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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    Yep, with more (unlimited?) taxation everything will be fixed. All we need to get wonderful ISPs is for a select few to pay more taxes.
    the right wing has even less; especially in alleged, Right to Work States.

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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by danielpalos View Post
    the right wing has even less; especially in alleged, Right to Work States.
    More of the usual from you:

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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    We already went to the Moon and back, last millennium. That is all the proof I need.

    Why do you want private sector involvement in infrastructure?

    It is capital intensive and can best be accomplished by the public sector, on a not for profit basis.

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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by MrWonka View Post
    By forcing people to pay more specifically for what they use, the result is that those of us who don't use as much will get it cheaper instead of subsidizing the usage of others who use way more.
    Is this why Obamacare worked out so well?
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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by danielpalos View Post
    the right wing has even less; especially in alleged, Right to Work States.
    Yes, it's terribly not being forced to pay a union you don't want to join, to represent you, to spend your money on politics you don't agree on... that's why everywhere unions aren't forced on people they collapse.
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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by danielpalos View Post
    We already went to the Moon and back, last millennium. That is all the proof I need.

    Why do you want private sector involvement in infrastructure?

    It is capital intensive and can best be accomplished by the public sector, on a not for profit basis.
    Actually, Nasa was a mess, we had plans to be on Mars by the early 80's but, Government being fickle, didn't do it, canceled the Apollo and follow on missions. Blame Nixon, go look it up.
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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by Renae View Post
    Yes, the state of the Highways in America make me really think handing over the Internet Infrastructure to "Government" is a great idea...
    You seem to forget that the Government is the reason we HAVE those highways in the first place.
    This is what a libertarian highway looks like:

    https://www.facebook.com/glimboo/vid...9964741757240/

    Also, government isn't going to get into the infrastructure business, it's just supposed to make sure it meets suitable standards. That's protection of the end user.

    The Government didn't build the highways, they just ensured that they would be built proper. It is up to taxpayers and elected leaders to make sure that they get the revenue they need.
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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    My cable bill didn't go down, the **** is OP on about?
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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by Renae View Post
    Yes, it's terribly not being forced to pay a union you don't want to join, to represent you, to spend your money on politics you don't agree on... that's why everywhere unions aren't forced on people they collapse.
    It is for collective bargaining, which that individual benefits from.

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    Re: Positive Benefits to Ending Net Neutrality...

    Quote Originally Posted by Checkerboard Strangler View Post
    You seem to forget that the Government is the reason we HAVE those highways in the first place.
    This is what a libertarian highway looks like:

    https://www.facebook.com/glimboo/vid...9964741757240/
    Don't do this. You're engaging based on a ridiculous premise. Renae is claiming the internet under net neutrality is "handed over" to the government. Airlines are heavily regulated, but the government doesn't own them.
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