Net Neutrality Vote Thursday
Okay, people. We need to heed Christy's words and light 'em up. It looks like the Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement Act of 2006 (COPE Act)is due for a vote in the Senate Commerce Committee on Thursday.
Who gets to decide what is or is not appropriate discourse — the free market or corporate gatekeepers? With what are you comfortable on this issue? These are the questions you ought to be asking yourself — and your elected representatives.
You can contact the members of the Senate Commerce Committee via the main switchboard toll free at: 1-888-355-3588. Or you can contact them individually at the following phone and fax numbers:
And while you're calling, also encourage them to sponsor the Dorgan-Snowe Net Neutrality.
We all know what's at stake here; I won't bore you with any details. Suffice it to say if you want to continue enjoying dailykos, you need to call. And get everybody else to call. If you need that extra incentive, Ted Stevens sits on this committee.
What you may not realize (I didn't) is that America has been here before; this fight is nothing new.