5 most-hated companies in America
Ever walk out (or pull your investment out) of a business vowing that you will never, ever return? Here's where customers, employees or stockholders are fed up.
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I didn't get a single one right. Not because I hate them, but because I thought people in general hate them. I had Walmart, Microsoft, Pfizer, General Electric, and Halliburton.
The words “retail store” and “greed” are synonymous in all stores in the world and especially the US – no matter what they might say about caring about the customer.
i love walmart
without walmart,i couldnt feed my family
ralphs,albertsons,vons....all charge as much as twice what i pay at walmart....sometimes more!!!
a single maruchan ramen at vons is $1.49
No industry lies, steals, deceives, and kills more people in the U.S. than the insurance companies:
1. You are never in good hands with any of them,
2. None of them are good neighbors,
3. Why would anybody believe a reptile with a phony accent -- no more Geckos please,
4. Progressive, the Nazi party claimed the same thing,
5. Any health care or mail order medication provider ...
What a stupid list - written by a shill for corporate America. Here is mine...
Haliburton - making profits on the blood of others
Wal Mart - willing to have anything made from the sweat of the oppressed
McDonalds - serving obesity to millions of the poor
DuPont - willing to manufacture the most noxious chemicals and dump the remnants into our air, water and earth
General Electric - manufacture of weapons of mass destruction, lacking a consciousness to the mass murder they have created.
Let us be honest to what is going on in our country!
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