Why is Glenn Beck now silent about the proposed Net Neutrality guidelines?
He spent three days leading up to the FCC's publishing its proposed Net Neutrality guidelines wailing about the loss of free speech. He promised to devote a whole show to the guidelines on the Thursday they were to be published. What happened? that Thursday came around and Beck was off on another supposed Obama outrage. Is Beck so attention deficit that he can't follow through on this allegedly tyrannical assault on internet free speech? Or was it so obvious a case of unsupported histrionics that he just decided to shove it under the rug?
JP - Thank you. Trust me, even if we were limited to just fact-based complaints I could still fill a phone book with objections to Glenn Beck.
Hope you have a good day.
Lotus - I did watch today;s show. He did make 2 vague mentions of Obama assaulting the Internet but not the in-depth expose of the proposed NN guidelines as promised. He was so worked up about them in particular last week. Now- not so much.
Big One - The government has *always* had a hand in electronic media content. Do the Seven Dirty Words ring a bell? But the Net Neutrality guidelines make no attempt to control internet content. You should actually read them.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
In case you are unaware there is more than one event occurring on planet Earth at the same time. If he was still focused on that issue he would be criticized for that as well I am sure. He is also a "big picture" kind of person.Source(s): Unlike many of his critics I actually listen to his show on the radio.
- 1 decade ago
He's too busy exposing the democrat traitor white house "czars" and the other commie/socisalist/racist tools that empty suit Obongo has surrounded himself with... with video and audio quotes that "hoist them on their own petard". (that's an old English saying meaning cutting such a gigantic fart it raises the **** off the chair).. apt for these stinking democrat turds.. The danger of the "net neutrality" Goebbels play is far more transparent. It will be killed by acclimation by all but the most demoturd netizens.
- mechlingLv 43 years ago
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- J PLv 71 decade ago
Stay tuned, Hippo. I'm sure his position hasn't changed as the so-called "Net Neutrality" is still a bad idea. I suspect that Beck will still address it in a future show.
And let me add kudos for raising an actual, fact-based issue in opposing Glenn Beck, as opposed to the generic personal attacks that seem to be so popular. We obviously disagree, but I applaud your issue-based approach to opposing him.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Maybe the same thing happened that happened with Obamas transparency in government. No bill passed for 72 hours before being signed into law. That may be a larger issue.....ya think?
- gitrdoneobamaLv 61 decade ago
Net Neutrality is meant to keep the internet from falling into the grubby hands of corporations who would treat the internet like satellite and cable companies treat television. They could package it up and sell chunks of content to you for a price and restrict your use if you don't pay up.
This would be a serious infringement on our freedoms all in the name of corporate greed and as usual, Republicans fully support it!
- LorenzoLv 61 decade ago
yes he has generalized his criticisms about several things; from what I can tell some days are more specifically investigative while others are more about tonality, but he is probably no different in this regard than other pundits
- Big One 0909Lv 71 decade ago
so what is your defense of the government interfering with the content of ANY media?
If you want to hold Glenn's feet to the fire, why don't you e-mail HIM?
- 1 decade ago
you must not have watched todays show.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Beck is a tool that subverts his chump audience to toe the coporate line.