Also, it needs to be said that liberals are generally pro net-neutrality, not conservatives.
I wouldn't quite say Thomas' editorial was completely anti-NN, but it was 'eh, we don't truly need it'.
I don't agree with his opinion though. Not because I view it as right or left wing, but because without true competition the market will never adjust itself to the side of the consumer.
Where I live I can get one broadband ISP provider, Knology cable. I can't even get AT&T DSL!
Thankfully Knology isn't horrible, but if they were, I wouldn't have any sort of choice.
Comcast is the other provider in our city, but they don't offer it in my direct area.
For whatever reason AT&T doesn't care about us. The apartment complex is only two years old now.
In my opinion if I had a choice between two or three cablecos as well as two or three DSL providers then the corporations would do their best to keep me happy.
But with current laws that will never happen.