Media Marxist Outfit Free Press’s Net Neutrality Lawsuit Wins Them ‘Most Out of Touch Award’
September 29, 2011 - 6:46 am
Less Government President and StopNetRegulation.org Editor in Chief Seton Motley issued the following statement in response to Media Marxist outfit Free Press’s lawsuit – which absurdly claims the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s illegal Network Neutrality Internet power grab is…not authoritarian enough.
“Has Free Press not been paying attention to the political discourse – and the sea change political movement – in this country these past three years? Americans are in overwhelming, historic numbers demanding less taxes and less regulation. They want less of everything from government – except accountability, of which they want much more.
“So who’s more tone deaf and out of touch than the Obama Administration’s FCC – which illegally seized control of the Internet so as to then impose in unauthorized fashion Network Neutrality? That would be Free Press, which sues to contest the power grab claiming – it wasn’t power grabby enough.
“Throw in the fact that Free Press’s first bout of Net Neutrality litigious inanity was laughed out of the D.C. Circuit Court – while the judges were unanimously throwing out the FCC’s first attempt to illegally impose it – and you have our ‘Most Out of Touch Award’ winner.
“This once and for all proves that Free Press is not a ‘public interest’ group. They are not a ‘consumer interest’ group. They are a government interest group. They serve only the interest of Huge Government.
“The public has time and again demonstrated that they are not at all interested in Free Press’ Huge Government policies. With this ridiculous lawsuit, Free Press has yet again demonstrated they are not at all interested in what the public wants. They are only interested in what they want – which is illegal, authoritarian, out-of-control Huge Government.”