Re: Broadband, Content Provider Firms Fight Over Net Neutrality

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"You do deserve a return on your investment is the bottom line if > you're going to build out these networks," the Nevada Republican > said. "Otherwise, if you can't give them the return on their > investment, Wall Street is not going to loan them the money to do > this."

However, just because someone (some company...) "deserves a return" does NOT mean, under the free enterprise system, that they are _guaranteed_ a return.

There are way, way, too many groups, that have managed to get either perpetual gov't (taxpayer...) handouts or, the next best thing (and sometimes better) a gov't enforced monopoly or... a gov't mandated price set. We don't need more.

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