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Thursday, July 22, 2010

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Donald in NKy

It's in the public interest that our airwaves (and newer forms of distribution) are regulated to ensure the free flow of information to the public at rates that allow a reasonable profit for providers. A utility commission.

Yes, I would rather have big government between me and big business.

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