Why are there so many foreigners so high up in our American government?
You call them "foreigners" some would call them "tokens"...
You believe the "foreigner" is doing it without the direction of TheRUMP?
What does their nationality have to do with anything?....
TheRUMP is the puppetmaster....
Trump's stumbled on this one, he should have backed net neutrality. It's an issue that hits EVERYONE in the country eventually. Being an "issues" person, I have to agree with the Democrats on this one. Why are there so many foreigners so high up in our American government? Even if recent immigrants or only second generation citizens, why so many of them? I wish we followed the old biblical code that one didn't get full citizen till the third generation, which allowed time for proper assimilation. We had that South Carolina governor, daughter of immigrants who weren't born citizens. Now we have this Pajit guy, seemingly more enamored with his own self aggrandizement and probably the payola he will get from the big ISP companies when he leaves office. This totally STINKS.
"The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 Thursday to scrap all of its existing net-neutrality rules.
FCC chairman Ajit Pai has never wavered from his deep distaste for the rules adopted in 2015 that ban internet providers from blocking or slowing legal sites and forbid them from charging sites for priority delivery of their data.
His two Republican colleagues Mike O’Rielly and Brendan Carr agree with him, leaving Democratic commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Jessica Rosenworcel on the losing end.
So if you don’t like Pai’s plan, it’s too late to expect comments to the FCC to stop this. The chairman is so confident in his cause that he used his speech at the FCC Chairman’s dinner in Washington last Thursday to joke that, yes, he really was a Manchurian candidate for his former employer Verizon (VZ). (Verizon’s media division, Oath, includes Yahoo Finance.)
But what happens next may not go according to Pai’s script. Or yours.
The vote to kill net neutrality will first lead to protracted litigation. Should Pai’s plan survive that, internet providers will be free to block sites as long as they say they’ll do that. ISPs say they won’t (and there’s zero long-term business logic for them doing so), but this regulatory rollback will also enable them to engage in less-obvious mischief that the government may not be able to punish until years later." (more in article)