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FCC Chair Speaks Out Against DTV Transition Delay

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Top message:  Hussien Obama just wants some money for the demos. by iMike   Jan 11, 2009, 7:22 PM

Replying to:  Re: Hussien Obama just wants some money for the demos. by tuxedosun   Jan 11, 2009, 11:56 PM

Re: Hussien Obama just wants some money for the demos.

by iMike    Jan 12, 2009, 11:19 AM

Ok Tuxedo- I guess you dont read the news much. Here I will attempt to EDUCATE YOU with some news links on JUST HOW HUSSEIN OBAMAS TEAM IS PUSHING TO STOP THE DIGITAL TV SWITCH.
FROM AP: "Obama team urges delay in digital TV transition". APS headline not mine. ... »

For decades, Congress mandated that telecommunications companies ensure universal telephone service to the poor and to high-cost rural areas. In 1996, Congress passed the Telecommunications Act, which included a provision championed by Al Gore to expand the definition of "universal service" to include high-tech services, and endow the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with a broad mandate to furnish schools, libraries, and health-care providers with affordable service.

This tax is on your phone,cell and cable bill right now.

I did NOT NAME OBAMA HUSSIEN is Mother did if you think that links him somehow to Saddam thats your assumption. I could call him Barry Sotero the name he used while attending a islamic school in indonesia.

I was trying to point out that this delay is all about MONEY and I belive that the American Consumer will see a NEW TAX out of this delay ! The Delay DOES STIFLE TECHNOLOGY and services that would benefit most that read this blog.

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