Um, what? The only thing I said after that statement is the following:
What the ISP can't do under net neutrality is throttle, alter, or delete packets based on content within the packet or the origin of the packet.
Did you stop reading at the word "throttle"? Did you completely miss the words I highlighted? Because those are important to understanding the distinction.
Net neutrality is ABSOLUTELY NOT about throttling any specific end user. It is about targeted service throttling.
Let me give you an example of the fallacy in your argument:
Supporters of net neutrality generally ignore the costs involved in running a large scale network and discount the possibility that heavy users will see significant bills due to them having to bare the costs of their usage.
Let's just be clear what is incorrect about this. You are making an argument about net neutrality without even considering the content or originator of the data packets. But those are vital to the point of net neutrality. So you are arguing against a straw man.