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sqrrtofnegone Wrote: May 14, 2012 7:36 PM
Didn't Romney have a bit of barbering experience? Holding someone down against his will? Couldn't be bothered to simply leave him alone? Obviously, some great private corporate tyrant potential there.
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Boom: Romney Punches Back on Bain

sqrrtofnegone Wrote: May 14, 2012 7:33 PM
Feel free to justify the overseas offshoring of U.S. jobs by U.S. corporations, on behalf of whose interests average U.S. citizens, flesh-and-blood human beings - oops, sorry - human "resources" and social "capital" - enter the military to go in harm's way to be killed or maimed for life.
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sqrrtofnegone Wrote: May 14, 2012 7:30 PM
Is it not correct that Schumer - despite pressure from his Democratic peers - supports Wall Street billionaire hedge fund managers - who are (self-) employed, not investors - being taxed at the 15-17% federal INCOME tax rate? "The poor complain, they always have, But that's just idle chatter, The system works extremely well - At least for those who matter."
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sqrrtofnegone Wrote: May 14, 2012 7:24 PM
Why wouldn't Bush advocate a tax increase to fund his adventure in Iraq? Re: "Corporations are people, my friend!" The other side of that "coin" is: "Human beings are human "resources" and "capital." Is this attitude one of those Amuricun values on behalf of which flesh-and-blood human beings join the military to go in harm's way to be possibly killed or maimed for life? Is it to be regretted that "corporate persons" cannot similarly go in harm's way on behalf of their own (financial) interests? It's not the top 1% and their offspring who will go in harm's way.
At least among those who don't think a woman should be president, who believe that wives should unquestioningly submit to their husbands (authoritarian Mormons and Southern Baptists have at least that in common, though the latter consider the former members of a "cult"), and who believe that "Corporations are people, my friend!" and, accordingly, that flesh-and-blood human beings are human "resources" and "capital."
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