I am the owner of a small tech firm (http://frontside.io) that employees 6 people in Central Texas, so I can assure you that I am driven by pragmatism rather any ideological consideration. Like you, I am concerned with my people and the best way to ensure their continued prosperity.
That is why I find it less important the fashion in which my rights are protected, so long as they remain protected. I am not crazy about net neutrality being enforced by the FCC, but I am, without a doubt, dead set on its enforcement through one means or another. Right now, the FCC is the only governmental body making any stand to protect the fairness of our networks, and so lacking a better option, I feel obligated to support them. If you could commit publicly to a plan to protect net neutrality that does not involve over-regulation or the overreach of a regulatory body such as the FCC, then I would engage with it vigorously, but at the moment the loudest voice in the debate is your colleague and co-senator Ted Cru