Skip to comments.Comcast Time Warner Deal Looks More Like Democratic Marriage
Posted on 04/06/2014 12:08:24 AM PDT by paltz
Amid assurances from some republicans, conservatives, and libertarians in Washington that the $45 billion Comcast - Time Warner merger is nothing to fear, The Washington Free Beacon's Michael Continetti reveals the deep ties Comcast CEO Brian Roberts as well as Time Warner has with the Democratic Party:
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This has to be the biggest “no sh^t, Sherlock” article I’ve read in some time.
The whole media is one big Democrat organization. Time and Comcast is just more of the same old / same old inbreeding.
So why are no Conservatives, including Heritage, fighting this merger then?
When you get assurances from republicans, conservatives and libertarians in Washington D.C., the District of Criminals, a.k.a. Mordor on the Potomac, then it's BOHICA time.
Paying customers of Time Warner and Comcast hate both companies for their rapidly escalating pricing, lousy customer service, and bundling of content. Extremely wealthy Comcast CEO Brian Roberts could easily attacked by the GOP in the same way the Democrats are using Alinsky tactics to destroy the Koch brothers.
Instead once again the Republicans walk away from opportunity and insist there is nothing to be concerned about a communications monopoly being created that controls the internet pipeline to many homes in America as well as the video communications to the same homes. What happened to the trustbusting Teddy Roosevelt Republicans?
They became like Pat Toomey and were likely bought off by big companies like Comcast.