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FCC Chair Makes Case for Less Regulatory Oversight

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Zpike

Mar 3, 2017, 4:46 PM

Ajit Pai

Is a slimeball douche bag, to say the least. It's great that Republicans have rescued us from the moronic Democrats ruining the country. But do they always have to be complete idiots when it comes to technology? Turning the economy around won't help if they just allow companies like AT&T and Comcast to stifle innovation and run up the price of everything. Republicans are always running around spouting their free-market bull crap, but seem to have no problem with rampant crony capitalism. They're all about small government, just so long as they can exclude their adulterous orgies with big business (because lets just pretend that AT&T and Comcast actually got there without the help of corrupt government officials green lighting everything they...
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thebriang

Feb 28, 2017, 2:36 PM

So basically...

We're going to allow Corporations to ream consumers to their shareholders content.

As history has proven time and time again, corporations will do Anything in the name of profits, including taking part in illegal monopolies and price fixing, deceiving their victims/customers or outright fraud backed up by the legalese in their shady contracts or T&C's.

Of course, Republicans being Republicans, those corporations are their sponsors and the only "people" that Really matter in America, so get ready for things to get Much Much worse for consumers in the near future.
Couldn't agree more, it has just begun, we the consumers, are going to get it royally.
 
 
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