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Republicans Attempt to Defang the FCC

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Good too much Gov't anyway!

LibtardExposer

Jan 17, 2015, 5:15 PM
😁 There is way too much Government regulation as it is. I don't want to pay more for my internet just to get to the stuff I want or need. These big companies keep making excuses to try and limit the net as it is. Back in the day everyone was sold on Unlimited Data when the resources were not all in place and the price cost them more to provide. Fast forward to today and you have to pay for the data you are using. The price comes down when the capacity expands but the consumers are having to pay more to get less. The price will always keep going up and the consumers get the short end of the stick. I like the option of shared data if it fits the needs of the consumer but there should be an option for those who need the unlimited data to be ab...
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gloopey1

Jan 17, 2015, 6:04 PM
"Like," and "+1" to that!
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Sam K

Jan 17, 2015, 6:44 PM
I agree as well. People forget that it was govt regulations by local governments that led to the situation we have now where local govts would award only one cable TV franchise in a geographic area. By the time this was outlawed in 1992 by the Cable Act, it was too late to address the problem. I'm still waiting for Verizon FIOS to come to my area in NYC to give Time Warner some competition. I'd rather have govt stay out of it by trying to over regulate an industry and let the competition drive down prices. People seem to have forgotten what happened to the cost of wired line phone service and long distance cost after the breakup of the Bell System (a govt backed monopoly) in the 1980s which led to more competition. Govt should let true...
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meager73

Jan 18, 2015, 12:10 PM
Too many sheep who gladly give their tax dollars away and not ask anything in return like a consumer watchdog advocate. Its pretty sad when the person who used to do the lobbying for these turds lost his stomach for this industry and its trying to help the consumer is now being attacked by politicians with Crisco hands with these under the table motivations. We pay their taxes but these taxes have no representation and they have no regulation! I guess the secret Crisco hand shakes under the table will always bully the FCC. So why not remove the FCC all together if we are not regulate the most over sized federal subsidized industry. These crooks don't pay the taxes for postpaid, they get to double dip into subsidized federal funds to build...
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