How Opposition to Net Neutrality Has Become Political Third Rail

MissM - one of the brightest and best blooms below the Macon-Dixon line - also points us to this post at Save the Internet discussing how opposition to Net Neutrality is not endearing politicians to their constituents.

Opposing Net Neutrality has become a political third rail for candidates who seek elected office, according to a story today in the Washington Post.

I happen to like a nice can of Whoop Ass on occasion.