August 16, 2009
In a partnership of unlikely allies, Wal-Mart's CEO, other corporate leaders and the head of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) called Wednesday for universal health care coverage for all Americans by 2012.
During a news conference in Washington, the group announced the formation of a coalition called "Better Health Care Together" and listed several objectives. They included achieving "quality, affordable health insurance coverage" for every American and "having businesses, governments, and individuals all contribute to managing and financing a new American health care system."
You fucking rats.
Wal-Mart, Intel and AT&T need to pay for this betrayal. If we let them get away with this shit, they'll sell out American principles again and again, and other corporations will follow suit. These fuckers are pushing us closer to fascism with this behavior, and they cannot be allowed to get away with it.
I say this every time some corporation sells out the American principles that let them succeed in the first place, but it bears repeating. We need to take a lesson from the successful S&W boycott of the 90's. That company was taken to the brink for their betrayal, and only a fire sale of S&W to a non-statist non-sellout allowed it to recover. they learned their lesson.
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