Andrew Kreig, President & CEO of the Wireless Communications Association, called our attention to the association's website on US Broadband policy ( www.wcai.com/taskforce/politics ). He wrote: "We invite you to look at the contrasts between the 2008 Presidential candidates on broadband."
With the US media and rhetoric focused largely on Iraq, healthcare coverage, and a host of other priorities, broadband is not necessarily top and center in everyone's political thoughts. The WCA site provides a starting point for evaluating what each of the candidates has deemed worthy of mention in this highly-charged political climate.
The material, assembled from public records, the media, and press releases, "provides a review of broadband, telecommunications and related technology issues under debate by the 2008 candidates, with links to websites covering a range of topics, including rural deployment of Broadband and interoperability for first responders." ( www.wcai.com )