“The Real Deadbeats”: You’re Not The Deadbeat. The Waltons Are The Deadbeats

29 Nov

This is perhaps the most blatant example of what happens when we allow our Corporate Capitalists to run amok. Why is this allowed to happen? These people are repulsive, sickening examples of humanity and need to be controlled. Forced to pay much higher wages and forced to make much lower profits. Yes; I said forced. Capitalists will NEVER learn when enough is enough or to share their success with those who are not as lucky; intelligent; talented; silver-spoon-fed; as they are; or even with those people who make this wealth possible for them. Want to see. let these i.4 million people quit and let’s see the Waltons run Wal-Mart on their own. These greedy Bastards are prime examples of what is wrong with America. You haven’t seen angry until you have seen my face right now. “BOLD PROGRESSIVE POLICY” is the only chance we have to fight this cancer. Christy, Jim, Alice, and S. Robson Walton are tumors on the body of this nation; greedily gathering all of the wealth and denying sustenance to the people of this nation who have MADE Wal-Mart what it is. Money doesn’t build businesses. The workers build businesses and the Walton’s workers are starving along with the unemployed.

If you are tired of your taxpayer dollars being used to pay Wal-Mart employees the money that the Waltons refuse to pay them, then you might be interested in the large Black Friday protests that are occurring at 1,600 Wal-Mart stores in 49 states throughout the nation right now.

“I have to depend on the government mostly,” says Fatmata Jabbie, a 21-year-old single mother of two who earns $8.40 an hour working at a Walmart in Alexandria, Virginia. She makes ends meet with food stamps, subsidized housing, and Medicaid. “Walmart should pay us $15 an hour and let us work full-time hours,” she says. “That would change our lives. That would change our whole path. I wouldn’t be dependent on government too much. I could buy clothes for my kids to wear.”

The nation’s largest employer, Walmart employs 1.4 million people, or 10 percent of all retail workers, and pulls…

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