• Americans: The free market will regulate itself!
Corporations:
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HOW SAWDUST CAN you A RICE CRISPT TR FORE PEOPLE NOTKE?
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    • Corporations will do anything as long as it’s profitable. If the regulations are cheap enough, corporations will burn the environment and harm its people
      Snapgram 6 aug
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    • I don't see how people actually argue against smart, common sense regulations like, not dumping cancer causing chemicals in the town's drinking water. While over-regulation does hamper growth, regulations that keep corporations from being supervillains just make sense
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    • The free market means the next guy to come along and advertises “no sawdust” for the same price will be the competition
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    • Oh no you brought up a valid criticism of capitalism guess ur a commie now
      FishOiI 6 aug
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    • What I've learned in all my time on this earth, is that corporations will never do anything not profitable if they don't have to, and if they have to, they will do the bare minimum.
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    • Remember, if we the people boycott a company, they die. So if you've got a problem with a company/product, stop giving them your money. Like all the socialists bitching about Bezos, but half of their life was purchased on Amazon.
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    • The answer is about 15-20 percent
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    • Everyone here arguing about economics, I just wanna know how much sawdust you can put in a Rice Crispy and not have people notice
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    • Democrats “The free market is unfair” -regulates Market to death and causes monopolies- “Fucking told you!”
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    • There's a difference between a corporation and a monopoly. Corporations are just big businesses like Dick's sporting goods, Dunham's, and Bass pro. Monopolies are businesses like standard oil, Amazon and Walmart are getting to the point where they're becoming monopolies.
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    • C9MMUNISM: You'll be eating saw dust today because there is no food
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    • If the free market really regulated itself Ford Motors would no longer exist.
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    • That’s literally the whole point of competition. If you find a company is putting sawdust in their food, don’t fucking buy shit from that company. Buy food at places that don’t put sawdust in their product.
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    • Why do people always talk about the "free market" as though it means corporations will just be nice rather than people using their wallets to force them to be nice. Predatory companies like Walmart wouldn't exist if consumers gave a fuck and paid attention
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    • Corporatism and free market capitalism are different things but if left unchecked capitalism can turn into corporatism that’s what happened with America
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    • Fun fact: being against extreme and greedy capitalism isn’t the same as being against capitalism
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    • Reminder: corporations are a sign your market isn't free, and instead is owned by a small group. Monopolies and trusts are anti-capitalism
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    • Literally every economic downturn in this country was caused by the government.
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    • This is a joke, but food companies literally do this.
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    • Okay guys, here is a real world example of competition playing out that you can watch happen. For years, the Jeep Wrangler has been peerless. A vehicle that has been built for one thing only: to go off road. Having no competitors, a new Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon will run you upwards of $60k, and
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    • Fun fact. The fda does allow a small amount of bug parts in cereal
      chvh806 6 aug
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    • Did you mean late stage capitalism
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    • America is no longer capitalist, its an oligarchy, but ifunny worships corruption, greed, and authority so whatever
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    • Corporations be polluting the Earth then turn around telling the people it's their fault and that they need to change their destructive ways
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    • William Osman did this experiment. It was pretty funny
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    • *sniff *sniff I smell a fucking commie boys
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    • Did y’all ever see the pic of the little girl at a science fair with her project of how every single president even trump is related? Only one president (I think Martin vanburen) isn’t related to the entirety of presidents that have been elected.
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    • Most people who support the free market agree that there should be some restrictions and that anti-trust laws should be enforced, safety protocols should be enforced, etc. Many even support unions, but there is way too much regulation right now
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    • Nobody: San franshitsco:
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    • Find me a successful 1st world country that doesn't use a variation of free market.
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    • Or market it to old people as Extra Fiber Rice Crispies to keep those bowels moving
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    • The funniest thing is when middle class Americans that are getting paid shitty wages due to corporate greed shill for greedy corporations lol
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    • Real capitalism just hasn’t been tried.
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    • So this is where William Osman got the idea from.
      pengawin 6 aug
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    • WHY IS JOSPEH SMITH IN THAT PICTURE 😂
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    • Then don’t buy shit. Pretty simple
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    • According to William Osman, about 33% iirc
      jinga986 6 aug
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    • Bruh. If you don’t like corporations, quit working for them and buying from them. They’ll die off on their own. The only reason they don’t is because they provide too convenient of a service, which means they’re alright.
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    • the sawdust trick was done over a thousand years ago. People did it during the monarchy and tribal rule. So whoever is making it about “valid criticism” against capitalism can go read a book.
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    • We also don’t practice full free market captitalism as the government is a leach and has their filthy hands everywhere
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    • Wow shits crazy its almost like the govt bending at the knee to corporations causes corruption, especially when the politicians are on payroll. Maybe if they didnt get bailed out everytime theres a recession and there werent as many regulations on small business people could vote with their wallets.
      DXKOTX 6 aug
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    • Imagine thinking capitalism slash independent non interfered business is worse than regulated government controlled business. No matter how many people support communism I will not support a system that tells you how to run your own company.
      Mafuchu 9 aug
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    • Am I the only one that notices the picture of Joseph Smith at the bottom of the poster?
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    • Republicans “The free market is fair!” -regulates market to get themselves or donors ahead-
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    • Communism and corporatism are equal but opposite forces. Both are bad.
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    • The answer is 33%
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    • iFunny: How many times can you refeature a meme before people notice?
      nitwitty 6 aug
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    • Yeah greedy business aren't good but if you think capitalism as a whole Is bad you lick wee wee
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    • This dude straight up got a Puc of Joseph Smith in the bottom right corner of his board. I know because I’m Mormon, live in Utah, and served as a missionary in Peru. We used to pass that Pic around on hand out cards. LOL
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    • REAL capitalism has never been tried before.
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    • Rice costs about $1.00/lb. Sawdust on Amazon is $5.99/lb. We should obviously be more worried about someone adding rice to our sawdust.
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    • But then when a big company fails the government usually bails them out so it’s not the American people choosing and it’s not a free market either
      sneaky6 6 aug
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    • Human ingenuity is rivaled only by human stupidity.
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    • Imagine fact checking jokes
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    • Libertarian -smokes weed-
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    • But yall think that the government is better? Look at china.
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    • It’s up to the consumer to call them on it, nobody feels like doing it because of the bystander effect
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    • I don’t think you understand how free markets work
      edz914 6 aug
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    • Autauga 6 aug
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    • Man fuck corporations, all my homies hate corporations
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      Rexical 8 aug
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    • USA is the greatest country in the world for a reason
      audiobo 7 aug
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    • Is there a political term for run by cooperations instead of the people? Cause that’s what America is
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    • Free market capitalism inevitable ends up on unbreakable monopolies.
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    • 15-30 if you’re wondering
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    • The real issue is how so many government regulations are focused on making it more difficult for small business.
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    • Corporations can't exist in a free market, they are the direct result of government interference in the market
      Xundus 6 aug
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    • That actually happened but with cheese and I dont think it was a giant company
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    • Ah..here we go
      2TheTea 6 aug
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    • Someone did a video to test this and I think they were able to make a rice crispy treat 30% sawdust before they test group noticed.
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    • Well the thought behind this is that competition will rise so you have more options of choice but its almost as foolish as communism to think no ones going to be a greedy bastard every time. Best example insert any company to ever exist here, everyone wants money and greed puts lives at risk which-
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    • We have capitalism, not complete anarchism
      jibjab 6 aug
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    • Not every capitalist is for No Regulations
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    • I believe in free markets but you need decent regulation. That’s why I think libertarians are fucking crazy. But in some ways I respect them when they say less government and more freedom they actually mean it unlike most republicans who just want make a police state.
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    • Good thing we have the fda
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    • Id rather have saw dust in my rice crispy then only have sawdust to eat like in a communist country lol
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    • A free market holds businesses accountable, bc if they fuck up, they go out of business and lose everything. A crony/corporatist system (what the US is) protects the personal assets of someone running a Corp. if they do some evil shit. In a free market, poor ppl can become rich and rich->poor fast.
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    • Cellulose and silicon dioxide are in over half the foods we eat. Thats right, sawdust and sand mfs
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    • At 15% they taste better
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    • Around 33 percent
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    • It’s a lot easier for corporations to screw over people they never see.
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    • I'm gonna say this: we have corporations and markets in places where they have no business being. This includes electricity, railroads, Healthcare, education, and others. Capitalist markets are not the perfect solution to every issue, so why are we putting them everywhere?
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    • No one will notice
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    • Remember the siege of stalingrad? "How much bread can we put in this sawdust before Stalin notices?
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    • Well... How much?
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    • Corporations are predatory
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    • I love you
      Siddymac 6 aug
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    • That’s why you don’t buy them
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    • That is self regulation...
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    • Communist mandated feature
      Bait 6 aug
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    • Don't buy it?
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