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(24,466 posts)
Tue Nov 28, 2023, 11:51 AM
Nov 2023

Everyone blames the government for the economy, climate, housing shortages... in truth it's corporate power. Bloody, greedy, single-minded corporate power.

About time a modern American President called them out!

They are un-American.

'it's time to stop the price-gouging. Give the American consumer a break."' elleng Nov 2023 #1
"No, our investors and head honchos come first, not the People!" sakabatou Nov 2023 #2
FFS don't "slam" aocommunalpunch Nov 2023 #3
Biden and congress have no power to impose price restrictions on corporations. Elessar Zappa Nov 2023 #6
just calling attention to it Skittles Nov 2023 #12
Corporations can charge whatever price they want, they know the public will just blame it on Democrats Walleye Nov 2023 #4
Always the Dems fault, when in fact it is GOUGING with Covid as the excuse; supply chains, blah blah... Evolve Dammit Nov 2023 #19
end the greedflation . now . AllaN01Bear Nov 2023 #5
It's time for consumers to blame corporations for inflating prices, not Biden IronLionZion Nov 2023 #7
EXACTLY! cilla4progress Nov 2023 #8
Housing Puppyjive Nov 2023 #18
pure greed is right. Evolve Dammit Nov 2023 #20
I think what we're seeing is a mass grab by private equity to own anything and everything bucolic_frolic Nov 2023 #9
A president for all the people, Joe goes straight to the enemy. ancianita Nov 2023 #10
Call out the worst offenders and their executives by name. Magoo48 Nov 2023 #11
evokes memories of Jack Kennedy and the steel companies rurallib Nov 2023 #14
Assets held in IRAs and 401ks total more than $20 trillion. With little return on CDs, etc. people throw the money into twodogsbarking Nov 2023 #13
Good! senseandsensibility Nov 2023 #15
Calling out the Predatory Capitalists. Emile Nov 2023 #16
A decrease in inflation doesn't necessarily mean falling prices Jose Garcia Nov 2023 #17
It's such bullshit. The pandemic was the excuse to double everything. Now we can suck it up, right? nt Evolve Dammit Nov 2023 #21
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