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[[category:companies]]{{seed}}Stephen B. Burke, then Executive Vice President and now Chief Operating Officer of Comcast, raised at least $200,000 for [[George W. Bush]] in the [[2004 US presidential election]].
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Stephen B. Burke, then Executive Vice President and now Chief Operating Officer of Comcast, raised at least $200,000 for [[George W. Bush]] in the [[2004 US presidential election]].
 
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* '''2005-07-16''' [http://www.commondreams.org/views05/0716-20.htm How Comcast Censors Political Content] "Or Why My Comcast Horror Story Is Better Than Yours", by David Swanson: "We didn't know it, but for the past week, anyone using Comcast has been unable to receive any Email with "www.afterdowningstreet.org" in the body of the Email. That has included every Email from me, since that was in my signature at the bottom of every Email I sent. And it included any Email linking people to any information about the upcoming events."
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