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Houses Passes Bill that Could Cripple FCC's Net Neutrality Rules

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StepInTime

Apr 17, 2016, 7:31 PM

It's political ..

The so called Republicans are exacting the will of the corporate interests against both the people and their best interests. These companies are already making record profits - parking money off shore and manipulating our system. See it for what it is.
This is exactly why Republican can never stay in power. They have plenty of criticism while the Democrats are completely screwing up the country, but as soon as the people get fed up and give them another chance they go to doing stupid crap like this....
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gloopey1

Apr 16, 2016, 7:10 AM

Free Enterprise

While I believe that anyone or any group (like the FCC) means well, price controls ultimately are counter productive. The bottom line is that no one is ultimately required to own a business that provides goods or services, especially those that humanity could survive without having.

This is why minimum wage and other artificial economic controls don't work. Once an outside player comes along and forces companies to "do the right thing," they, in turn, respond by charging higher prices (minimum wage) or laying off portions of their workforce (price controls). In essence, by solving one problem, our government creates another.
Sorry, but you seem disconnected from reality. Are you a Libertarian or something. I have a Masters in Marketing and Finance, and disagree with just about every word in your post.
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@stepintime......I have degrees in accounting and finance and completely disagree with YOU. Price controls just create poor quality and shortages. Even Nixon tried it and failed.

How much failure do you leftists have to experience before you fin...
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>>While I believe that anyone or any group (like the FCC) means well, price controls ultimately are counter productive.

Name one instance of the FCC setting prices under Net Neutrality rules.

>>The bottom line is that no one is ultimately requi...
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