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More Socialism And More Taxes For Everyone: Let’s Take Over ISPs Roles And Make A Government Controlled Broadband Network

obama_obey3Ok, let’s think about this:

  • Do you want to pay more taxes?
  • For something you already have?
  • So the government can take over for ISPs?
  • And provide a service that requires competence and a quick response time?
  • As well as have full access to everything you do online?
  • Who cares?  It’s Obamaland.  Your freedoms are ours to allow.  Step forward and hand over your wealth. We will give it to those we approve of.

    Do you really want every search, every URL, every click to go right through a government server?  Who needs a warrant when you are providing it to them directly?
    Can you imagine how tech support will be?  “I’m sorry you are unable to access your email account.  Please visit your local Federal Broadband Office and fill out form 19283-E.  You will be contacted by a government representative in 2-4 weeks.”

The Obama administration has a plan to expand online innovation and boost national public safety. And it wants to do it with more taxes and higher fees.

The massive national broadband plan the Federal Communications Commission released last month proposes creating a national framework for the taxation of digital goods and services and imposing a fee to establish and maintain a national public safety wireless broadband network.

FOXNews.com – Obama Administration Eyes New Taxes, Fees for National Broadband Network

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