Ned Lamont, Cable Company Magnate

Who knew that Markos’s man in Connecticutt, Ned Lamont, was an unreformed cable company monopolist?

Don’t take my word for it, it’s in the New York Times:

Mr. Lamont, a cable television executive, planned to visit election precincts in Bridgeport, New Haven, and Hartford, three cities where he is counting on a strong vote for his insurgent bid.

I don’t suppose the dude is excited about “net neutrality,” do you?

It’s going to be interesting to see how well the digital brownshirts do in expelling the DLC and thereby splitting the Democratic Party. Republicans are salivating for a Lamont victory, I can assure you.

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2 Responses to Ned Lamont, Cable Company Magnate

  1. Mumon says:

    “Digital brownshirts?” They’re the democratic wing of the Democratic party.

    And it’s way about time.

    Lieberman’s been nothing but a disaster propping up another disaster.

    Good riddance to him. Feh!

  2. Richard says:

    They’re a web-enabled lynch mob with no platform, no principles, and no concern for real people in this country or in any other. What’s their plan for Iraq? To cut out and leave the Sunnis and Shiites to fight a civil war. Damn smart, isn’t it?

    Peace & Love, man, pass me the bong.

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