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  Is Walmart a great example of Capitalism?
MW.nli
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. said:The problem with capitalists is that they are so damned shortsighted. They see nothing beyond getting profits up next quarter and to hell with long term goals. As Lenin once said, "The capitalists will sell us the rope we will use to hang them with."



That's always been the problem. Of Corps would set their sights on reasonable gains there would be virtually no issues with the Capitalist system. They are killing it off to gorge the few who will temporarily survive.
9824
High Calling

2855 posts

MW.nli said:The Govt. is the pimp, son, and we are the whores. Corps are the johns.


No wonder you don't get it.
Government = Whore
Corporations = johns
You = fucked

Math much?
MW.nli
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9824 said:No wonder you don't get it.
Government = Whore
Corporations = johns
You = fucked

Math much?



You're not very worldly.
9824
High Calling

2855 posts

MW.nli said:That's always been the problem. Of Corps would set their sights on reasonable gains there would be virtually no issues with the Capitalist system. They are killing it off to gorge the few who will temporarily survive.


Capitalists have to make more than reasonable in order to pay the government that is on the take.
MW.nli
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9824 said:Capitalists have to make more than reasonable in order to pay the government that is on the take.



That's their problem, since they decided to feed the beast in the beginning. No sympathy there.
Mooncusser
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MW.nli said:You're a useless troll and believe yourself amusing.

Read your idiot link and imagine someone who really believes man made global warming exists and posts provided links to try and convince others! You're a tool aka useful idiot.
9824
High Calling

2855 posts

MW.nli said:That's their problem, since they decided to feed the beast in the beginning. No sympathy there.


:facepalm:
Taxes and fees are not voluntary.
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. said:Cheaper, quality goods and the convenience of almost everything under one roof.
Provides lots of employment at competitive pay.

Seems like it makes a great case for Capitalism.

If it doesn't make sense, it will fail. Thats the beauty of capitalism.
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9824 said: :facepalm:
Taxes and fees are not voluntary.



I dont know about that, some corporations are quite skilled at eluding them and pay sweet fuck all in taxes.
MW.nli
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Mooncusser said:Read your idiot link and imagine someone who really believes man made global warming exists and posts provided links to try and convince others! You're a tool aka useful idiot.



I don't believe in man-made global warming, so trying to convince yourself I'm a NewLib moonbat is absurd.

Wal-Mart is evil. Enjoy your so-called cheap products, and don't be a :crybaby: when their business tactics eventually fuck you in the ass, umkay?
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You lost me a "quality goods."
MW.nli
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9824 said: :facepalm:
Taxes and fees are not voluntary.



What taxes and fees? Do you think Wal-Mart pays taxes and fees comparable to you and I running a business?

Get freaking real.
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JWP said:Then business are forced to pay a living wage.




no one can be this clueless.

:troll:
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. said:Cheaper, quality goods and the convenience of almost everything under one roof.
Provides lots of employment at competitive pay.

Seems like it makes a great case for Capitalism.

Exploiting the poor, needy and vunerable in exchange for profit?

Yep, sounds like capitalism to me.
JWP
www.mosquitonet.com/~prewett

20833 posts

. said:
. said:Cheaper, quality goods and the convenience of almost everything under one roof.
Provides lots of employment at competitive pay.

Seems like it makes a great case for Capitalism.

Exploiting the poor, needy and vunerable in exchange for profit?

Yep, sounds like capitalism to me.



Helping the poor make ends meet and
making profit for investors, paying taxes,
paying workers what the workers think they are worth

[they are free to seek employment at YOUR business if they don't think Walmart is paying them enough],...


Yep, sounds like capitalism to me.
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. said:Cheaper, quality goods and the convenience of almost everything under one roof.
Provides lots of employment at competitive pay.

Seems like it makes a great case for Capitalism.



WalMart, quality?
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:facepalm:
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Walmart is the epitome of govt. welfare nog as a corporation.

They hire highly educated people at the corporate level to find ways to put their employees on social programs by paying them just under what makes them qualify for food stamps, housing, and general EBT cards. The taxpayer subsidizes their entire company. If that was taken away they would collapse overnight because the workers would all have to find a job somewhere else to make ends meet. Their stock would crash and the investors would get a few cents on the dollar after the ching chong creditors got first go at what is left.
JWP
www.mosquitonet.com/~prewett

20833 posts

. said:.......... The taxpayer subsidizes their entire company. .........



Sheep shall be fleeced ....

that's just the way it is
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Google is the best example of capitalism. They have a lot of money (capital) and they use it to fuck with other companies without any regard for whether it's good business. They don't even care if they lose money doing it, as long as it doesn't hurt their cash cow (search). That's what capitalism is: the concentration of capital that means some don't have to play by the rules, don't have to worry about competition and inevitably become spiteful, paranoid and insular, feeling threatened by everyone, lashing out at competitors and seeking to destroy anything that they don't own.
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JWP said:Sheep shall be fleeced ....

that's just the way it is



Pretty foolish way to do biz. What will they do when everyone is working for $8 per hour and the subsidy ends?
one_who_knows1
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5306 posts

You fucks are too young to remember that there were WalMart style companies in the past, all of which went out of business. Gemco. FedCo. etc.

WalMart is riding high because of "free market" trade and the tax revolt in the US, allowing it to make deals with local government to save on taxes (deals which smaller retailers are unable to make).

If WalMart becomes successful to the extreme, running almost all competition out, it will raise prices very high. Can't happen? Look at the commercial airlines in the USA. Southwest comes into a market, undercuts the competition. After competition abandons the route, it raises fares to WAY above pre-competition levels.

That's runaway capitalism.
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anon_for_this said:
. said:Cheaper, quality goods and the convenience of almost everything under one roof.
Provides lots of employment at competitive pay.

Seems like it makes a great case for Capitalism.



A perfect example of Capitalism: paying its average worker so little they must collect welfare (e.g. food stamps, medicaid) to survive.

^^^^^ :potd:^^^^^
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said:Is Walmart a great example of Capitalism?



"Crapitalism" would be the more correct term.
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Walmart is PURE GLOBALISM, when they've got it all wrapped up they will use real name: WORLDMART!
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Slavemart

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