January 21, 2011

New Welfare program from the Obama Regime

The Emperor's regulators have decreed that the Comcast buyout of NBC has a few strings attached.

(from the article) The regulators said: If we let you do this, you are going to have to make available to 2-1/2 million low-income households high-speed Internet access for less than $10 a month, only to the poor. Also to the poor, you're going to have to make available personal computers, netbooks, iPads, and other equipment for less than $150; and then "an array of digital literacy opportunities." Then you must "maintain or increase local programming at the ten NBC and 16 Telemundo TV stations," and you must "increase children's programming, including adding 1500 more on-demand titles" through your movie repertoire.

Yet another way to buy votes has been found by the Emperor's team.

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