posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 03:47 AM
reply to post by Bassago
Just as it is the American Citizen's responsibility to make more intelligent choices at the election polls (despite the poor choices available...),
it is also our responsibility to make choices where we make purchases.
Support locally owned small businesses. Support more responsible corporations. Their concern is the bottom line, and if no one wants to buy their
product because it comes out of a machine rather than made by people, and in a way you can watch them make it, then they will be forced to accommodate
the buyer, as the "free market" rules suggest.
Personally, I don't believe the free market does exist as much as some people believe, as the giant corporations and political donors have warped
the rules in their favor through the bribery of politicians, more or less, but it does exist in some form. Anyway, consider who you buy from to make
an impact on their bottom line. When profits sink, they get nervous. How many of you get receipts with surveys and chances to win something or get a
discount the next time you shop when you buy something? Let them know what we, the buyers, want.