Mr. Speaker, the different ways we get our information in America have changed dramatically over the last few decades. We've gone from rabbit ears on our TV sets to cable satellite dishes and broadband. In the next decades, everything--radio, television, Internet, telephones--everything will use broadband.

Net neutrality is a new legislative scheme cooked up by the government fairness police to ration broadband access. It's not about keeping the Internet ``neutral''--it's about government control. Anybody who's ever downloaded pictures over a slow Internet connection knows that some things use more Internet bandwidth than others. Under net neutrality