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Apr 01, 2011

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Billy Jones

"Greensboro doesn't need Raleigh to tie its hands when it comes to economic development."

That's right, Greensboro does a fine job of tying its hands all on its own!

James

If Greensboro doesn't want it's hands tied, it should move to another state. Raleigh doesn't give a shit what Greensboro wants. Not now, not ever.

When you live in Skipstamistan, never forget that the patriarchy knows best.

JustCorbly

If the legislature was really interested in boosting competition in the private sector, they'd ignore what some towns may or may not be up to, and compel Time-Warner, et al, to open their networks to all providers. That won't happen, of course, because hardly anyone downtown here is really interested in boosting private-sector competition. They are interested in boosting corporate profits, and corporations have no interest in competition, either.

bubba

"They are interested in boosting corporate profits, and corporations have no interest in competition, either."

Yes, that's why they've kept AT&T U-verse out of North Carolina, and that's why they forced Google to choose Kanasas City for their fat pipe project, isn't it?

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