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Old 10-21-2008, 02:23 PM
Location: In Transition
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Originally Posted by 18Montclair View Post
Amazing how such a biased article could come from a tech mag.

First, this area is part of the most liberal area on the planet, the San Francisco area. Not exactly a good statistical cross section of the tech industry. I wonder what they found in the Austin, TX area (another high tech) for example?

Second, seems like Joe Biden is Obama's evil / opposite twin as far as tech is concerned. And guess what entity the vice president presides over? Guess what laws are going to come out of an Biden run Senate. Biden isn't exactly tech's best friend.

Also, after all the blah blah blah about Obama being against the FISA bill, guess what he ultimately voted for? Guess this is yet another vote for what I say, not as I do... And since AT&T pretty much paid for the Democrats, what do think is going to happen to net neutrality if Obama gets into office?

Not saying McCain is any better, but come on...
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Old 10-21-2008, 02:24 PM
Location: WA
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Dude. Austin, Texas is also extremely liberal.
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