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  •  Ned's position (0+ / 0-)

    Now that the primary is won , what is Lamont's position on Net Neutrality and Paris Hilton Law ?

    •  Same as they were DURING the primary (0+ / 0-)

      For net neutrality, and against the Paris Hilton tax "relief" scam.


      Mitch Gore

      Republicans believe in training Al-Qaeda, but not in training American workers.

      by Lestatdelc on Tue Aug 08, 2006 at 11:34:16 PM PDT

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      •  awesome (0+ / 0-)

        considering hes a cable TV guy....very good of him to be for it. I like him now even more.

        I HATE REPUBLICANS, HATE HATE HATE THEM!!!!!!!!! UGHHHHH [-5.50, -4.69]

        by michael1104 on Tue Aug 08, 2006 at 11:52:59 PM PDT

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      •  Link? (0+ / 0-)

        Could you provide a link to Lamont's statements vis-a-vis Net Neutrality?

        I could go for a drink right about now.

        by currahee on Wed Aug 09, 2006 at 03:25:57 AM PDT

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      •  Don't be so sure (0+ / 0-)

        It seemed to suit the netroots just fine that Lamont simplistically said "I'm for Net Neutrality!" so these earlier statements could be ignored "I can understand where if there's some services that use up a lot more bandwidth than others, there's a tier or cost that's associated with that." and "So I think rather than sitting around having a bunch of Congressmen in an oak paneled room determining what people can see and what they can't see, a much more appropriate response is allow consumers to buy the programming they want and don't make them pay for they don't want."

        It sure was an exciting night - Hands Off watched tv too!

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