Net Neutrality: Sounds harmless enough!

Why does the Internet need to be “neutralized?”

“Net Neutrality” is just a clever cover for “government takeover of the internet.”

In what is undoubtedly the equivalent of, “Let’s pass the bull, to see what’s in the bull,” the net neutrality bill even has the FCC Commissioner himself wondering why Obama is trying to conceal it from the American public.

As reported in Western Journalism, the FCC Commissioner wonders about this big-government “power-grab:”

I am disappointed that the plan will not be released publicly. The FCC should be as open and transparent as the Internet itself and post the entire document on its website. Instead, it looks like the FCC will have to pass the President’s plan before the American people will be able to find out what’s really in it.~FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai

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In addition to sharing how Obama is keeping the plan secret, the commissioner also shared what he thinks about the plan.

He states that Obama’s plan “marks a monumental shift toward government control of the Internet” that will allow the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to “micromanage virtually every aspect of how the Internet works.”