The history of Democratic Party politicians shows that when they say "affordable" they mean exorbitantly priced.
Remember affordable health care?
Affordable student loans?
Hillary Clinton pledged Tuesday she would bring "affordable" broadband Internet access to all U.S. homes by 2020 as part of a series of proposals to increase web access and bolster the tech sector of the economy.
Presently, the Federal Communications Commission reports 10 percent of Americans, roughly 34 million people, do not have access to broadband Internet. The vast majority of them are people living in rural areas, where tech companies have declined to install the infrastructure necessary to bring high-speed Internet to a small number customers due to the cost.
Ah yes, mountains. Do you know that when I am driving my 2010 red Mustang GT convertible, I reach spots where Sirius XM loses its signal? And Poca is not really mountainous or hilly. Affordability is not the problem. Practicality is.
But keep pitching the Internet, Missus Clinton. It reminds people of your email scam.