Seton Motley on Budget Battles & Net Neutrality

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As the threat of government shutdown urges national budget negotiations forward, Seton Motley, President of Less Government and Editor-in-Chief of, tells Cam Edwards that only 1.6% of cuts have been proposed. In other words, he says, this is just a drop in the bucket, but it's a start, and Motley thinks independents are still behind Republicans and bigger cuts in general right now. Motley also talks about his recent article "Thank You to the House of Representatives for Voting to Undo the FCC's Internet Net Neutrality Power Grab." He explains that Democrats are trying to edge out private investors for cell phone data plan services by capping data roaming charges. The idea is that the private investors go out and the government gets a stranglehold on the internet. Originally aired 4/8/2011.