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said by Linklist:I think neutral is about where they should stand, since their advocacy group has NOTHING to do with the telecom industry. Now their members, as human beings and U.S. citizens, should continue to be against the merger, but it's all well and good that the group is neutral.
And I notice they aren't against the merger, only neutral on it. Trying to not close the door to future AT&T money? All these groups would sell their souls for corporate money. And the only reason GLAAD backpedaled on the merger was because someone exposed them to public scrutiny - something they are not used to dealing with.