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- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Well you see, all us middle and lower class people should be happy to shoulder the main burden because we are so lucky to get that trickle down from those generous rich folks. Black history month I am black every month but this month I am black black shirt Well you see, all us middle and lower class people should be happy to shoulder the main burden because we are so lucky to get that trickle down from those generous rich folks.
Black history month I am black every month but this month I am black black shirt
When I hear people say taxing the billionaire class more is a bad idea? I can’t help myself from thinking this person is absolutely stupid and so manipulated and uninformed! when you look at the equality numbers in that country there really is only one way to get more funding for a better America, do the people not want better in that country than to have whole cities get poisoned from their tap water? Everyone says that there are many young candidates Black history month I am black every month but this month I am black black shirt who are now carrying Bernie’s policies and messages, and he will probably lose to them. Well that would be fine, except it is clear that Bernie is still the gifted leader that they are not. They may be someday, and i am very supported of that. There are some very good candidates for sure. But Bernie is soaring above them. And even they must know it.
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the tax brackets are designed to farm the middle class. I support Bernie,but that is a major thing that needs to change. Bernie’s tax bracket ideas are even worse on the middle class and the poor. I support him because he is a good man and the most progressive candidate.. In the case of Amazon, since sellers and Amazon itself often sell products that are manufactured overseas, paying taxes does not limit their ability to produce more or create more jobs. They will create jobs insofar as they are strictly necessary for Bezos to make a profit from it.
And they will need to open warehouses in order to ship those products regardless of taxes. This doesn’t affect production in America, and at the same time Amazon really makes it easier for foreign products to flood the markets. Conservatives and neo-liberals alike tend to support Amazon, yet they are one of the reasons why manufacturing in America is dwindling. Maybe it’s time to pay some attention to that. I personally have stopped buying from Amazon altogether. No point in helping create someone like Bezos. Plus whatever Amazon has gotten that I need, I can get it from somewhere else. In the spirit of capitalism, I’d like to see some competition, really.