Cable plan could be discriminatory, pol says
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#1 Jul 13, 2007
Ricardo Montano needs to get a life.
Why should Verizon wire an area where many of the people are too poor to afford LUXURIES like HDTV and High-Speed Internet?
Here is a clue Montano, folks in Brentwood need to worry about staying out of jail, finishing school, and getting a job BEFORE deciding which HDTV service they want.
Its because of politicains like this that I left the Dem party to become an Indep.
#2 Jul 13, 2007
Competion is good!
#3 Jul 13, 2007
Ever hear of DirectTv or Dish?
Again, poor people need to WORK and stay off drugs NOT sit around and watch TV all day.
And a business shouldn't be FORCED to roll-out a service to an area that CAN'T AFFORD IT.
Since: Apr 07
#4 Jul 13, 2007
The last 10 years?
I've been here for 25 years,(moved here 25 years ago yesterday actually) and Cablevision was the only one in town back then.
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