Some time ago there was a ground swell of fierce opposition against the SOPA and PIPA bills. Those bills threatened the very foundation of the internet and were (kind of) struck down because of the outcry.
Now we're in round 2 of the battle and I don't see half the movement I saw rise against SOPA and PIPA. I bet the media and cable provider are lobbying harder than ever to kill net neutrality permanently. The FCC could reclassify ISPs so they have to comply with net neutrality but they won't unless we force them to.
We get one shot at this and it's happening right now. Why is the support so scarce? Why isn't there a second round of shutdown for Wikipedia, Reddit and others?
The escapist wrote a great piece on the issue recently, you should read it