They have failed to expand capacity to discipline price.
The simple fact of the matter is that competition is good for consumers.
Consumers are trapped between a small group of powerful, non- competing oil companies out to maximize profits and weak governmental authorities who consistently fail to strengthen or enforce the law.
I firmly believe people are overpaying for local telephone service by $8 billion to $15 billion.
When you say programming costs have gone up, what you are saying is a vertically integrated cable company has decided to shift the profits from the left pocket to the right pocket.
Losing competitors in this highly-concentrated industry is disastrous.
I don't prejudge this administration. I don't assume they are going to be worse [about protecting consumer interests]. If we can convince Republicans to be pro-competitive, then we can make some real progress here.
Get stuck in mate.
failure to agree to meaningful protections against pricing abuse means competitors can be squeezed out of the market and consumers face price increases.
While I understand that everyone would love to punish the oil companies, I want to solve the problem.
The game should have been wrapped up after half-time. We had chances to kill it off but handed them the initiative.
If Nathan keeps playing to that level he can look forward to a very bright future in the game. He is already a real handful.
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