Topic: Wow, this is fucked. Walmart costs tax payers $6B/year in public assistance for their workers
Posted by The Gumbi
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Your question "Why can't they pay people enough to live?" contains a logical fallacy. You cannot show that anyone has ceased to live from receiving a paycheck at Wal-Mart.


Except of course the fact that its employee need to get government handouts to a tune of 6B$ in order to live, great point!


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. said: Your personal attacks confirm your claims have no foundation.

Nothing personal, just a recommendation so you can get a better grip on the subject at hand.


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The Gumbi said:
Except of course the fact that its employee need to get government handouts to a tune of 6B$ in order to live, great point!

So you are conjecturing that they will die if they continue working at Wal-Mart and not receive government benefits?


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. said: Your personal attacks confirm your claims have no foundation.

Nothing personal, just a recommendation so you can get a better grip on the subject at hand.

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I don't think they teach unicorn science in high school.


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. said: I don't think they teach unicorn science in high school.

Sure they do, it's called "Social Studies".


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. said: I don't think they teach unicorn science in high school.

Sure they do, it's called "Social Studies".

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You are a wealth of knowledge.


Posted by The Gumbi
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The Gumbi said:
Except of course the fact that its employee need to get government handouts to a tune of 6B$ in order to live, great point!

So you are conjecturing that they will die if they continue working at Wal-Mart and not receive government benefits?

They would be below the poverty line and would live in 3rd world conditions. Aren't you baggers always screeching that America is now 3rd world country?


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. said: Amazon and online shopping in general has driven way more small businesses under. 

A lot of small businesses don't deserve to be in business. They can't compete because Joe Sixpack really has no fucking clue how to run a business.

They were fine. If they could get the same prices Walmart pays for products Walmart would be out of business.


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The Gumbi said:
They would be below the poverty line and would live in 3rd world conditions.

Why is this anyone else's problem but theirs?

I would rather have subsidized education than food stamps.


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Why is this anyone else's problem but theirs?

I would rather have subsidized education than food stamps.

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We already have subsidized education, genius.


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. said: We already have subsidized education, genius.

You seem to have missed out. Looks like we're fucking up.


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Why is this anyone else's problem but theirs?

I would rather have subsidized education than food stamps.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.

America is a land of opportunity where anyone can work hard and succeed, except the lazy whiny shithead who don't want to work or educate themselves. Those are the people complaining about "living wages", etc.


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You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.

America is a land of opportunity where anyone can work hard and succeed, except the lazy whiny shithead who don't want to work or educate themselves. Those are the people complaining about "living wages", etc.

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What about unicorns? Can you lead them to water?


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. said: What about unicorns? Can you lead them to water?

Get back to us on that one when you get your GED.


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. said: What about unicorns? Can you lead them to water?

Get back to us on that one when you get your GED.

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I would if only subsidized education existed.


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. said: I would if only subsidized education existed.

You can save up your Wal-Mart paychecks in the meantime.


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. said: I would if only subsidized education existed.

You can save up your Wal-Mart paychecks in the meantime.

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Yes, I will save money to pay for subsidized education.


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It is well understood that nothing so excites the glands of a free-market capitalist as the offer of a government subsidy.


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. said: It is well understood that nothing so excites the glands of a free-market capitalist as the offer of a government subsidy.

Indeed. Just look at Tesla!


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The Gumbi said:
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Your question "Why can't they pay people enough to live?" contains a logical fallacy. You cannot show that anyone has ceased to live from receiving a paycheck at Wal-Mart.


Except of course the fact that its employee need to get government handouts to a tune of 6B$ in order to live, great point!


          So upsetting..Eh, gumbi!?


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The Gumbi said:
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Your question "Why can't they pay people enough to live?" contains a logical fallacy. You cannot show that anyone has ceased to live from receiving a paycheck at Wal-Mart.


Except of course the fact that its employee need to get government handouts to a tune of 6B$ in order to live, great point!


          So upsetting..Eh, gumbi!?

LMAO


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. said: So cancel all welfare programs.

Problem solved.

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Now watch the Libshits SCREAM.


Posted by The Gumbi
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Anyone remember when a Walmart store had to have a food drive for employees?


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The Gumbi said: Anyone remember when a Walmart store had to have a food drive for employees?

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They're double dipping.  Paying people below poverty level wages then taking government subsidies.  It's self-supporting corporate welfare.


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Mascara said:
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They're double dipping.  Paying people below poverty level wages then taking government subsidies.  It's self-supporting corporate welfare.

Don't forget their tax avoidance.



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