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Abama is imperfect being human. He came in when the economy was bad, he didn't creat the problem, but trying to repair it. The big endowments, excessive welfare, and freebies to
parasites is a big part of the problem. There's income and expense. To aim toward a cure
for the deficit is to stop the giveaways.
How many ways can our country go bust? The world may never know... Greedy big business and capitalistic pride are commending the big CEO's with huge bonuses is nothing new, While the "actual" working middle class are the only ones who will always end up paying the REAL price in the end with nothing to show for, but collateral debt and permanent unemployment. We did it to ourselves America by gradually allowing ALL of this to has happen in the first place! So laugh it up anyway because that's all we REALLY can do at this point and maybe we ought to ALL go on welfare because they can't take anymore than what we don't have to give!
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!! Some People are just so ?????
There is not one Wally world that has 300 people working there. Next, they do not want people working over 30 hours, so they do have have to pay benifits. NEXT!!!!!!!! they pay about 70% what other stores would pay. Next they WORK DILLIGENTLY to make special deals with foreign countries to get cheaperr goods. Because they buy almost all out of country goods. One Last thing, ALMOST EVER DIME that is spent into these stores will leave your area. This is like saving $3 now to have someone take $7 later. Lot of people hate Math, But maybe it is time to practice some simple math.
Not all of you fine people out there have closed eyes. But to me. This is a new kind of WAR. Instead of sending explosive BOMBS, You send in the much slow Finaicial BOMBS.
AMERICA IS UNDER ATTACK!!!!!!!!!! And if you can not see this, then we are all doomed. because you interact with the ticking bombs each and everyday.
problem is this!!! are you speeding up the timer??? Or slowing it down????????
I am in fact one that stated we should start fighting to buy American. But I totally understand what you were saying also. For a Car to say American made, only 30% of that car has to be produced in America!!! THIS IS BULL-SHEET!! When you go to the store and buy a Blue Berry Muffin. It has No blue berries in it. It does not say it does not have them either. Maple syrup is another. (3) Congressmen are fighting right now to have this corrected. Most of the maple syrup you by is not that. It is Corn Syrup. This just builds into one more tiny piece of the BIG SHEET STORM we are in. Corperate Greed and the THUMB it has on our Government
Once again everyone. It is not just a few items that are the trouble. It is that we have so many little problems, that they add up to a big Sheet Pile. How do you clean something up??? Do not focus on everything at once. Focus on one part... Plan, action, complete, look for new target. Do not target the whole problem. If everyone does just a small part, this will also add up into something HUGE! See, Our Government understands this, and WE AS A NATION, do not!!!!
PFFFFT!!!!! You all think it is White against Black. Ok, so a lot of times it is. But our Government wants to keep us at odds with each other, so we ALL DO NOT FOCUS ON THEM!!!!! Yah know something. Mr. Taiwanesse, I hate your food, But we are still on the same team if we would stop listening to MR FAT JACK!!!!!
OH!!!! Been all over the world. I do not like a lot of BLACK PEOPLE!!!!! There are a lot of ASIAN PEOPLE I do not like either. I still find my x-wife HOT, even though she is a spoiled brat asian lady. But I will say this!!!! These are just 1's and "o's. Black/white, yellow or red. Screw it all!!!!!! Most all of you are missing the bigger pitcture, because the more powerfull people want you to miss it.
People do not understand. Even though our bodies might not be the same, that our Soul or spirit is!!!
Where did ya buy that hat? The people that sold you that hat didn't set the price, they are not price setters they are price takers. They will take the price that someone is willing to pay! If they were to set the price to high nobody would buy that stupid looking hat! Can't wait to see your new system, probably something like let the government make hats and then every one can have one for free!
Don't like that people could loose jobs but Penny's getting what they deserve after they raised credit card interest to max allowed. Called to ask why went up and if could get lowered back since all my family members had cards there and we spent close $1000 month there on clothing and other items. Told by person with company "No, and if you don't like it cancel the card". So I did and never shopped there again.
They took page from Bank of America who did same thing with credit cards and treated customers to similar reply and look at them now.
You treat your customers like crap and they will go elsewhere don't care how good a deals you have or products you carry.
Failing stores like Gap just don't get it. The bulk of their clothing sales should be to repeat customers not trendy posers. Instead of focusing on 20-somethings who buy that one "friday night shirt" or blazer they should look at lowering their prices on uniform sales and business casual clothing. They are pricing themselves out of business.
Great, MSNBC and the contuing National Bama Channel theme is bad enough but now it has become an ad board too. I think I'll have to look for another front page.
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