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David Isenberg is a worried man. And scared. I am amazed at how FCC has lost its charter of putting citizens first, and become a political pawn.

David Isenberg is a worried man. And scared. I am amazed at how FCC has lost its charter of putting citizens first, and become a political pawn.

  1. Jesse Kopelman Monday, August 8, 2005

    I’d still like someone to provide an example of the FCC purposfuly puting citizens first. My claim is that they’ve always been a political pawn.

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  2. Jesse, you might be right about that one. i wonder how does this political status quo end.

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  3. If someone like McCain managed to become President without completely selling out onhis principles, that might be a powerful incentive for change at the FCC.

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