Is a vote for Republicans here in Kentucky a vote for Comcast?
What does the Republican State Leadership Committee and Comcast have in common? Well for starters, according to Open Secrets, Comcast contributed $377,964 to the Republican State Leadership Committee. And the Republican State Leadership Committee is working to flip the Kentucky House of Representatives from Democrat to Republican.
Does anyone really believe Comcast would hand over $377,964 to the Republican State Leadership Committee and not expect anything in return?
Comcast has already started playing games with their data usage plans here in Kentucky.
The Unlimited Data Option is currently not available in Tucson, Arizona, Central Kentucky or Maine (account numbers beginning with one of the following sequences: 01108, 01701, 84958, 87733). Read more.
Once you accumulate 300 GB of data usage, here in Kentucky, Comcast wants you to fork over more money. Money they can give to the Republican State Leadership Committee?
In all of our trial markets except Tucson, Arizona, the data amount included with XFINITY Internet tiers was increased to 300 GB per month. We offer additional gigabytes in increments/blocks of 50 GB for $10 each. Read more.
Republicans and Comcast see the hand writing on the wall. Folks are cutting the cord, ditching cable TV and have started streaming and this is costing Comcast money and in my opinion the Republican State Leadership Committee is working to help Comcast increase their revenue by charging their customers more for the increased data usage incurred when folks stream rather than watch cable TV.
The Republican State Leadership Committee took $377,964 from Comcast and now they are asking you to vote Republican and that’s why I believe if we vote Republican we’re really voting for Comcast to take more of our money. I call it a Comcast tax provided to us by the Republican State Leadership Committee.