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All these toxic/contaminated products should have been shipped to and sold in China. Let them experience what we have to deal with from their exports.
Shipping the toxic Barbie dolls to China would be ironic since they originated in that country.
I was an independent tire Firestone dealer in the 70-80's and it was nightmare. A lot of new Vettes came in with all 4 tires shredded and had taken the fenders off...they were pissed to the max...
But these recalls pale in comparison to what this government is doing to us by printing 85B a month in funny money to prop up the market. The sequester cuts are a joke, they mean nothing but they are trying to scare us into believing it will hurt...but if we don't make REAL spending cuts we will sink! Cuts in the projected spending is not real people it is voodoo accounting.
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[BRIEFING.COM] The stock market finished an upbeat week on a mixed note. The S&P 500 shed less than a point, ending the week higher by 1.3%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (+0.1%) cemented a 1.7% advance for the week. High-beta names underperformed, which weighed on the Nasdaq Composite (-0.3%) and the Russell 2000 (-1.3%).
Equity indices displayed strength in the early going with the S&P 500 tagging the 2,019 level during the opening 30 minutes of the action. However, ... More
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