From: "James Gilmore" <email@example.com>
The general feel I get from everyone I know or know of is that people are starting to be very disgruntled with the jobs politicians are (not) doing. Our freedoms are being bled away, that's a fact. Internet Neutrality is a very personal issue with everyone I know, even the non-tech-savvy. It may well be the most important topic going into the next election. Voting against net neutrality could end a political carreer. Voting for net neutrality almost certainly would be safe. It's like the saying goes, "Noone ever got fired for choosing IBM." Likewise, a politician would do well voting for freedom and neutrality instead of telecom monopoly and tyranny. That's the answer from a political standpoint.
Protect the Golden Goose. Her golden eggs feed the economy. Protect the neutrality of the internet.