"Instead of railing against fast lanes, we should be pushing Washington to explore ideas like this that could actually promote competition among ISPs."
Makes sense, considering the most people base their Net Neutrality argument on an inaccurate model of how the Internet actually works. It is why politicians will endlessly debate technical policy without actually understanding anything to do with DNSSEC or basic computer networking, listening to their constituents who understand even less about technology than their elected representatives do. It's akin to having someone whose only exposure to formal medical traning consists of reading health blogs and books dictate vaccination policy to total strangers.
Source: What Everyone Gets Wrong in the Debate Over Net Neutrality | WIRED