Banks assert the right to the same profits. Why not us?
This entry was posted in and tagged Bank Consultant, Bank of America, corporate welfare, Crappy Boss, Debit Card Fees, Economy, Hidden Fees, Individual Rights, Inflation Rate, Joe Gillen, Labor Management Relations, Revolution on . November 4, 2011
Progressives and leftists who protested Bush’s policies stopped complaining after Obama took office. Now they’re being urged to fight for his reelection–even though his policies are similar.
This entry was posted in and tagged 2012 presidential campaign, centrism, corporate welfare, democratic leadership council, demonstrations, DLC, leftists, Liberals, moderation, next time, Obama, Politics, progressives, Protests, signs, Torture, Wars on . June 10, 2011
Why not treat recipients of corporate welfare the same way we treat regular welfare recipients–who receive a mere $110 per week on average (for a family of three)?
This entry was posted in and tagged Bailout, bankers, banks, caseworkers, ceos, child protective services, Congress, corporate welfare, Corporations, Economy, shame, social services, welfare on . February 5, 2009