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Verizon fighting FCC on Net Neutrality
nycojjohnson
Newbie

Thank you Verizon for fighting the federal tyrants over this illegal FCC regulation. The tyrants in the cesspool on the Potomac have no constitutional authority to make this regulation. Keep up the fight.

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...an obvious Teabagger. This tone is not necessary.
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Neander
Contributor

Kudo's from a Tea Partiest  ("Teabagger" is a derogatory & hostile term not appropriate for this forum.  I hope nobody get's killed because of your violent attitude & language JimFitzgerald)

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It's the Teabaggers that advocate violence.
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crimedoggies
Super User
Super User

Neander wrote:

Kudo's from a Tea Partiest  ("Teabagger" is a derogatory & hostile term not appropriate for this forum.  I hope nobody get's killed because of your violent attitude & language JimFitzgerald)


His use of the word is supposed to result in violence and death againist who exactly?  A little bit over the top don't you think?  And how do you extract his attitude and language as violent based on one word?

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Isadora
Moderator
Moderator

Hi everyone,

 

Let's keep on topic of the FCC regulation issue and what you think about it and refrain from political debate or personal comments. Thanks!

 

 

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I support net neutrality, at least to the extent I understand it.
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steveanderson13
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Correct me if I am wrong:  This is a 4g discussion forum?  This is a peer-to-peer help forum?  Let's keep bull**bleep** in the barn.

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