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Congrats to all the culture warriors here who thought that defeating crooked hillary was worth destroying our Healthcare system, Internet, global respect, and ballooning the debt to finance tax cuts for the rich. You really ruined it for the rest of us.You gotta crack a few eggs to make an omelette.
I don't get hung up on penalizing people for being successful. The amount of taxes paid by high-wage earners that flow to low-income earners, combined with the taxes that low-income earners never pay...I would be more interested in closing loopholes in the tax code. As a principle I don't believe that some rich person should have their income redistributed to me for no reason other than they've accumulated wealth.Lol. This has got to be the most impressive trick ever pulled.
The mistake you are making is thinking Comcast and the government aren't the same thing.There were not rules only drafts before 2015.How is this difficult to understand? 2015 was the year the FCC made ISPs Title II carriers. That's the only significance of 2015. The rules stayed the same.NobodyHere Race. Keep in mind this article is from 2012.You firstSo Verizon sued because there weren't rules in place? Use some logic Race.They weren't in place in 2014 so that didn't helpGet ready to call me names then riddle me this - how in the fuck did the internets get so big and so many people made so much money when there was no net neutrality until 2015 when after several failed attempts to get this vital popular legislation passed failed?Because net neutrality rules were in place. Verizon successfully sued in 2014 because they believed the FCC didn't have authority to force NN. That's when Title II was applied giving the FCC authority.
All of sudden its the most vital issue for our surfing of porn? Not buying it.
Obama regulation that leftists are willing to blow shit up for is not convincing me. Do better
HTH. Probably won't.
I linked the history
What is it you guys don't want to say about what this is really about? You can open up here. No one is reading
https://gigaom.com/2012/07/03/inside-verizons-attack-on-network-neutrality/The gist for these debates was a series of decisions beginning in 2002 in which the FCC basically said cable, DSL and wireless were information services — which the FCC doesn’t regulate as stringently — as opposed to a telecommunications service which it does.
Here's the FCC ruling in 2002.
Who feeds you this bullshit? Genuinely curious.
I pasted wiki
The concept has been around for ever but only in effect since 2015. We survived 20 years with out it
Why do you want it regulated so bad? Use your own words
The regulations are akin to ISPs being unable to touch the data entering my home.
Why do you want to give Comcast free rein to the last mile?
I haven't dealt with comcast since 1999
I am far more concerned about the government stifling content than comcast. Look at the track record
I want a free range internet. No regulations let the strong survive