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Originally posted by Vitchilo
And it's narrated by John Lithgow, who played the serial killer Trinity in Dexter.
Originally posted by mastahunta
Originally posted by Diablos
Just another Mitt Romney hater who attacks him benefiting from the free market. The business world is a dog-eat-dog world and is cruel. Corporations don't have feelings, and if they are weak and a smart businessman (Mitt Romney) buys them out and has to make some tough decisions that is normally perceived as unethical by the left, then so be it.
I am beginning to think those who attack Romney's business style and call him a "vulture capitalist" are really just liberals who mask themselves as conservatives.
Also, there is nothing wrong with having donations from large corporations in the business world. Romney made some strong business contacts and those donations are a result of his hard work and ingenuity in the private sector.edit on 15-1-2012 by Diablos because: (no reason given)
Hell ya, what do we need jobs in the US for anyways?
Eliminate minimum wage and people will get paid more monies!
Originally posted by XtraemeI find this comment interesting. So you're saying you would prefer a less intelligent person to have more money than someone who actually originated an idea simply because they have the capacity to be more underhanded? Wouldn't we make our country "more great" if we funneled the resources to the people who invent the transformative ideas that advance our society instead of giving it to those who swindle it away?
Originally posted by dawnstarso they put their profits first, their people second....
pay them so little that their people end up running to the food stamp office so they can eat...
they gripe and complain when the gov't asks them for more money, so the slaves can be fed???
Originally posted by Kokatsi
If the basis of America would be "free market capitalism," the Founding Fathers would have surely included it in the wording of the Constitution.
But there is absolutely nothing about "free markets" in that document which inspired hundreds of millions of people across history.
Which suggests it is a misinterpretation to equate dog-eat-dog capitalism with America.
Originally posted by SmArTbEaTzWOW... How ignorant can you get? "He never had any political obligation to the employees" Oh it's okay to fire people and hire more later because they are replaceable... Way to get vote there...
Originally posted by SmArTbEaTzand this is one of the main things wrong with corporations. They have no social responsibility and as long as the shareholders are profiting... who gives a crap about the employees. Even if the conditions are unsafe and equipment is faulty...
Originally posted by SmArTbEaTzNow you have to be a sociopath to be the best? Figures... who would want a job that is nothing more than a puppet anyways... Oh yeah... a sociopath!
Originally posted by SmArTbEaTzSO in order to run a successful business you have to be a sociopath, throw out ethics, have no social responsibility, be cold hearted, greedy, capitalist, and know how to manipulate and take advantage of the government and it's people.