So I guess I am officially talking to someone now that for real likes me. Huh....I forgot how that felt. Feels good. I am just gonna keep being skeptical until further notice. O.o
Bruce Falconer's SSJ Theme is just legendary
Net Neutrality in a nut shell, is like telling the FedEx they cannot offer two day, priority, express, or overnight shipping and that all objects, regardless of weight and size must cost the same. Or that Wal-Mart must sell Great Value (their store brand) at the same cost at the non generic brands and they must allow any brand of any product to be sold in their stores.
The idea is that ISPs shouldn't be allowed to prioritize data because they will block websites they don't like. It's honestly astonishing that all of these doomsayers think we are stupid enough to not remember the internet before 2010. It's also a bit odd that those who are completely fine censoring those they disagree with (google, youtube, reddit) are now suddenly pro government enforced neutrality.
But why repeal NN anyway, don't we want it to be safe? Yeah if you like stifling innovation.
Here's a shotgun list of facts:
After NN was implemented there was a 6% decline in broadband wireless investment, the lowest outside of a recession.  And that NN has stifled innovation in 5G  
NN does not have a positive impact on consumer welfare  
Paid prioritization is a net positive for the consumer  
Over 40% of of economists think paid prioritization is a benefit to consumers compared to 11% who think paid prioritization is a bad idea 
I'd also like to point out that when the FCC established NN they gave their economists the silent treatment  In what the Chief economist Brennan called a "economics free zone." 
Also of interest to note that the FCC seriously misinterpreted research by Professor Michael Matz (an opponent of NN) and used this for their basis for establishing NN.  The FCC used examples of discrimination not related to net neutrality and flat out ignored results opposing their view.  They also ignored how NN hurts small business who were the ones almost exclusively involved in price discrimination in an effort to compete with large ISP monopolies  Their analysis (without economists) was so poor the author of the study had to write a piece calling out the FCC where he "examine[s] the (lack of) economic logic that underlies the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s latest iteration of network neutrality regulations" 
Now I know people will cite the one time netflix was slowed down by comcast but it had nothing to do with net neutrality at all!  
If one actually looks closely most of the memes citing cases of net neutrality violations (looking at you aclu) didn't involve net neutrality at all, or were handled with the market forces. I'll update this soon with a debunking of most of those cases but for now, if you were playing pokemon GO 18 months ago and T-mobile wasn't counting it toward your data, you should hate net neutrality 
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Net_neutrality_in_the_United_States Also note that when there were legitimate cases of slowdowns are inaccessibility the free market handled it as noted later in this post.
 United States Telecom Association v. Federal Communications Commission, 825 F.3d 674, 765 (C.A.D.C., 2016) (GOOGLE IT)
As for those specific cases
at&t didn't censor it was someone else, but the free market convinced at&t to put more effort into that not happening again (i've listened to pearl jam numerous times on my phone using at&t, as well as anti george bush podcasts, if they really wanted to censor they would).
Verizon had a viewpoint neutral but content based discrimination (no pro or against abortion) policy that would be allowed under net neutrality but the free market convinced them to changed
The union was threatening to cut the wires of the main company so they were allowed to censor to block unlawful content, which is the law under net neutrality today. The employees were also trying to dox people who were willing to work for the company.
At&t now can no longer offer unlimited data plans because people will gobble them up with facetime. What about people like me that would need the data for texting alot but don't face time at all. Shouldn't I be legally allowed to buy a plan that has unlimited data without facetime?
GUYS! THIS IS URGENT! Today congress in D.C. is voting to get rid of net neutrality, and our internet freedom! This means we have to pay more money to use internet. $5 a month to even use this site right here!!!! !
$6 a month to play online games added on to your normal Wi-Fi bill!!!!!! $6 a month to use social media!!!!!! INCLUDING ANIME, READING MANGA ONLINE, AND PLAYING VIDEO GAMES ONLINE!!!!
TEXT "RESIST" TO 50409 RIGHT NOW TO HELP MAKE A LETTER TO CONGRESS RESISTING THIS VOTE! GET INTO CONTACT WITH YOUR U.S. CONGRESS REPRESENTATIVE TODAY!