Stephen Pearlstein with the Washington Post shows us how it is done. From the final paragraph:
"For the past decade, the Baby Bells have talked incessantly of the glory of competitive markets while using their power and guaranteed profit to try to make sure they had no serious competitors. Now that wireless and cable competitors have come along and broken their local phone monopolies, they are scrambling to get into everyone else's businesses. Before they are allowed to buy their way in, we ought to force them to share the local networks they built at their customers' risk with their customers' money, just as Congress intended."The lead-in to that paragraph is equally incisive. Give it a look.