Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has been reacting to the backlash against his proposal to gut net neutrality with a lot of excuses for why he’s ready to give the internet away to the big service providers, despite the fact that President Obama—the guy who nominated him for this job—has been a proponent of net neutrality since 2006. Wheeler speaks as though he doesn’t have any other options than giving this big gift to the industry, but that’s not true.

For example, there’s this fix proposed by Mozilla, which the company has filed with the FCC.