Ecuador's Correa says AT&T, Sprint, M...

Ecuador's Correa says AT&T, Sprint, MCI owe fees

There are 2 comments on the News Chief story from May 31, 2009, titled Ecuador's Correa says AT&T, Sprint, MCI owe fees. In it, News Chief reports that:

Ecuador's leftist president on Saturday accused U.S.-based telephone companies including AT&T, Sprint and MCI of "swindling" his country out of millions of dollars in long-distance fees that he claims they owe.

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Miami, FL

#1 Jun 2, 2009
AT&T, Sprint, and MCI ... bend over and get ready for Correa's puppets to force you out, or shake you down until he gets evry dime he can get ... then kicks you out of Ecudaor

Mosca, CO

#2 Jun 2, 2009
Correa did his budget based on $150.00 a barrel for oil, not that it is a 1/3 of that price he is going after ANYONE who will pay UP!

GYE has 14% unemployment, new taxes on goods not made in Ecuador cost more, along with food. Poor people are poorer and Correa has not produced one single job for his people.

Way to go Correa!

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