In the background is “2 Big Bank”. Whatever happened to the days where companies that got too big were broken up? AT&T is now poised to take over T-Mobile, and that conglomerate and Verizon are about to take 80% of America’s cell phone market. Prior to 1984 (when AT&T was broken up), AT&T was “Ma Bell”, and Verizon, which is still the primary landline provider in Pennsylvania, was Bell Atlantic, one of the “baby Bells”. I remember a day when you were not allowed to use any other phone other than one that you were required to rent from AT&T.The stadium where the Philadelphia Flyers and 76ers play has had four names since it opened a mere 15 years ago. First named CoreStates Center after the merger of a Philly and a NJ bank, it became First Union Center when a North Carolina bank bought CoreStates. In turn, FU was bought by Charlotte cross-town rival Wachovia, which in turn was bought by Wells Fargo.Where are the anti-trust laws?It seems that the only Constitutional provision that the “elephants” are concerned with is the 2nd Amendment. They are clearly the party of the selfish, while their opposition is the party of the little guy.