DSL Conspiracy

DSL Conspiracy

August 8, 2005

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DSL Conspiracy

4:00 AM -- From today's PR pile, a scorching missive from The Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights (FTCR) in response to Friday's FCC malarkey (see FCC Zaps Broadband Carriage Regs):

In some areas local telephone companies don't even sell every customer DSL access offered by other high-speed providers. With polls showing most Americans disapprove of President Bush and his handling of Iraq, it's a curious to time for the Administration to be restricting Americans' access to information over the Internet.

It is a curious to time indeed. And I love it when folks get so gosh darn freaking mad that they toss grammar and spelling right out with the morning's coffee grounds.

Anyway, as you can see from the FTCR's slightly hysterical rant, the FCC is apparently behind a massive conspiracy to keep Americans off the Internet so they don't find out what's going on with the Iraq war and other matters of national concern.

And, unfortunately, the conspiracy won't allow folks to see the FTCR's Website, either. Or this blog. Or what random people on the Internet had for breakfast.

Well, dog my cats and confound it all. Those bureaucrats are a savvy bunch, indeed.

— Phil Harvey, Patriotic Diatribe Editor, Light Reading

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