More Pete Ashdown fodder

Pete's a good egg. He's an effective and respectable businessperson -- I co-founded and operated a competitor to his ISP in 1995, and have nothing but respect for the way Pete grew Xmission into a huge success in an ethical and responsible manner. Even as a competitor, Pete very clearly was interested in doing the right thing for his customers, potential customers, and the people of Utah. He consistently made the best decisions to help his customers, and then figured out a way to make sure that the resulting course of action was economically viable. I may be a little simple, but that seems like exactly the kind of decision-making I'd like from more politicians. It would be great to have him as a senator for Utah.

Read the whole article here: http://dga.livejournal.com/14818.html

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