Skip to comments.President Obama issues veto threat on attempt to repeal net-neutrality rules
Posted on 11/08/2011 10:05:46 AM PST by Driftwood1
President Obama will veto an attempt to repeal the Federal Communications Commissions net-neutrality rules if it passes the Senate, the White House said in a news release Tuesday.
The Administration strongly opposes Senate passage of S.J. Res. 6, which would undermine a fundamental part of the nations Open Internet and innovation strategy an enforceable, effective but flexible policy for keeping the Internet free and open, the White House said.
The House approved a resolution to repeal the rules in April. The Senate version is sponsored by Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) and has an additional 42 Republican co-sponsors. It has no Democratic co-sponsors.
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I have not witnessed a good override of a presidential veto in some time. This would be a good time.
Then stay out of our business and leave us alone to live and surf in peace. Stay the hell out of our way.
This man is absolutely repulsive. Seriously, if he left tomorrow, America would party like it never has before. The roaring 20's would seem like a small social event.
About a year ago - I spoke to a young man who was a communists - and his big issues were ârare earth elementsâ and net neutrality. At the time I didn’t see the significance of either...
It would be good to have his veto on record supporting Socialist driven propaganda and opposition government mandated censorship.
About a year ago - I spoke to a young man who was a communist - and his big issues were rare earth elements and net neutrality. At the time I didn’t see the significance of either...
Fine. Make him veto everything. Make him own it.
Add it to the bonfire of his executive actions to be overturned January 2013.
Sadly, executive orders seem to stay in force from administration to administration.
(Regardless of the clear unconstitutionality of many of them.)
If a true constitutional conservative were ever elected again in this country, it would be a glorious day.