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ID Name Comment
10603658127157 John Miller
To the Federal Communications Commission: I'd like to share my thoughts on internet regulations. I would like to request the government to rescind Tom Wheeler's plan to regulate the Internet. Individuals, not Washington, should be able to purchase which products we choose. Tom Wheeler's plan to regulate the Internet is a perversion of the open Internet. It broke a market-based policy that functioned very successfully for many years with nearly universal support.
105232116825575 Melinda Turner
Chairman Pai: I am concerned about Internet regulation. I want to urge the government to undo President Obama's decision to take over the web. Americans, as opposed to so-called experts, should be free to enjoy which services they want. President Obama's decision to take over the web is a corruption of the open Internet. It disrupted a hands-off policy that performed very, very well for a long time with broad bipartisan backing.
106032355326503 Crystal Garrison
Chairman Pai: With respect to Internet regulation and net neutrality. I want to advocate the government to overturn The Obama/Wheeler decision to take over the Internet. Individuals, as opposed to so-called experts, ought to enjoy whichever services we choose. The Obama/Wheeler decision to take over the Internet is a betrayal of the open Internet. It disrupted a hands-off policy that worked supremely well for a long time with Republican and Democrat approval.
105232752010428 Khaled Mansour
To the FCC: In reference to the Obama takeover of the Internet. I want to ask the commissioners to repeal The previous administration's plan to regulate the Internet. Americans, rather than Washington bureaucrats, deserve to purchase the services they desire. The previous administration's plan to regulate the Internet is a corruption of net neutrality. It disrupted a market-based system that functioned very, very well for many years with bipartisan support.
10603179824385 Tomeka Wearrien
To the FCC: I'm concerned about net neutrality and Title II. I'd like to urge the Federal Communications Commission to overturn President Obama's scheme to regulate broadband. Internet users, as opposed to big government, should be empowered to enjoy whatever products we prefer. President Obama's scheme to regulate broadband is a corruption of net neutrality. It stopped a market-based approach that functioned very successfully for a long time with Republican and Democrat support.
10603360910951 Nancy Moles
To the FCC: I want to give my opinion on Net neutrality. I advocate the government to rescind Obama's decision to regulate broadband. Internet users, rather than unelected bureaucrats, deserve to use the applications they want. Obama's decision to regulate broadband is a betrayal of net neutrality. It stopped a light-touch system that functioned very well for many years with bipartisan backing.
10603250690150 Stacie Janiga
To whom it may concern: I have thoughts on Net neutrality. I would like to implore Chairman Pai to rescind Tom Wheeler's order to regulate the Internet. Individual citizens, rather than big government, deserve to use whatever services they want. Tom Wheeler's order to regulate the Internet is a corruption of net neutrality. It reversed a market-based policy that performed remarkably well for two decades with nearly universal consensus.
106030789320423 Brandie Mayberry
Dear Commissioners: My comments re: Internet regulation. I recommend the commissioners to reverse The previous administration's decision to control the Internet. Americans, rather than Washington bureaucrats, should be free to select the services they want. The previous administration's decision to control the Internet is a corruption of net neutrality. It disrupted a market-based policy that performed very, very well for a long time with both parties' approval.
10603246912643 Ernesto Zuniga
Dear Mr. Pai, My comments re: the FCC rules on the Internet. I'd like to implore the Federal Communications Commission to overturn The previous administration's order to take over Internet access. Americans, not Washington bureaucrats, deserve to use whatever applications they desire. The previous administration's order to take over Internet access is a distortion of net neutrality. It broke a light-touch policy that functioned remarkably successfully for a long time with broad bipartisan consensus.
106032345901568 Claudi Ramirez
Dear Mr. Pai, Regarding the Open Internet order. I strongly implore the commissioners to undo The previous administration's plan to regulate broadband. Individual Americans, rather than unelected bureaucrats, should be free to buy the applications they want. The previous administration's plan to regulate broadband is a betrayal of net neutrality. It reversed a light-touch approach that worked exceptionally smoothly for many years with broad bipartisan support.
1060381006184 Becca Smith
To the FCC: My comments re: the future of the Internet. I'd like to ask you to undo The Obama/Wheeler order to take over the web. Individual citizens, rather than big government, should be able to buy whichever applications they desire. The Obama/Wheeler order to take over the web is a corruption of the open Internet. It ended a hands-off system that performed supremely successfully for a long time with broad bipartisan backing.
10603796026464 William Hardman
FCC commissioners, I am a voter worried about Net neutrality. I want to demand Chairman Pai to reverse The previous administration's power grab to regulate Internet access. Citizens, rather than the FCC, should be empowered to enjoy which services we want. The previous administration's power grab to regulate Internet access is a distortion of net neutrality. It stopped a hands-off policy that worked remarkably smoothly for two decades with Republican and Democrat approval.
106030384427431 Rich Pochowicz
Dear Commissioners: I would like to comment on the Open Internet order. I strongly implore you to undo Obama's scheme to take over the web. Internet users, rather than Washington, should be free to select the applications they desire. Obama's scheme to take over the web is a exploitation of the open Internet. It stopped a pro-consumer system that worked supremely smoothly for decades with Republican and Democrat backing.
10523235545747 Alfred Williams
FCC commissioners, I have concerns about Title II rules. I strongly request the government to overturn President Obama's plan to regulate Internet access. Individual Americans, as opposed to so-called experts, should be empowered to enjoy whichever applications we want. President Obama's plan to regulate Internet access is a distortion of the open Internet. It broke a light-touch framework that functioned fabulously well for decades with broad bipartisan consensus.
10523258530105 Gladys Lee
Mr Pai: With respect to Net neutrality. I'd like to ask you to repeal Obama's power grab to regulate the web. Citizens, as opposed to Washington, should buy whichever applications we desire. Obama's power grab to regulate the web is a betrayal of the open Internet. It ended a light-touch system that functioned remarkably successfully for many years with nearly universal consensus.
1060306601040 Tamara Parenteau
FCC: I'm contacting you about restoring Internet freedom. I'd like to demand the Federal Communications Commission to rescind President Obama's scheme to regulate Internet access. Individuals, as opposed to so-called experts, should be able to buy the services they choose. President Obama's scheme to regulate Internet access is a distortion of the open Internet. It disrupted a pro-consumer framework that performed fabulously well for a long time with Republican and Democrat support.
1052378908865 Thomas Haber
Dear Mr. Pai, Hi, I'd like to comment on Title II rules. I'd like to advocate Chairman Pai to reverse Obama's order to take over broadband. Individual Americans, as opposed to unelected bureaucrats, should buy which services they choose. Obama's order to take over broadband is a perversion of the open Internet. It undid a hands-off policy that functioned exceptionally successfully for decades with Republican and Democrat support.
10523148425903 Claire Mclemore
Dear Chairman Pai, I would like to comment on the FCC rules on the Internet. I'd like to recommend the commission to reverse President Obama's policy to regulate Internet access. People like me, not big government, should use which products we desire. President Obama's policy to regulate Internet access is a betrayal of the open Internet. It undid a market-based approach that performed exceptionally smoothly for a long time with broad bipartisan consensus.
1060311711810 John Camter
FCC: Regarding NET NEUTRALITY. I recommend the commissioners to rescind Barack Obama's scheme to take over the web. Internet users, rather than Washington, should be empowered to purchase the products they want. Barack Obama's scheme to take over the web is a betrayal of the open Internet. It ended a light-touch approach that worked remarkably successfully for a long time with nearly universal support.
1052337606090 Ashley Juman
Dear Mr. Pai, I'm very worried about Network Neutrality. I want to urge the Federal Communications Commission to overturn President Obama's order to take over the web. People like me, as opposed to big government, should be empowered to enjoy whichever applications we choose. President Obama's order to take over the web is a corruption of net neutrality. It undid a free-market policy that worked supremely successfully for decades with broad bipartisan backing.
1052391093723 Maria Velasquez
To the Federal Communications Commission: I am concerned about the FCC rules on the Internet. I'd like to suggest Ajit Pai to rescind Barack Obama's scheme to control the Internet. Internet users, as opposed to the FCC, should buy which applications they choose. Barack Obama's scheme to control the Internet is a distortion of net neutrality. It undid a free-market approach that worked very, very well for many years with Republican and Democrat approval.
10603184718450 Jennifer Machin
Dear Commissioners: With respect to the Open Internet order. I want to advocate the government to undo Obama's power grab to regulate the Internet. Americans, as opposed to unelected bureaucrats, should be empowered to purchase the services they choose. Obama's power grab to regulate the Internet is a corruption of net neutrality. It broke a market-based framework that functioned supremely successfully for two decades with Republican and Democrat backing.
1060323511604 Lesa Boggs
To the Federal Communications Commission: In reference to the Obama takeover of the Internet. I want to suggest you to undo The previous administration's decision to control the web. Individuals, not Washington bureaucrats, should be free to select whichever services we choose. The previous administration's decision to control the web is a distortion of net neutrality. It reversed a light-touch framework that functioned very, very well for many years with nearly universal consensus.
106030500716899 Samantha Johnson
FCC commissioners, I'm concerned about the Open Internet order. I want to request the FCC to overturn The previous administration's power grab to regulate broadband. Citizens, as opposed to Washington, should be able to purchase whichever services they want. The previous administration's power grab to regulate broadband is a betrayal of net neutrality. It undid a hands-off framework that functioned supremely smoothly for a long time with both parties' approval.
1052319043528 Mirelda Gamas
To whom it may concern: Hi, I'd like to comment on the future of the Internet. I would like to encourage Chairman Pai to rescind President Obama's power grab to take over Internet access. People like me, rather than the FCC Enforcement Bureau, should be able to use which services they prefer. President Obama's power grab to take over Internet access is a betrayal of the open Internet. It broke a light-touch system that worked remarkably smoothly for two decades with Republican and Democrat backing.
10603574101145 Juan Durham
Dear FCC, I would like to comment on Internet regulation and net neutrality. I strongly demand the commissioners to rescind The Obama/Wheeler decision to control the web. Individual citizens, as opposed to big government, deserve to use which products we want. The Obama/Wheeler decision to control the web is a betrayal of net neutrality. It broke a pro-consumer system that performed exceptionally successfully for many years with bipartisan consensus.
106032658219493 Darlene Espino
FCC commissioners, Hi, I'd like to comment on restoring Internet freedom. I would like to ask the government to overturn The Obama/Wheeler decision to control broadband. Internet users, rather than the FCC, should buy whatever products they desire. The Obama/Wheeler decision to control broadband is a perversion of the open Internet. It disrupted a hands-off system that worked very, very well for many years with nearly universal backing.
10603057235868 Iyanna Herndon
Hi, I'd like to comment on the future of the Internet. I demand the Federal Communications Commission to reverse The Obama/Wheeler scheme to regulate Internet access. People like me, not the FCC Enforcement Bureau, should be free to select whichever applications they want. The Obama/Wheeler scheme to regulate Internet access is a betrayal of net neutrality. It undid a light-touch system that worked very, very smoothly for a long time with broad bipartisan support.
106030138230813 David Young
Dear FCC, I have thoughts on restoring Internet freedom. I strongly demand the Federal Communications Commission to repeal Tom Wheeler's order to control the web. Individual Americans, as opposed to unelected bureaucrats, should be free to purchase the services we want. Tom Wheeler's order to control the web is a exploitation of the open Internet. It broke a market-based system that performed very, very well for decades with both parties' approval.
1052370796921 Emily Varner
Chairman Pai: My comments re: net neutrality regulations. I'd like to implore the commissioners to overturn The previous administration's plan to control broadband. Individual Americans, as opposed to Washington bureaucrats, ought to select whatever products we prefer. The previous administration's plan to control broadband is a distortion of the open Internet. It ended a hands-off system that worked very smoothly for many years with Republican and Democrat approval.
10523133743228 Kerryanne Merrilees
Chairman Pai: I am a voter worried about the FCC regulations on the Internet. I suggest the Federal Communications Commission to reverse The previous administration's plan to regulate the Internet. Internet users, rather than unelected bureaucrats, should buy whatever applications they desire. The previous administration's plan to regulate the Internet is a betrayal of net neutrality. It ended a light-touch approach that performed exceptionally well for decades with bipartisan backing.
10603239803911 Joe Mangano
Dear Commissioners: I am concerned about restoring Internet freedom. I'd like to ask you to reverse Tom Wheeler's plan to control broadband. Individuals, rather than Washington bureaucrats, should be empowered to select which products we want. Tom Wheeler's plan to control broadband is a betrayal of net neutrality. It stopped a free-market approach that performed very well for two decades with broad bipartisan consensus.
10603184867369 Scott Caskey
FCC: My comments re: the Open Internet order. I would like to demand the commissioners to overturn Obama's policy to regulate the Internet. Internet users, as opposed to Washington bureaucrats, ought to buy which applications we want. Obama's policy to regulate the Internet is a distortion of net neutrality. It ended a free-market approach that functioned fabulously successfully for many years with nearly universal backing.
1060380736290 Iris Lara
Dear FCC, I'm very concerned about Title II rules. I want to encourage Ajit Pai to undo President Obama's decision to take over broadband. Internet users, as opposed to Washington bureaucrats, should be able to buy whatever products we prefer. President Obama's decision to take over broadband is a betrayal of the open Internet. It reversed a hands-off system that performed very, very smoothly for many years with Republican and Democrat consensus.
1060365691451 Rl Jones
Dear Chairman Pai, Hi, I'd like to comment on net neutrality and Title II. I would like to advocate the FCC to overturn Barack Obama's order to control broadband. Individual citizens, rather than so-called experts, ought to purchase the services they desire. Barack Obama's order to control broadband is a distortion of net neutrality. It undid a free-market policy that performed very well for many years with nearly universal support.
10603290619496 Barbara Hatfield
To the Federal Communications Commission: I am concerned about an open Internet. I would like to demand the commissioners to repeal President Obama's power grab to regulate Internet access. Citizens, rather than the FCC Enforcement Bureau, should be empowered to buy whatever products we prefer. President Obama's power grab to regulate Internet access is a perversion of the open Internet. It ended a pro-consumer policy that functioned exceptionally successfully for a long time with Republican and Democrat backing.
1060380613148 Angela Turner
Dear FCC, In reference to net neutrality. I would like to recommend Ajit Pai to reverse President Obama's decision to take over the Internet. Individual citizens, rather than Washington bureaucrats, should be able to purchase which products we prefer. President Obama's decision to take over the Internet is a betrayal of the open Internet. It stopped a light-touch framework that worked remarkably successfully for many years with Republican and Democrat backing.
1060385765389 Duncan Croyle
FCC commissioners, I have concerns about Title II rules. I request the FCC to overturn Obama's decision to regulate the web. Internet users, as opposed to the FCC Enforcement Bureau, ought to use which products we prefer. Obama's decision to regulate the web is a exploitation of net neutrality. It stopped a pro-consumer system that performed fabulously successfully for a long time with nearly universal backing.
1060305557329 Robin Spears
FCC: With respect to an open Internet. I encourage the government to reverse Tom Wheeler's order to take over the Internet. Citizens, not so-called experts, should use the applications we choose. Tom Wheeler's order to take over the Internet is a exploitation of net neutrality. It stopped a pro-consumer approach that functioned exceptionally smoothly for many years with broad bipartisan support.
1060365098976 George Rapp
To the FCC: I am concerned about Title II rules. I strongly implore Ajit Pai to rescind Tom Wheeler's policy to regulate the Internet. Individuals, as opposed to the FCC, deserve to enjoy which services we want. Tom Wheeler's policy to regulate the Internet is a distortion of net neutrality. It stopped a free-market policy that worked fabulously well for many years with nearly universal backing.
106032405519478 Brianne Braxton
Chairman Pai: In reference to an open Internet. I'd like to demand the FCC to overturn President Obama's plan to regulate the Internet. Individual Americans, as opposed to Washington bureaucrats, should be free to purchase which services we prefer. President Obama's plan to regulate the Internet is a distortion of net neutrality. It disrupted a light-touch framework that worked remarkably smoothly for a long time with broad bipartisan approval.
1052351681812 Brian Liszka
Dear Chairman Pai, My comments re: net neutrality rules. I'd like to demand the commission to overturn Tom Wheeler's power grab to take over broadband. Americans, rather than the FCC Enforcement Bureau, should be free to enjoy which applications we choose. Tom Wheeler's power grab to take over broadband is a distortion of the open Internet. It broke a hands-off framework that performed very successfully for two decades with broad bipartisan approval.
10603228579654 Mamie Taylor
Dear FCC, I'm very concerned about regulations on the Internet. I'd like to suggest the commissioners to reverse Obama's policy to regulate the Internet. Internet users, rather than unelected bureaucrats, should be able to buy the products we choose. Obama's policy to regulate the Internet is a perversion of net neutrality. It broke a light-touch approach that worked remarkably well for decades with Republican and Democrat consensus.
1052351174827 Larry Katz
Mr Pai: I am concerned about Title II rules. I would like to urge Chairman Pai to reverse Obama's policy to regulate broadband. Citizens, not Washington bureaucrats, should be able to purchase the products we prefer. Obama's policy to regulate broadband is a perversion of the open Internet. It reversed a light-touch approach that performed supremely successfully for a long time with Republican and Democrat approval.
106031081520276 Rakowicz Edward
Mr Pai: I'm very concerned about the Open Internet order. I'd like to demand the FCC to repeal The previous administration's scheme to control the Internet. People like me, not big government, should be empowered to purchase the applications they prefer. The previous administration's scheme to control the Internet is a exploitation of the open Internet. It undid a free-market policy that functioned very, very smoothly for two decades with broad bipartisan backing.
106030677902175 Vaueli Asi
Chairman Pai: I have thoughts on Net neutrality. I'd like to encourage the government to repeal President Obama's policy to take over broadband. Individual Americans, rather than Washington bureaucrats, should be free to use the applications they desire. President Obama's policy to take over broadband is a distortion of net neutrality. It ended a free-market system that functioned very, very smoothly for two decades with broad bipartisan support.
1060380831215 Piotr Frankowski
To the FCC: In the matter of regulations on the Internet. I strongly encourage the FCC to overturn Tom Wheeler's policy to regulate broadband. Individual Americans, as opposed to so-called experts, ought to select whichever applications we want. Tom Wheeler's policy to regulate broadband is a betrayal of the open Internet. It reversed a market-based approach that functioned remarkably successfully for a long time with Republican and Democrat backing.
10523806628187 Luz Santos
To the FCC: I have concerns about NET NEUTRALITY. I would like to advocate Chairman Pai to overturn The Obama/Wheeler plan to control the web. People like me, as opposed to the FCC Enforcement Bureau, should select which applications they prefer. The Obama/Wheeler plan to control the web is a corruption of the open Internet. It stopped a free-market policy that functioned exceptionally successfully for a long time with nearly universal support.
1060316947321 Ceola Gaines
Dear Commissioners: I'm contacting you about Internet regulation. I encourage the commission to repeal The Obama/Wheeler plan to control Internet access. Internet users, rather than Washington bureaucrats, ought to buy which services they prefer. The Obama/Wheeler plan to control Internet access is a distortion of net neutrality. It ended a market-based framework that performed very well for decades with broad bipartisan consensus.
10603128991684 Sarah Shapiro
Dear Commissioners: I'm very worried about Title II rules. I want to recommend Ajit Pai to reverse Tom Wheeler's order to take over the web. People like me, rather than big government, should be able to purchase whichever applications we want. Tom Wheeler's order to take over the web is a perversion of the open Internet. It stopped a free-market approach that functioned exceptionally well for two decades with broad bipartisan approval.