"I am pleased that there is broad agreement inside the commission that we should move forward with a healthy and transparent process on an open Internet," FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said.
FCC Chairman, Julius Genachowski is Marxist promoter of "social justice" which, in case you need a translation, means Communistic Redistribution of your money and property. It's a pretty safe bet that anything he's in favor of....I'm opposed to. And this is a good example.
This innocuous sounding quote—I just love the way they pepper their totalitarian speech with words like "healthy and transparent" and "open". Just like they use "democracy" when they mean "socialism", knowing most Americans hear "democracy" and think "republic"—is banging the drum for government CONTROL of CONTENT of the internet. And don't let his lying bullshit fool you.
Julius Genachhowski is a habitue of Free Press, which the Media Research Center and NewBusters.org call "the Media Reform Wing of the Social Justice Movement", and co-author of The Structural Imbalance of Talk Radio, in which he argued for the government to "remedy" the "problem" of conservative talk radio, by among other things, forcing commercial owners who fail to abide by their (fairness doctrine?) rules to pay a fee that would subsidize (Leftwing) Public Broadcasting.
Public Comment on this further Government Grab of our freedoms...and those of commercial enterprises....and threat to the economic free market and the free exchange of ideas—is open until January 14. Please bombard them every day....EVERY DAY...with comments AGAINST this attempt to take over and destroy this last frontier of freedom! And get every one of your liberty-loving friends to do the same thing.
Do it HERE. Click on the number 07-52. "Commission Inquiry Into Broadband Market Practices Docket, which will take you to a form for filing a comment.
Oh...and for once, John McCain gets it right:
With the threat of of a court fight looming, Democrats in Congress are mulling legislative options to promote net neutrality. But Senator John McCain, an Arizona Republican, said he introduced legislation on Thursday aimed at prohibiting the FCC from enacting rules to regulate the Internet.
You might want to send him a "atta boy".
Enemy of the Imperial State