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Thursday, April 18, 2013

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CT Foster

The First Amendment right of freedom of speech is vital to The United States of America. As citizens, we need to be able to talk with each other without the threat of punishment by any government or corporation of any kind. Of course, it is incumbent on us to use critical thinking on any communication. While private matters (like bank account #'s etc.) must be protected, such protection must never be used as an "excuse" to limit or monitor non-private communication -- even unpopular non-private communication!

Lauren Donna Graham

Our country has been stolen by the corporate culture. Here is an apt quote from Abraham Lincoln in 1863; "Corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will follow." Basically, if you are not a consumer above a certain level, you really don't exist. I am 67, and the America I was taught and believed in no longer exists.

Sandra Colr

Poor people have no access, that denies them access to many things that could improve their economic status...and their buying power. Internet connectivity and speed in the US lags far behind that of the rest of the world and it is only because our political system is profit driven. If there is no profit up front, the investment is worthless. Pity, business would be better off if they understood the public as their customers rather than just a cost line (as employees students, social security recipients etc.) on their balance sheet. A stable economy is far more valuable than short term profit. Its gonna take a whole lotta pain before it gets better.

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