There are small businesses that can and try even here in Hawaii that are small businesses such as ServPac and Pacific Wavecome, or Systemmetrics before they were bought by Hawaiian Telcom. Or even large businesses like Google Fiber to allow them to compete without a regulatory handicap. But that's besides the point.
It's not the governments job to make sure a small business can become an ISP but they should make sure they are not in the way.
It comes down to a difference in ideology. With with water, fire, etc. I'd rather trust a model that truly puts the power in the hands of the consumer rather than the bureaucrat.
I know what title 2 does. An isp should be free to prioritize or slow down data from any type of network traffic it chooses. Consumers are a powerful force if the government stays out of it's way.