Who says the OPapaDoc administration is not for sale?
I don't oppose getting rid of net neutrality, necessarily, but this is a reminder that the Internet is one big government-created oligopoly, and like all regulated industries it means the big players (in this case Comcast, AT&T, Verizon and the other ISP's) can buy influence. Getting rid of net neutrality should be a reminder to everyone that government regulation does not exist to "protect" the public, but to empower the establishment.
Once the micro-economy of an industry is controlled, that's when they hose the consumer. Look at education. And if you like the price of tuition, wait a few years until the real cost of government health care becomes apparent.