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Whole Foods CEO: “I Made a Poor Word Choice” in Describing ObamaCare as Fascism

Frank98 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 9:13 AM
Mackey did not use a poor word choice. He said it. It was the right word. All normal folks knows he was correct in using the word. Now we have Rand Paul babbling that Soetoro wants to be King. Why are conservatives scared of calling Soetoro a marxist/communist or saying he's a combination of Stalin and Il Duce? Look no further than the NWO/OWG controlled marxist MSM. W/ a 51% "and growing" lemming and plantation dwellers voter base, they can destroy conservatives. The old time communists knew that if you controlled the News Organs( as the MSM was called back then) you can control a country. W/ the Komrades in the entertainment industry and in charge of the MSM, publiK sKrools and univs,cons. are scared to call a spade a spade

In an interview with NPR, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey drew a lot of attention—and criticism—by comparing ObamaCare to “fascism.” He said, "Socialism is where the government owns the means of production. In fascism, the government doesn’t own the means of production, but they do control it—and that’s what’s happening with our health care programs and these reforms.” Now, he’s walking back the controversial statement even though his feelings about the health care law haven’t changed. On CBS This Morning, Mackey said it was “a bad choice of words” because it has an association with dictatorships in the 20th century....

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