The Democrat Congress couldn’t pass Net Neutrality – and in fact 302 of its members were opposedto the FCC unilaterally force-feeding it to us.

Please note: The FCC has zero authority over anything unless and until Congress writes a law that says “Hey FCC, do this.”  And as FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski readily admits, Congress has never done so with the Internet.

As the D.C. Circuit Court unanimously reminded them in April 2010 – when it threw out their first attempt to impose Net Neutrality.

And ask the newspapers and publishers of the world where “print” journalism is headed.

All things news, media and communications will in the not-too-distant future be delivered solely on the Web.

Thusly is Net Neutrality your one-day-soon one-stop-shop for censorship.

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