This decade has seen a lot of absurd arguments: obvious problems that bigcorps try to spin out of the way.
I'm confident that the most absurd one of all is that "Net Neutrality Laws are Unnecessary".
The notion that companies who sell internet connections to the public will all 'do the right thing' and not selectively censor and/or slow internet traffic that they: a) Disagree With, b) competes with their other business unit is utterly ridiculous nonsense. Of course they will. It's more profitable for them to do so.