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biochemistry
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join:2003-05-09
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Community Fiber

Community Fiber or even nationwide fiber is the only way to go. If we weren't spending so much money on foreign entanglements we were warned about, we could spend it at home. (Why not vote for a candidate who actually doesn't like war? I cry inside when I hear people like dick morris call a candidate who doesn't like war but does like personal freedoms - dangerous)

Anyway, FTTP or GO.

Wilsdom

join:2009-08-06
Corporate ISPs have conspired together and successfully made it illegal on the state-level whenever it is proposed.

34764170

join:2007-09-06
Etobicoke, ON
said by Wilsdom:

Corporate ISPs have conspired together and successfully made it illegal on the state-level whenever it is proposed.

Which is beyond ridiculous. "We won't do it for the customer so you can't either."

Wilsdom

join:2009-08-06
Can't blame them for trying. The legislators who sell out their entire constituency, on the other hand...


Bill Neilson
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join:2009-07-08
Arlington, VA
reply to Wilsdom
And yet whenever we try to scrap these idiotic, monopolistic rules....we are screamed at for being "UnAmerican" and love "Government intervention"

Idiots

elray

join:2000-12-16
Santa Monica, CA
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reply to biochemistry
said by biochemistry:

Community Fiber or even nationwide fiber is the only way to go. If we weren't spending so much money on foreign entanglements we were warned about, we could spend it at home.

Considering that we're spending almost twice as much as we collect in tax revenues, any savings from isolationism should not be "spent" at all, but used to eliminate our debt, and then refunded to the taxpayers, who can decide best for themselves, if they want to buy fiber services.