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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 09:32 PM

 

ALICE WALTON IS WORTH 21 BILLION DOLLARS

while most of her employees at Walmart are on "The EBT", or what they called food stamps back in the day.
Greed is killing our once great nation and nothing is being done about it.

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 09:35 PM

1. just a rich drunk

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 09:41 PM

2. And so cheap she won't hire a driver

and puts us all at risk for driving drunk.

The state has an insurance program to pick up the tab for Walmart, Tyson and the other pukes who own the state. It costs $25 a month for limited insurance.

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Response to BlueToTheBone (Reply #2)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 09:44 PM

4. Wha??? Poor people have to pay extra because of a rich

person's drunk driving?

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 09:43 PM

3. If you save $100,000 a year, it'll only take 210,000 years to

acquire that much wealth.

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 09:46 PM

5. Correction: she has successfully hoarded 21 billion dollars she won in the sperm lottery

she's "worth" much less imho.

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Response to corkhead (Reply #5)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 10:31 PM

7. The old sow ain't worth a plugged nickel AFAIAC. At least that's what I'd give ya for her.

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 10:28 PM

6. Yes, but it's not enough.

It's never enough, is it, poor, poor Alice.

>Sniff<

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Tue Jun 19, 2012, 11:23 PM

8. While back I read about her

She's one of 1% who can't handle being wealthy. I get an impression that in her mind set she's poor. My mother and stepfather moved to Arkansas many years ago and told me that Sam was a very down to earth man, would not have wanted to see what Wal-Mart today has done. Who knows?

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Wed Jun 20, 2012, 04:10 PM

9. I wish she would borrow me enough to build a small 1 car garage size home? It is what I have wanted

since my children grew up and I could no longer care for my disabled daughter.

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Response to tomkoop (Original post)

Sat Jun 23, 2012, 01:53 PM

10. That is more money that I will make in my entire lifetime

It's a national disgrace that we have people working (for Wal-Mart) that have to be on food stamps and Medicaid to survive. That's the Wal-mart model of employment, though. They do everything they can to work people for the smallest wage possible and no benefits.

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