Con David Barton: Bible against Net Neutrality | User Submitted
[/QUOTE] Social conservative and evangelical David Barton is against net neutrality because he says it goes against the principles of Ben Franklin, the Pilgrims, and the Bible. Barton declared that net neutrality is "wicked stuff, and I don't use that word very often, but this is wicked stuff." The controversy surrounding net neutrality relates to a push by the FCC to get Congress to pass legislation that would prevent internet service providers from blocking access to certain web content providers, and force them to treat all web content providers equally. "Fair is a word no Christian should ever use in their vocabulary," Barton said. "Fair has nothing to do with anything. What you want is justice, you don't want fairness." [QUOTE]
Thou shalt not stop corporations from raking in profits at your expense.
In the full article, Barton says that free market economics is a biblical principle. Funny, because I thought the money changers in the temple was pretty "free market." I guess that Jesus didn't understand the Bible either.