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    On the website allusaclothing.com you can buy an American, union made simple tank top for a toddler girl for $10.99. At The Children's Place, a company that has been linked to this particular sweatshop and is refusing to help the victims, you can buy a simple tank top for $8.50. A savings of a couple of dollars, and in some cases no savings at all, is clearly not worth what amounts to a donation to companies that utilize sweatshops...in essence a donation to human suffering.

    http://www.greenamerica.org/...

    To be blunt, if you do not suffer from seriously diminished mental capacity or the personality disorder that is right wing extremism and still vote Republican...I'd double check on the two previously mentioned conditions.

    by jellin76 on Wed May 01, 2013 at 05:32:40 PM PDT

    •  And it's not "worth" 50 cents (0+ / 0-)
      Walmart and the Gap and Sears and Benetton can save us those extra pennies per garment
      They are not "saving" us anything - that money just pads their bottom line.

      Conservatism is an obsession with the past ... with little regard for the future.

      by RUNDOWN on Thu May 02, 2013 at 06:19:57 AM PDT

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