This evil sumbitches making money out of a company they created and manage with 2.2 million employees! How dare they become successful?

By the way, Walmart pays every year $640 Billion in Corporate taxes alone.

  • $ 175,342,465 a day.
  • $ 7,305, 936 an hour.
  • $ 121,765 a minute.

Let’s make it more approachable to the masses: Every ticking minute, Walmart pays in corporate taxes the equivalent of a Porsche 911 Cabriolet $121,000)

Every hour,
Walmart pays in corporate taxes the equivalent of a 120 foot yacht.

Every day, Walmart pays in corporate taxes the equivalent of a spanking new Boeing 747.

That is money that the government is taking, not producing, not creating 2.2 million jobs and Lord knows how many indirectly and all of those employed are paying taxes themselves.

But I guess the government wants to upgrade the Porsche for an Aston Martin because it is fair.

Fecking Socialists.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “Must be getting close to election time. Walmart is Bad for the country”
  1. Jealousy and greed, nothing more.

    It is easier to petition the government to take the earnings from someone else, than to go out and earn it themselves. Yet, they claim the Waltons are greedy.

    1. “Greedy” == you want to keep what you’ve earned. “Charitable” == giving away money taken from others by force.

  2. Sad aint it? I luv these morons. They see what companys earn and think all that goes in their pocket. The dumbing down of America was a success

  3. Surely I can’t be the only one who noticed that, for every dollar by which the Walton fortune increases, the US Treasury balance increases by $1.75.

    IMO, you should have reversed the order of the figures for tax revenue, putting them in the same order as the “fortune increases” figures. Then, the juxtaposition of the $100 million per day in the latter and the $175 million per day in the former would have been more obvious.

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