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Comment: Re:It's the Dick Chaney Playbook (Score 2) 534

Well, I am someone who normally voted conservative. I voted for Obama specifically because I did not like the Executive Branch power grabs of the Bush administration.

Basically, I believed the Obama's bullshit about an open government and I've never felt so duped.

I learned my lesson though, I will never vote for a republican or democrat again. They are both assmunches.

Comment: Neutrality is required for last mile competition (Score 1) 270

As a consumer I pay for a certain amount of bandwidth. How do I make a choice if I only get that bandwidth when I use certain services and the rules are so complex that I can't figure out when I am not getting what I paid for because the provider sucks, or because I have the wrong one for the services I want.

+ - Chinese General personally reveals complicity in 9-11 attack->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes ""It was not a coincidence that the 9/11 attacks took place right after
then President George W. Bush declared the US rivalry with China."

" The switching of strategic focus to the Asia-Pacific region is
inevitably introducing gaps in the attention paid to international
terrorism, which is the real threat. We simply want to point out the
loopholes of the US diplomatic strategy out of goodwill to help it avoid
another 9/11."

  — Major General Luo Yuan, deputy secretary general with the PLA Academy
of Military Sciences


(taken from https://kickass.to/blog/blacka... )"

Link to Original Source

Comment: Re:Me too! (Score 1) 276

by cs668 (#45490915) Attached to: Project Rescue Expert Todd Williams Talks About Healthcare.gov (Video)

It is also interesting that given the amount already spent they still have 60% of the system to build. They don[t have any way to distribute the funds yet , they made the front end without building the parts that would actually pay for the services.


"Success covers a multitude of blunders." -- George Bernard Shaw