|[AMRadio] ARRL Bandwidth Regulation -- I'm Worried!|
James M. Walker
chejmw at acsu.buffalo.edu
Tue May 10 22:12:53 EDT 2005
IMHO that all the talk indicates that the ARRL is not representing the
majority of the currently licensed folks. In that case it would seem
all that should be required is for folks to notify the FCC independently
(make that individually) that they don't want changes made that are
sanctioned by the ARRL as they do NOT represent them or their interests.
Moaning about it doesn't work, filling mail boxes and email boxes does.
As a last rant, when you no longer want a politician representing you
are procedures for removing them. The same thing holds true here. If
don't represent the majority of the Amateur Service, then it is simple
rid of them.
"G. TAYLOR" wrote:
> This has been discussed to the point of nausea all over the World
> > Wide
> > Web for almost a year.
> > Pete, wa2cwa
> I'm sorry Pete, but that still doesn't make it right!
> What is their goal? It seems they want to go all digital?
> If no one opposes this, The ARRL will prevail as they did with
> incentive licensing.
> Sure seems to me that if it's not broke, don't fix it!
> Gary WB8BEM/8
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