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I thought we had the freedom of speech in this country. Am I now to understand that only corporations with big money are allowed to make their voices heard?

I was told as a child that I could grow up to do anything. Would you make it understood that if I have no money to begin with (am not already hugely wealthy or corporately backed) my efforts will be pushed under the rug to make way for those who are?

If The United States is truly a democracy, why would it's FCC consider a measure to turn what should be a public resource allowing these beliefs, into an oligarchy where only those who are already powerful are allowed to dream of being so in the future?
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Do you want to prevent the cable companies' request to make our personal/privately-made internet content load slowly so that they can make there own already-well-established & high-paying business websites load faster in an effort to easily eliminate new competition?
Tell the FCC directly HERE.

Originally posted to 22niel on Sun Jul 13, 2014 at 03:32 PM PDT.

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