Monday, April 17, 2006

Ohio, broadband access, election considerations...

Ken Blackwell mentioned in his noon-time speech today that he supports universal broadband access (Ohio as the universe, of course) as part of his vision to revitalize Ohio's economy.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Robert Nanders said...

And what exactly does that mean? Broadband access, given the presence of satellite receivers amongst other things, is already as good as universal. For the love of pete, Mongolian yak-farmers get Internet access in the middle of the Gobi!

And exactly whose pocket is the money to pay for this coming from? I hope it's the candidates, but the times when private fortunes would be used to buy votes is long gone - now we're fleecing ourselves. Long live democracy, eh?

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