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Different subsidies for different companies
Google Fiber is benefiting from a sweet arrangement of subsidies. I don't view it much different than incumbent telco and their sweet arrangement of being a former monopoly, their unchecked ability to charge consumers for pretend taxes and fees, and intimate ties to the federal government for 'National Security' spying as well as the FCC in their pocket.
Google gets congrats for even attempting to go up against that ominous wall of competition.
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Google Fiber is benefiting a lot of people. All failure in the free market for Internet services is due to our government and it's regulations.
Companies often discriminate when placing product or stores. Some places can afford a Whole Food supermarket, some can't.
Karl hasn't gotten the memo that Obama is President, and liberals run the FCC. A commissioner is not the FCC. Yet Karl will blame anyone he can for all failures he perceives (well except Obama or Democrats).
Karl, the FCC has 5 commissioners and one chairman. 3 of the commissioners, one of whom is the chairman are liberals appointed by Democrats.
The FCC chairman, appointed by one Barrack Obama is Julius Genachowski. They were classmates at Harvard law school. »en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Genachowski
Ajit V. Pai the conservative Karl doesn't like was nominated by one Barrack Obama. »www.fcc.gov/leadership/ajit-pai
The development agreement, for Google to begin deployment of fiber in Kansas City was signed on March 30,2011 - »www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=···UPoi1lPA
The Google fiber agreement went into effect a year before Ajit V. Pai took office, which was on May 7, 2012.
Facts won't stop Karl from being Karl.
Fortunately Google makes it each to check "Karl's" facts out and see if they stand.
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