posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 09:26 PM
It's amazing to me how regular hard working people will continue to support corporations that have time and time again have shown the only thing they
value is profit and greed. These corporations have rode the wave of success on the backs of their workers. Years back, many corporations demanded
loyalty by their work force, yet their workers were the first to be on the cutting block instead of salaries of upper management and over paid CEO's.
They would lay-off workers and at the same time CEO's and upper management would be awarded salary bonuses. Talk about a slap in the face! The
strength of this country came on the backs of hard working Americans that produced quality products unsurpassed by any industrial nation. That
quality has declined immensely due to the greed of corporations looking for bigger profits and cheaper labor over seas.
The "poor business owner" has taken advantage of skilled labor in this country long enough. Don't value your workers, you don't deserve to be in
business. Slavery and sweat shops went out a long time ago. Treat your workers with respect and value and watch your business prosper.
The same people who talk about the bank bail outs are the same people who shed tears for corporations that don't pay a dime in taxes, make billions
in profits, lobby against raising minimum wages and breaking unions.
Let's not even talk about corporations who take out life insurance policies on workers who they think will die at an early age. The insurance is
even written describing the insured as "peasant life" insurance. Die an early death and your company makes a hundred thousand towards company
profits. Walmart is just one of those billion dollar profit companies who purchase life insurance on some of their workers.
Yeah, so all you peasants keep feeling sorry for corporations who have to lose a small percentage of their profits to help you afford to visit a
doctor. The years of standing on your feet, constant lifting, or nerve damage due to repetitive motions for all the years you devoted for corporate
profits and greed, just doesn't justify a company to invest in your healthcare.
Lets wake-up people, you talk about corruption in government, the banking industry, government, but you close your eyes to corporations who use us
like sponges and spit us out when we cut into their holy profits. Give me a break!