"National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the National Science Foundation"
Good try but all of those existed before 1991. It's good to see that one of them is constitutional, though.
I don't know what Biden knows, but nearly everything he seems to think he knows is wrong. (HT to Firesign Theater)
"Unless you are counting the 57 computers on ARPANET at that time as 'The Internet'"... Yes, it counts; it counted when there were only 3. No significant change in how it worked was made when they changed the name to distance it from the US Defense Department.
"He also paid the bills for the initial development of Internet Explorer and letting AOL users onto Usenet"
Yes, he's done much more evil than I'd thought.
That's what extortion does. Taxes, when they aren't restricted to constitutional and reasonable activities (like national defense/securing the borders, reasonable costs for negotiating treaties, defending people from initiation of force and fraud), pay for things like degrading civilization, enriching and empowering corrupt and power-mad politicians and their families and friends (i.e. crony socialism).
Algore did not pay the bills. He added to the bills. He used the coercive power of the government to force others to pay for things he wanted. (And it's not just him, of course. I had a cousin, more closely related to the Kennedy clan, who was a US senator a wee bit before Algore; a Whig. He pushed through the unconsitutional funding for stretching the first telegraph line from DC to Baltimore at a time when it could have more honestly been funded via private and voluntary means as many other such projects were at the time... His brother was a US senator, too, from the so-called Know-Nothing party.)