I’m glad they have the peoples’ best interests in mind.

The Hill now reports that Comcast is “waging a campaign of shock and awe for its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable by fielding one of the biggest lobbying teams ever seen in Washington,” as the cable giant “has added seven lobbying firms to its roster since first proposing the deal earlier this year, and it is adopting a posture of overwhelming force to try to win approval from federal regulators.”
—Brad Reed, BGR
Democracy in action! Fuck yeah!

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