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  1. oldrellek99 commented on Paul Szep almost 4 years ago

    OK so now drones are handouts, if you say so

  2. oldrellek99 commented on Chan Lowe almost 4 years ago

    The taliban and republicans have no respect for human life, and believe women are below human.

  3. oldrellek99 commented on Steve Breen almost 4 years ago

    Most countries have had women in front lines for years without all the problems people like you seem to think there will be, Mainly Russia and Israel.

  4. oldrellek99 commented on Nick Anderson almost 4 years ago

    And McDonalds sells the most burgers, so by your reasoning they have the best food.

  5. oldrellek99 commented on Pat Oliphant almost 4 years ago

    But let’s not forget the second largest owner of Fox News Is a member of the Saudi Royal Family, And out spoken supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  6. oldrellek99 commented on Tony Auth almost 4 years ago

    A large capacity semiautomatic are for people that want to wage war or are too uncoordinated to learn to hit what they are aiming at.

  7. oldrellek99 commented on Glenn McCoy almost 4 years ago

    That would be Reagan

  8. oldrellek99 commented on Dan Wasserman about 4 years ago

    Most of their employees are on public subsistence, but yet they are showing huge profits.
    The state should not have to subsidies mega corporations with welfare and food stamps for the employees.
    If you like your tax dollars going to subsidizing these types of companies that you’re projective. I for one don’t like it one bit.

  9. oldrellek99 commented on Drew Sheneman about 4 years ago

    Something I find very interesting about all this is the ones complaining are companies that have the highest turnover of employees. The most employees on public subsistence, But yet all of these are showing huge profits.
    Years ago Colorado put in a state minimum wage law that forced these companies to pay a living wage; there reason was that the state should not have to subsidies mega corporations with welfare and food stamps for the employees. Did any of them leave the state or raise the prices no.
    If companies like Papa John’s are forced to provide decent benefits for their employees they are not going to shut down, and even if they did there would be lots of descent companies to take up the slack. Are they going to raise their prices no, to completive of a market?
    If you like you’re tax dollars going to subsidizing these types of companies that you’re projective. I for one don’t like it one bit.

  10. oldrellek99 commented on Joel Pett about 4 years ago

    Something I find very interesting about all this is the ones complaining are companies that have the highest turnover of employees. The most employees on public subsistence, But yet all of these are showing huge profits.
    Years ago Colorado put in a state minimum wage law that forced these companies to pay a living wage; there reason was that the state should not have to subsidies mega corporations with welfare and food stamps for the employees. Did any of them leave the state or raise the prices no.
    If companies like Papa John’s are forced to provide decent benefits for their employees they are not going to shut down, and even if they did there would be lots of descent companies to take up the slack. Are they going to raise their prices no, to completive of a market?
    If you like you’re tax dollars going to subsidizing these types of companies that you’re projective. I for one don’t like it one bit.