Some liberals are whining that “stakeholders deserve” a voice and a role in governance of the Internet. No, they don’t. We built it; it’s ours. And all stakeholders and countries are better off if the U.S. Controls the Web rather than foreign or United Nations globalists who did nothing to make the Internet such a valuable asset. Among the many deceitful arguments used by the globalists is that taking the Internet away from the U.S. will advance us toward a goal of “no government control of the Internet.” However, if the United States doesn’t keep control of what we invented, the Internet will end up under Chinese or United Nations control.
Some liberals are arguing that no government or intergovernmental organization should control the Web. What nonsense! Of course America should control the valuable property we built!
We can debate whether Obama has the constitutional right to give away our Internet power with the stroke of his pen, but there’s no question about the constitutional authority of Congress to veto what he proposes because the Constitution plainly gives the Commerce power to Congress.
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