Thirty-five different teabagger groups wrote the FCC to ask them to abolish net neutrality:
These proposed regulations would permit the FCC to dictate how the networks that serve as the backbone of the Internet are managed, thereby removing incentives for further investment and opening the door for price setting or future regulatory action. It could also remove the ability for parents and ISPs to prevent inappropriate material from entering the home. This regulatory “reclassification” would effectively turn innovative private Internet services into a public utility.
Unlike these teabaggers, I dream of the day that Internet services become a public utility. And saying that the FCC would prevent parents from installing siteblocker software is getting into death panel levels of fear and stupidity.
It’s also interesting to read the analysis of the TechCrunch writer who unearthed this turd, because he doesn’t get that teabaggers oppose net neutrality mainly because Obama is for it. That’s as much as you really need to know about any teabagger emission.