Net Neutrality Is Marxist?

Stuart Jansen sjansen at buscaluz.org
Tue Apr 13 16:09:28 MDT 2010


On Tue, 2010-04-13 at 10:37 -0600, Steven Alligood wrote:
> As soon as everyone starts believing that they cannot or will not do 
> without something, they have already lost and the companies win.  They 
> do everything they can to get people to believe that they have no 
> options; they then turn to the government and get them to regulate 
> something that the free market could have dealt with if people didn't 
> believe that they had no choice.

> And yes, if it's your job, then pick a place to live that has
> acceptable service.

Steve, I denounce you for the lazy, hypocritical slouch your are. I have
it on good authority that you do not have your own ground pump and water
purification system, but instead depend on the government to provide you
with a safe supply of water. I also have evidence that you did not pave
the rode your drive from home to work every day. Instead, like a leach
you have attached yourself to a transportation system built largely with
other people's tax money. Despite your protestation, you clearly
appreciate the benefits of regulated industry. You have not bravely
disconnected from the Utah power grid, but instead remain a slave to
cheap and convenient power. In short, you sir are the worst sort of
socialist: a hypocritical socialist.

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