Daily Archives: September 9, 2009

Walmart’s Project Impact: A Move to Crush Competition

Walmart on the road to become a monoply.

If the Government allows this to happen there will be, or lets say, unemployment will be close to if you count all though who are unemployed drawing unemployment or not, will probably be close to 28% unemployed, and that is what some one said it was close to now, I think that it is closer to 35% unemployed not 9.7% like they want you to believe,  and the Government won’t ever tell you the truth even if their life depended on it.

If the American people let this happen for cheap prices, you will not be able to stop it later, this will be the total destruction of the UNITED STATES as you knew it, you will only have one store and have to then pay their prices, ( NO COMPETITION ) and SLAVE WAGES, gee this sounds like when they worked for $.10 cents an hour back in the good old days.



Walmart loves to shock and awe. City-size stores, absurdly low prices ($8 jeans!) and everything from milk to Matchbox toys on its … Continue reading

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Taxpayers Face Heavy Losses on Auto Bailout

Congressional Oversight Panel report says most of the $23 billion initially provided to General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC late last year is unlikely to be repaid.
If this is the case then from Obama all the way down, the ones who could not wait to bail out all these companies and take control of them should be held responsible to pay back all this money they squandered, if it was the American citizen who spent all that money they signed for, they would have to pay it back, if not then garnishee their wages and put a lean on all their properties until it is payed back.

Every dollar the Federal Government receives is signed for by them and is guaranteed to be spent on major programs and not pork. PAY UP WASHINGTON DC or be prosecuted for theft of taxpayer money.


Wednesday, September 09, 2009

WASHINGTON – Taxpayers face losses on a significant portion of the $81 billion in government aid provided to the auto industry, an oversight panel said in a report to be released Wednesday. Continue reading

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RedState Morning Briefing

1. The Van Jones resignation raises more serious questions
2. The Obama Depression Deepens
3. Van Jones Should Not Get a Pass With an Apology. Barack Obama Should Not Get A Pass by Throwing Him Under the Bus
4. And just like clockwork, the Van Jones race baiting begins
5. Our EPA: Keeping the Environment Safe for … Mayflies?!

6. ObamaCare, Born of 15 Untruths and Broken Promises

7. Keith Olbermann is Television’s Norman Bates

8. Let There Be Health Continue reading

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