Obama and his cronies give his base in Chicago a big favor-free internet and PCs

If this isn't blatant favoritism I don't know what is.   As part of the White House's deal to permit Comcast to buy NBC Universal, the government forced Comcast to promise to provide, according to  Abby W. Schacter of the New York Post:   2.5 million low income households: (i) high-speed Internet access service for less than $10 per month; (ii) personal computers, netbooks, or other computer equipment at a purchase price below $150; and (iii) an array of digital-literacy education opportunities."   Who are the lucky beneficiaries among all the Americans who fit this category? Are you sitting down? Poor blacks in Obama's hometown in Chicago are the ones getting the sweet deal.  Is it also a coincidence that Rahm Emanuel, Obama's former Chief of Staff, was recently elected mayor and may need to boost his reputation among this same group of people, since he defeated a couple of the black candidates widely supported by them?   Of course, many of the...(Read Full Post)