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it's awesome how much money you can make when the tax payer feeds your employees.
Wal China Mart has made their fortune by screwing the American manufactures and employees by closing plants and shipping jobs to Communist China. So now the Chinese worker gets screwed by Wal China Mart as they pay him $1.67 per hour.
We Americans forget that we have fought the Chinese twice vicariously in the last sixty years. Vietnam and the Korean conflict. Look up Chosin reservoir.
We fear not the US Government but corporate America. Wallstreets lust of unbridled profits and avarice of corporate America is decimating this country.
I saw people shimming under the dressing room doors at Walmart because they couldn't find anyone to unlock them. Walmart just blows.
walmart sucks!! They treat their employees like dirt, don't pay the employees what they are worth, and then expect them to do the work of 2 people. I hope you choke on your 473 billion.
3 of the top 5 are oil . Companys They only make 200 billion each and gas keeps going up. It not demand that is keeping oil up is the Oil Companys so they can make all the money .
if these were high top ranking then why cant some companys get help as employies like they should some need more help in there stores.
The working class can halt this attack and defend its basic social rights—to a job, a decent wage, nutrition, education, health care, pensions, access to culture—only by mobilizing its vast social power in a political struggle against both parties of Wall Street and the ruling class whose interests they slavishly defend.
Too many Americans are unaware of the extreme disparities that have been caused by the unregulated profit incentive of capitalism. Our winner-take-all system is flailing away at once-healthy parts of society, leaving them like withered limbs on a trembling body, even as the relative few who benefit promote the illusion of opportunity and prosperity for all. Concerned citizens armed with facts are not fooled. Instead, the more they learn the angrier they get. And as in revolutions of the past, discontent leads to change
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