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Jan 5, 2015, 12:25 AM

Some Regulation Is Necessary

There are two camps in America -

1. Capitalism Free Market - the people who believe, those with the most money and means to do so, should, and will, and have all the right to set the pace and market as they see fit. Even if it is detrimental to the consumer, public at large, and competitive drive and innovation.

2. Competitive Market - the people who believe that any and all players, even small ones, should be given benefits as the big players. This means things such as access to broadband, waivers for taxes, fast permitting for deployment of their technology, and increasing the number of players in a general area to drive the innovation for the benefit of the consumer, public at large, and private sector.

What we need is a little ...
Well said.
You definition capitalist free markets looks like it was written by Stalin. Competition can only thrive in a free market system. What it looks like is that you are just unhappy with who is winning that competition. Free market competition offers equal...
Is that what some people really think a capitalist free market is about? It's no wonder we have the president we do with that sort of misinformation going around.

Jan 4, 2015, 11:20 PM

Government Cannot Create What it Regulates

Perhaps if regulators were required to understand the things they restrict, perhaps they would at least have the moral authority to do so. As it is, we have bureaucrats who tell companies where to put a power button that they have no clue how to activate.
Yes. This.
The last thing we need is more busy bodies telling everyone what to do and how to do it. People like that obviously did not get the attention they needed fron their parents.
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