dude looks like hed be on an ad for adult diapers
Tech illiterate geriatrics running our country, destroying all advancements in technology and making policy decisions that these scumbags CAN'T EVEN COMPREHEND
By a quick survey of posts about Senate and House members here today, it cost the telecom industry about $5 million in "contributions" to cause elected officials to sell out the people. That's a hell of a cheap price and now we need to make these people pay and pay and pay.
If you want faster internet than everyone else buy the most expensive package your ISP provides. Net Neutrality just prevents ISPs from being able to fuck you over and charge you for shit you already pay for.
its nice to see our freedoms being sold off for the cost of a new buick. this dude is a sentient trash bag full of untreated sewage
Also lets not forget when rodney here tried to get a woman fired from her job for political activism during her free time: http://www.wnyc.org/story/frelinghuysen-targets-activsts-letter-boss/
The actual source is the disclosures by registered lobbyist which you can access through the site www.followthemoney.org
This is for Rodney
Here you can find our other reps, just click on the magnifying glass by their names. Then click election year and general industry to see the numbers that are being referenced.
Not sure why everyone is linking that trash article.
damn, who shat in your coffee this morning?
I'll bet you'll find similar donations of varying amounts from telecom companies to most if not all of democrats too.
agreed. they're all crooked and should be dragged for this bullshit. these posts may be a bit misguided but at least its something. people should have the right to speak out because something obviously very wrong here on both party lines. nothing wrong with demanding answers, sources or not. and if the OPs on this sub are wrong about stuff they post, let the officials come in and comment and prove us wrong. so far, i havent seen any elected official come forward and vindicate themselves from what the public has assumed, so why would we inherently trust them?