When politicians start feeling like they need to kick back to their contributors, this sort of law seems like an easy win. They get told comparisons like the ISP is the get-away driver at a robbery, thrown the usual completely unverified "billions of dollars" figures about how much it "costs" and suddenly it sounds like a no brainer.
What to do to curb this sort of idiocy? Easy. Don't campaign against them passing it. Campaign hard to make sure the language isn't specific to ISPs and the digital world.
Suddenly when someone grabs a purse and runs down the sidewalk, the victim can sue the government.
When a bank is robbed, even before the police have suspects the bank can sue the government because the crooks drove away on a public road.
If you get slugged in a bar, sue! The other fellow must have walked on public sidewalks, drove on public roads or took the public tubes to get his thuggish arse there right?
One month of barking at the moon equals a lifetime of preventive advocacy.