Skip to comments.AT&T gave cash to merger backers
Posted on 06/10/2011 8:10:31 PM PDT by Rabin
AT&T is lining up support for its acquisition of T-Mobile from a slew of liberal groups with no obvious interest in telecom deals except that theyve received big piles of AT&Ts cash. In recent weeks, the NAACP, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance, and the National Education Association have each issued public statements in support of the deal. The groups all say their public positions have nothing to do with the money they received from AT&T.
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Alice (of Wonderland), "Scratch and sniff, Zing down the rabbit hole"
Sherman (of Antitrust), Harken back to the good old Bell, competition of One.
Rab, "Pitching chump change to outfits that live of their Lobby and are in grovel mode for lack of earmarks
.. Cost effective.
Just like Grandpa said - “One (dirty) hand washes the other.”
I wonder if they gave $ to any pro-life groups. (Big eye roll.)
i may have to rethink my current carrier contract. damn cause i really like this phone.
No surprise. Go to any red-light district in any city and you’ll see members of all three groups standing on the corners.
Not true, I got nothing!
RC, “Not true, I got nothing!”
Could be a matter of improper ear config. Suggest large dish-like (0 Ear) presentation, may provide a presidential edge.
Also note, my cat Nacho is to old to fight always fights head first. We counts his losses by the ear notches. Maintains that earmarks may not be an appropriate indicator.
I wonder if they gave $ to any pro-America groups. “Big eye roll.”
Rab can but wounder.
VanS’ “Go to any red-light district in any city”
DC has applied for Red-Light Status. Enraged prostitution and pimp have sucessfully countered that it would constitute an un-warranted slap to their occupation.
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