the two parties set aside their differences because everyone opposes repealing net neutrality
This country could do great things if we were truly united. Imagine what we could do with world peace. Space exploration, cures of diseases, massive orgies, picnics, etc.
@Depressed Retail Guy, what was that third one?
@AJMalone, cure diseases?
@Depressed Retail Guy, it's been a while since we burned someone at the stake. I think we should go with that. Or the orgy. Let's just all get together and see what happens.
@AJMalone, cures of diseases, yeah I picked that up too
@Depressed Retail Guy, I’m in. *unzips pants*...
What. He did say space exploration
@Depressed Retail Guy, eliminate the two party system we've been locked in and let's all be friends
@Depressed Retail Guy, ha no
@GunSupporter, why not burn someone at the stake and then the orgy while they burn?
@mogonatural, I'll explore your space
@AJMalone, massive orgies
@Depressed Retail Guy, I was about to comment massive orgies before I read it
@Depressed Retail Guy, imagine all the wars we could have...
@Depressed Retail Guy, this is why I try to stay as reasonable as I can on politics. I lean towards the liberal side, but there are plenty of conservative things I support
@mogonatural, oh honey, I've got some space you can explore honey
Except the vote is pretty much along party lines that Republicans support Ajit Pai and ending net neutrality.
@Dragoon0106, that’s exactly why I don’t think it will pass. Republicans are already very worried about the midterm elections. I can’t imagine they’d pass a bill that is so universally disliked.
@BearDaniels, isn't this just a change by the FCC? There isn't a vote or bill on it by congress.
@Oujosh29, the official stance of the Republican party is that they support it. You're right that it isn't a vote in Congress. But Ted Cruz, Marco rubio, a bunch of other Republicans have all tried to repeal net neutrality in the past. The Restore Internet Freedom Act
@Dragoon0106, Most Republican politicians do, but just about everyone I know IRL is a republican and I don't know a single person who supports repeal of net neutrality, at least out loud
@ParadoxBacon, so like, don’t vote for people who want to repeal it?
Would’t Legolas be the Democrat? Also fück Ajit pai
@SirTickleTots, I stole this but I thought the same thing.
Me and Liberachi charging into battle
(Despite that im pretty sure neither of us are party members)
I mean yeah, it's cool net neutrality is a defining issue. It's too bad one of those parties hates gays and the poor.
Wouldn't the internet service providers that act like net neutrality is still in place get the most business even if it is repealed? If my internet service provider suddenly made a bunch of websites I use often pay for higher internet speeds, I would first call them and tell them to cut the shjt. If they still refused, I'd change to someone that acted like it was still in place. If I owned a website and an ISP told me I had to pay for them to apply higher internet speeds on my website, I'd tell them to go fvck themselves.
Edit: originally had "phone companies" where it says ISP now (changed it for more accuracy), grammar
@DjckIce, a lot of ISP will do this because people are greedy a$$holes that don’t know how to fvcking share an amazing invention. So finding an ISP that supports it would be hard and less likely to have such a good internet speed.
@Optical Nudist, What you're saying is true and it would probably be a less known ISP or completely new, but it would be able to speed its connection up as it gets more money to advance its technology. The best way to take advantage of net neutrality's repeal would be to not change your policy and let all of the customers come to you after getting upset ("upset" being used very lightly) with their old ISP. Of course, if no website pays any ISP for higher speed, and the ISPs refuse to give speed, the customers will still change to the theoretical ISP mentioned above (the one not forcing websites to pay and keeping net neutrality as a policy rather than a law). Every ISP is better off without changing their policies, whether they know it or not.
@DjckIce, there is always an outlier. So you would be very correct. Logically speaking it would be a much safer business to keep net neutrality
"Fvcking Corrupt Coaliton"