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JUST THE ISSUES; Part: 2

Day 1,839, 05:09 Published in USA USA by Ghost of Tom Joad

As spokesperson, I was asked to point out that these are not the official views of the Socialist Freedom Party. I also retract Pt.1, on behalf of the party.


stolen doccuments


Along with the forum and secret sub forums There is a super secret, admin forum. From here, people can get personal information, including your ISP.
These features are available on IRC, and of course, the secret, invite only IRC.
These sub-vert operations would seem pretty alarming, if not for the virtual security of our nation. Keep in mind though, "They are watching."



The Haves and Have Not's:

Everyone knows that large changes are coming. However, we can't let it scare us. It's well known that we fear change and some people have learned to feed on that fear. There is important work to be done, but there is nothing to worry about.

Welcome to the real world.
When you get right down to it, "this is all about Money." It shouldn't surprise us that the people pulling the strings, are the people with the most money in RL. This also ties into the military complex, the back-bone of the economy.

The MUs


I don't care about sharing a resource bonus with a China-woman. The resources are unlimited. We are running around like chickens with our heads cut off, (pardon the expression,) to protect our own tax dollars. Taxes that were raised when we were asking for lower taxes.





JUST THE ISSUES;Part 3: Weopens of Mass Distraction. Coming Wednesday if I'm not assasinated by then. I can't sit around much longer.

 

Comments

LordWarden1485
LordWarden1485 Day 1,839, 12:42

Walmart, when one factors in all variables such as shipping, distribution, hidden control/manipulation of supplying manufacturers, etc., now controls the lives and livelyhoods of an estimated 60% of the American workforce.

Walmart refuses to pay a living wage to it's workers, even though it has been estimated that increasing the wages paid to its workers to the 25k a year range would only cost the average Walmart customer 15 cents per visit.

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LordWarden1485
LordWarden1485 Day 1,839, 12:47

At the same time, Walmart, which reported a NET profit of 15.4 billion dollars for the fiscal year ending 2011, is at the forefront of corporations fighting against any tax increases for corporations or the wealthiest Americans, preferring instead to demand cuts in entitlement programs such as Social Security, Medicaid, and Food Stamps, even though most of its employees, due to starvations wages, qualify for Food Stamps and many of them for Medicaid.

Hampton H. Hampton
Hampton H. Hampton Day 1,839, 20:01

^^cool story bro

Ghost of Tom Joad
Ghost of Tom Joad Day 1,839, 21:32

I know, right.
I checked to see if he had a paper, because I wanted to read more.

Lysander Spooner II
Lysander Spooner II Day 1,840, 23:11

The Walmart topic is worth researching. I wonder if they obtain government subsidies in any way? The source of those subsidies would be from the tax dollars paid by those making starvation wages.

 
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