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Unclassified => We The Consumers => Topic started by: NightmarePatrol on December 14, 2017, 06:48:01 PM



Title: Net Neutrality
Post by: NightmarePatrol on December 14, 2017, 06:48:01 PM
Well... I'm pissed. quite honestly you should be too.

Here's a partial list of pocket lining some of our reps got to support this piece of crap.

Mo Brooks, Alabama, $26,000
Ron Estes, Kansas, $13,807
Thomas Massie, Kentucky, $25,000
Ralph Norman, South Carolina, $15,050
John Moolenaar, Michigan, $25,000
Neal Dunn, Florida, $18,500
Mike Bishop, Michigan, $68,250
Alex Mooney, West Virginia, $17,750
Glenn “GT” Thompson, Pennsylvania, $70,500
Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri, $105,000
Paul Gosar, Arizona, $12,250
Richard W. Allen, Georgia, $24,250
Kevin Cramer, North Dakota, $168,500
Greg Walden, Oregon, $1,605,986
Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee, $600,999
Billy Long, Missouri, $221,500
Gregg Harper, Mississippi, $245,200
Brett Guthrie, Kentucky, $398,500
Bill Johnson, Ohio, $196,666
Jeff Duncan, South Carolina, $41,830
Earl “Buddy” Carter, Georgia, $39,250
Susan Brooks, Indiana, $168,500
Gus Bilirakis, Florida, $234,400
Markwayne Mullin, Oklahoma, $141,750
Mimi Walters, California, $161,500
Joe Barton, Texas, $1,262,757
Bill Flores, Texas, $127,500
Pete Olson, Texas, $220,500
Morgan Griffith, Virginia, $198,900
Tim Walberg, Michigan, $131,850
Fred Upton, Michigan, $1,590,125
Joe Wilson, South Carolina, $104,750
Martha McSally, Arizona, $84,936
Blake Farenthold, Texas, $64,250
Steve Womack, Arkansas, $104,750
Tom Marino, Pennsylvania, $130,700
Louie Gohmert, Texas, $85,055
Walter Jones, North Carolina, $72,800
Leonard Lance, New Jersey, $290,550
Steve Chabot, Ohio, $332,083
Bob Goodlatte, Virginia, $815,099
Andy Biggs, Arizona, $19,500
Mark Walker, North Carolina, $35,750
Glenn Grothman, Wisconsin, $21,200
Ken Buck, Colorado, $79,350
Larry Bucshon, Indiana, $71,750
Chuck Fleischmann, Tennessee, $42,00
David Rouzer, North Carolina, $34,300
Paul Mitchell, Michigan, $18,000
Hal Rogers, Kentucky, $360,450
Doug Collins, Georgia, $103,600
Ralph Abraham, Louisiana, $27,300
Mark Meadows, North Carolina, $14,500
Michael McCaul, Texas, $216,500
Jeb Hensarling, Texas, $270,198
Mike Simpson, Idaho, $125,200
Tom Emmer, Minnesota, $28,500
Randy Weber, Texas, $13,750
Rob Woodall, Georgia, $60,250
Ted Budd, North Carolina, $15,500
Ken Calvert, California, $219,212
Diane Black, Tennessee, $104,750
Virginia Foxx, North Carolina, $115,700
Sam Johnson, Texas, $219,785
James Comer, Kentucky, $22,750
Trey Gowdy, South Carolina, $83,250
Lamar Smith, Texas, $810,462
Steven A King, Iowa, $210,810
George Holding, North Carolina, $97,750
Rob Wittman, Virginia, $57,250
John Lee Ratcliffe, Texas, $53,950
Jason Lewis, Minnesota, $21,050
Jim Banks, Indiana, $16,303
Bill Huizenga, Michigan, $34,000
Bill Shuster, Pennsylvania, $202,500
Steven Russell, Oklahoma, $23,500
Adrian Smith, Nebraska, $165,834
Jody B Hice, Georgia, $21,000
Richard Hudson, North Carolina, $136,750
Douglas L Lamborn, Colorado, $110,543
Chris Collins, New York, $151,060
Cathy McMorris-Rodgers, Washington, $673,530
Brad Wenstrup, Ohio, $33,750
Andy Barr, Kentucky, $51,100


Title: Re: Net Neutrality
Post by: TiFeMb on December 14, 2017, 09:44:28 PM
Every one of them an  :asshat: .


Title: Re: Net Neutrality
Post by: lifefeedsonlife on December 15, 2017, 07:10:13 AM
But if we VOTE HARDER - things will surely change! In the end, we either let the market do what it does unfettered, OR . . . we don't.


Title: Re: Net Neutrality
Post by: NightmarePatrol on December 15, 2017, 07:44:03 AM
This will in the end yield allow a lot of stuff to bubble up to the top. Metaphorically speaking, this was the pebble that was allowed to hit the water. The ripple effect is unknown at this point. The biggest problem being is potentially WHO will be knocked off or throttled on the internet. the how, when and if unknown at this point. My guess is that the smaller ISP's will do nothing initially save for the mom and pop providers that are still out there. The real impact will be with the tier one providers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Century and Level 3) decide to do something. Virtually anything you do online will involve at least one of these companies unless you stay one hundred percent local. Even the local papers websites are not local to NW PA. (this site is hosted in Atlanta FYI)

There are a LOT of ways this could go and there is a possibility some good could come out of this. My view of this is not nearly as rosie as those to sold the idea the aforementioned politicians. We'll all see how this pays out and if we're lucky we'll still be talking on here. Nobody knows for sure at this point.