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Re: Once you go tax, you never go back.
said by Linklist:Wrong again. The problem is not the concept of government. Rather, the smaller government that the Republican party promotes is inefficient. Which company downsizes to achieve economies of scale... It's the opposite.
Just another instance of government bureaucrats trying to guarantee their jobs by getting control over more and more taxpayer dollars.
In addition, Republicans refuse to allow a state or county to own their own telco infrastructure, yet have no answer when the beloved private sector refuse to service an area.
Of course, you then turn around and use the inefficient and ridiculous hodgepodge (USF) we are forced to setup because of your aversion to government, to prove your point against government. In layman terms, you set it up to fail, in order to support your ideology against government.
The Republican approach to government does not work. Hence, why no other developed nation on the planet uses it. Rather than accept and admit that 'your' smaller government approach is flawed, you continue to beat the same baseless points.
For example, it's the GOP that has deliberately driven our post office into the ground. However, you refuse to even ponder why Post offices abroad are not only profitable but modern and successful.
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Re: Once you go tax, you never go back. Here is an example of a local municipal government, where a Republican mayor, pushed for fiber to the home infrastructure in the 9th most conservative city in the U.S. As explained in the interview, that can be found at the following link, he pushed the private sector to offer an improved broadband infrastructure. It was a long road for this community to bring fiber to the home.