The sad thing is about 100 different commenters have pointed out that it's 8 pages of regulations & ~300 pages of justification & background to these guys & they just keep on spewing bullshit.
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Thank you, I couldn't think of a really good example for that pearl-clutching moron.
Umm, no that is FOX news SOP, I was agreeing with you if you hadn't noticed!
Like most fascists, they think if they repeat something enough, it will become true.
Since you apparently don't know, the exchange actually tells you how much of your cost is getting subsidized. The amount is $0 for my fiance. We are paying our way, regardless of what you & your neo-con buddies think.
Keep crying, your tears are sooo delicious!!
Nope, you are simply ignorant of how the FCC handles the creation of regulation.
If that's how it's always worked, then why are you making it an issue? Because you are desperate & clinging to straws!
Because the FCC generally isn't allowed to release an incomplete regulatory document because of the effect it can have on the markets. It's always been this way with a single exception in my lifetime. If you had actually read this thread you'd know that.
And you wouldn't look like such a doofus.
You're really making yourself look like an idiot here guy!
If you had done a bit of research, or DEITY$ forbid, read the very thread you are posting on, you'd know that what you are parroting is disingenuous drivel.
It's 8 pages of regulations. The bulk of the document is responding to the millions of FCC comments as they are required to do by law.
Also, the text of the ICC/USF was 751 pages, so as regulatory documents go, this one isn't anything special.
But, by all means, keep on being a useful idiot.
I read it on an T-Mobile article while I researching this. It may have not been the same article I posted a link to.
Here is the current list:
At the bottom:
Tell us how you like to jam.
If your go-to music streaming service isn’t part of the program, tweet us your favorite service @TMobile, along with the hashtag #MusicFreedom.
More F.U.D. It's almost like you're working for Microsoft in the 90's.
Her insurance isn't getting subsidized, it's the mere fact that she was able to get insured at all that rocks. Got another one for me to hit out of the park there Mr. FUD?