In short, you do everything yourself you accuse others of. Your activity demonstrates why the Tea Party is required - to try to counterbalance against deceptive two-faced demagogues who exploit their positions to spread deception and propaganda like yourself.
I remember this article from sometime around last year. I am not going to dispute your facts: that is, I'll assume Jamie posted it. I think your analysis of why he wrote it is off base though.
When Jamie wrote that he assumed he knew what "net neutrality" meant. Surely, any reasonable person who has been around here should know. The problem is that Jamie assumed that net neutrality as it was being proposed by democrats at the time actually meant that. So he wrote this whole tirade against republicans opposing it by "lying" about what was being proposed. Except that that "lie" was actually true! So many riders had been attached to the net neutrality proposal that what was being considered actually did include what in effect amounted to a government takeover of the internet.
What happened here is really simple. As far as I know Jamie is not in the government, but he does have a horse in the race in that he is a content provider and not a transit provider. I don't think Jamie was intentionally spreading propaganda although he may have accidentally been spreading it by trusting that the democrats were actually proposing net neutrality as he had always understood it.
It's great that Jamie can think critically when reading an article whose ideas he is opposed to. It would be better if he could do it when reading an article or proposal whose ideas he thinks he agrees with. Of course he is not alone, many of us are guilty of the same prejudice.
Fighting lies and propaganda by "counterbalancing" it with more lies and propaganda is not a winning solution if your goal is libertarianism, although it might work if your goal is to put republicans in office. And that right there is the biggest failing of the tea party as we know it today. It started out very populist libertarian but by the end of 2009 it was mostly hijacked, if only in name, by republican operatives seeking to capitalize on the populist aspect.
It's very similar to the way the "net neutrality" label had been hijacked.