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When has a corporation ever learned a lesson about anything? The CEOs get ludicrous severance packages. Hard to lament your mistakes laying on a tropical beach with your fortune safely secured in off shore bank accounts.
Actually the idea was the support people who don't have jobs or have jobs but aren't making enough to make ends meet. Sadly, we're more interested in spending more on our military than the next 9 countries combined (8 of them allies), corporate welfare and tax cuts to those who "coincidentally" spend millions on politi...more
The problem with that logic Jonny21 is that we CHOOSE to be at the barbecues. No one chooses to be subjected to second hand smoke. Mostly because barbecues smell delicious while cigg smoke smells disgusting to everyone who's not a smoker.
And republicans never think that any of their corporate **** kissing could be hurting low and middle class people. "But they create jobs!!" is the standard excuse. And who buys their services and products? The rich don't spend money. They hoard it. The lower and middle class spend money. They're the ones that drive the...more
Fewer jobs available Montana? How so? With the economy the way it is, I don't know of a single business that isn't already running on a skeleton crew. I also don't know of one where the corp executives don't have swimming pools full of cash.... in countries where the government can't tax it. Those are the people that w...more
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