Really people, don't use abbreviations, or ambiguous terms. No matter how 'cool' you think you are, there are less technical people out there that still want to know what you have to say. Using that kind of crap without explaining it doesn't make you see knowledgeable, it just makes you seem like a fool. Nor is it that hard to put an actual LINK in the article.
The information I gave was taken from the following page:
Please note that it is for the year 2016, not 2014
There are 34 seats up for vote, 2/3 of them being GOP seats (They won a ton of seats 6 years ago after the Democrats voted Obamacare into effect).
The GOP has a 4 vote majority in the Senate now. But ignoring the seats that are basically locked in, the GOP has a 3 vote lead, 47 to 44. That leaves That leaves nine seats that are too close to call - Colorado, Nevada, Florida, New Hampshire, Pennslyvania, North Carolina, Ohio, Wisconsin and Illinois.
Obama won all of those states except for North Carolina. Worse, the GOP has a crisis of faith right now with 'outsider' candidates meaning the GOP can NOT get the assured turnout. Assuming Hillary wins, the well known effect of the president increasing senate and congress wins, It is likely that the Democrats will win at least 6 out of the 9 senate races in doubt. That puts them in charge of the senate again.
Granted, 2 years from now in the mid year election, that is likely to revert back to the GOP.
Security lessons in the post 9/11 world: 1) Airline metal detection is worthless. 2) Espionage is more useful against Congress than against lone wolf terrorists. 3) It is very easy to use the threat of terrorism to get elected.
Also, throw in some bull about a 'new GOP dominated Senate' on the ridiculous belief that you will win, when the majority of polls continue to show the Democrats leading, and that the GOP would rather vote for crazy people like Trump and Cruz than elect a competent person.
Flipping burgers had a much higher chance of career advancement - having a criminal record severely limits your options, while burger flipper can end up owning their own shop. The higher you go in the criminal enterprise, the worse the consequences - most die before they hit 40.
If you are looking for someone with no 'undealt' personal issues, may I suggest you check Narnia, Atlantis, and Krypton - because you aren't living in the real world.
They get 3 people - one of which is married, one gay, and the other refuses to date someone as tall/fat/stupid/poor as them.
People just don't understand the selectivity of multiple and requirements.
That by itself is NOT bad.
It is simply a business.
If T Mobile was someone to prevent a competitor from offering a similar free internet service, that would be bad.
Extortion requires a threat. Offering a service is not a threat. It becomes a threat when you REMOVE or take away something. Binge On is not removing or taking away anything.
Any company in the world is allowed to offer free services to people. That is not a problem.
The problem was when you charged customers for X, but then refused to give them X because company Y refused to pay you.
By making Binge On free, they have neatly avoided Net Neutrality problems.
No one has the right to charge me for X and then refuse to give me X because company Y doesn't pay you. But if you are giving my X for free, you can limit it however you desire.
Money cannot buy love, nor even friendship.