Posted on February 14, 2015 by JayWill7497
Big government can’t seem to keep its grubby hands off of nearly everything.
The most recent insult: President Obama and the FCC are going to take control of the Internet on February 26th if we do not do everything we can do to stop them right now.
A plan deceivingly referred to as “Net Neutrality,” will involve declaring the Internet a “public utility” and gives the FCC the power to choose what Internet service providers can charge and how they function. This is not only a direct attack on the free market, but it will also result in an increase in Internet access fees for millions of consumers in America. It’s a enormous tax on the middle class, plain and simple.
The details are complex but here is the truth: If “Net Neutrality” is passed, for the first time ever, the Internet will be under the rule of an flawed regulation created for land line telephones. President Obama wants to take something that is working just fine, and tie it up in red tape–sound familiar? We’ve seen this video before–it’s called ObamaCare.
The FCC plans to vote on Feb. 26th on whether or not the government should take their typical heavy handed strategy to controlling the Internet or do the right thing and leave it alone.
I require your help to say to President Obama and the FCC: “Don’t mess with the Internet!”
An unregulated Internet has been the sole greatest catalyst in history for personal liberty and free markets on the planet. It has produced the greatest revolution since Henry Ford developed the Model T.
Let’s get this straight–technology has advanced because it has been driven by a free and open Internet–not because of DC bureaucrats. This latest effort to regulate the web threatens to interrupt that positive innovation, set the market back, and kill jobs.
A free, thriving Internet is as important as anything man has ever created. But those freedoms are under assault.
Please, stand up and help protect Internet freedom by protesting and telling Obama “Don’t mess with the Internet!
These attempts to regulate the Internet are a direct attack on the freedom of information and an innovative market. The government needs to stay out of the way.
Free markets are worth protecting. Please tell your friends, your families, that there’s nothing neutral about net neutrality. We have to stop this aggressive, invasive, and harmful regulation and we need all the help we can get to do it.
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