Skip to comments.Venezuelan military seizes major retail chain [link only]
Posted on 11/10/2013 12:46:17 PM PST by grundle
Now let’s see them try to run it.
Won't they be surprised when they discover there ain't no goose laying golden eggs....much less toasters and rice cookers.
Coming soon to a Macy’s/Nordstrom’s near YOU, if we can’t get rid of the Socialists.
“Leave nothing on the shelf”
And the retards wonder why they have shortages.
Well it might be coming to a Macy’s/Nordstrom’s near you anyway, if we cannot bring back American manufacturing.
What I really don’t get is the folks gloating over the stupid socialists, while they themselves are on the slide to death camps.
“Now the commies are getting what they want! That’ll teach them!!”
And people wonder why the Jews queued up for the trains.
And didn’t the p.c. crowd name Miss Venezuela, Miss Universe last night. ??!
What was it?
The Venezuela variant of Bestbuy.
Mobs already up for Sony plasma TVs.
Remember that film of them New Orleans cops in WalMart during Katrina taking carts of plasma TV’s, wine all that sporty walmart underwear etc?
"You'd Best Buy"?
/I shouldn't give them ideas
If our government decides to shut down all imports we won’t have to worry about fighting over anything on the shelves because they will be bare. Wonder if people have really thought about this possibility when the issue of sending all our U.S. grown chickens to China for processing came up.
You mean like our Obamacare?
isn’t this what Obama did to the car companies? except they gave the proceeds to the unions..
And when the shelves are empty they’ll have to seize the wholesalers, and then the factories, and then the material suppliers, and the mills, and then the mines and loggers.
They want their Obamaphones
They won’t bother.
Electronics are now joining everything else that will only be found on the black market. Or they’ll be like 50’s cars in Cuba, because no new products will be coming in.
toasters and rice cookers?
“I want a Sony plasma television for the house,” said Amanda Lisboa, 34, a business administrator, who had waited seven hours already outside one Caracas store. “It’s going to be so cheap!”
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