over the net. why wouldnt they? its a great source of revenue and has all our personal info on it. Thats what dictators do.

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