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Industry Reacts to White House Net Neutrality Push

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Nov 12, 2014, 12:08 PM

You poor confused capitalists

You're all on here asking for the right solution to the wrong problem. Yes, government regulation is bad. Yes government regulation ruins the market. But I have news for you. Today's market is NOT free. Today's market is heavily regulated and mostly socialist.

If a man is in decent health and wants to stay healthy, you recommend that he run for three miles every day and eat certain foods. But if that same man sits on his ass getting fat every day and then gets the flu, you don't recommend that he run three miles every day and eat the same foods. Instead, you recommend that he stay in the bed, drink lots of fluids, and take flu medication.

And this is where we are with telecom companies. We are past the point of saying to the government...
1st. Markets will prevail regardless. It is the 1st rule of economics.
2nd Free Markets are off the table? Most definitely not. Try as they might, socialists will never be able to kill a free market. They may manipulate it. They may try to control it...
Basically, you are promoting the classic 'Problem, Reaction, Solution' lie given to us by government.
Gov creates the problem, propagandizes a reaction, and gives us a solution...always at the cost of freedom.
Sorry. It doesnt matter how big the pr...

Nov 10, 2014, 2:15 PM

Forget you At&t

would be a radical reversal of course that would in and of itself threaten great harm to an open internet, competition and innovation

Because your current business plan doesn't already accomplish this At&t&? Go F yourself At&t you stinkin Monopoly.

The Internet should be deemed a Utility and be treated that way.
---"would be a radical reversal of course that would in and of itself threaten great harm to an open internet, competition and innovation"---

The purpose of net neutrality is to preserve the open content of the internet. As usual, AT&T conducts its...
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