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Re: “An oasis in a food desert

The boots on the ground approach is the way great movements start. Good luck to all involved.

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Posted by Khyber Pass on 05/20/2010 at 3:54 PM

Re: “Hoyle to municipal broadband: Drop dead

SORRY, read "areas the big companies WILL make a profit on."

Posted by Khyber Pass on 05/14/2010 at 8:36 AM

Re: “Hoyle to municipal broadband: Drop dead

Why would a company bother to provide service to any area that wouldn't pay for itself? They don't. That's what government is for, to provide the benefits of modern life to every citizen equally, not just those who live in the areas the big companies won't make a profit on.

I would say that Mr. Hoyle is a DINO. Real Dems want everyone to share the good stuff.

I'm one of the "8%" without fast service and I will bet a pan of my special brownies that we are more than eight percent of the NC population.

Im for taking all subsidies away from every corporation and business , leveling the playing field, and moving forward into the 21st century, instead of living perpetually in the 19th.

Posted by Khyber Pass on 05/14/2010 at 8:30 AM

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