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  •  The communities that shun corporate overtures (9+ / 0-)

    that kill off small independent operations are the ones who will survive over the long haul, I think, because the failure or abandonment of smaller operations will not destroy a community the way a large operation will.

    We are in the curious position of seeing corporations now trying to starve out the US Government, insisting that it must be smaller even though we are a nation of over 330million people and international commerce, the exponential growth of which requires more and more governance.  The oligarchic wish is for the destruction of the states and a free-for-all to make territories belonging to and bearing their logos, as if that wasn't happening already.

    Romney went to France instead of serving in our military, got rich chop-shopping US businesses and eliminating US jobs, off-shored his money in the Cayman Islands, and now tells us to "Believe in America."

    by judyms9 on Fri Sep 28, 2012 at 04:02:15 PM PDT

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