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I know this FACT.
My daddy grew up dirt poor. Joined the Marines, three kids, his parents didn't leave him a dime. He worked his butt off, saved his money, invested his money and he got to retire at 55 and my momma got to see them hit their $1M mark before cancer took her. Of course he's a republican.
Folks it called the American Dream...it takes hard work and it also takes wanting a government that isn't in favor of taking what you EARNED and giving it to folks that didn't earn it...could have..but didn't. Sure help the needy, but needy and lazy are two different apples.
Go to work, quit sticking out your hand and have a dream...whats stopping you?
American consumers can put a stop to this putrid example of GREED.
Boycott these companies by not purchasing their products.
It's that simple, and yes you can vote with your dollars.
Before everybody starts vilifying the CEO's of our country, why not first take a look at all of your coveted athletes and actors. Just search for yourself and open your minds before whining about corporate America.
Oh man this is exciting! They going to create MILLIONS of jobs for us now right?
I wonder what jobs they are going to create. If the 1% has all the money…what are the 99% going to buy?...Nah…I’m sure demand is limitless…no matter how many jobs we ship overseas, or how many factories we shut down…or how stagnate wages become…High demand will ALWAYS be there.
The 99%...The people that make the demand…they don’t need any money…the 1%...they need the money.
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