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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by SOS, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. SOS

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    The below is Fortune 500's list of Ohio based business.

    They should be boycotted till atleast 2017 and if they ask why, tell them they are located in Ohio.

    1 Cardinal Health 21 Dublin 102,644.2
    2 Kroger 23 Cincinnati 90,374.0
    3 Procter & Gamble 27 Cincinnati 82,559.0
    4 Marathon Petroleum 31 Findlay 73,645.0
    5 Nationwide 100 Columbus 30,697.8
    6 Macy's 110 Cincinnati 26,405.0
    7 Goodyear Tire & Rubber 126 Akron 22,767.0
    8 FirstEnergy 160 Akron 16,258.0
    9 Eaton 163 Cleveland 16,049.0
    10 Progressive 169 Mayfield Village 15,508.1
    11 American Electric Power 176 Columbus 15,116.0
    12 Parker Hannifin 216 Cleveland 12,345.9
    13 Limited Brands 256 Columbus 10,364.0
    14 Sherwin-Williams 293 Cleveland 8,765.7
    15 TravelCenters of America 329 Westlake 7,888.9
    16 Dana Holding 336 Maumee 7,592.0
    17 Owens-Illinois 345 Perrysburg 7,358.0
    18 Cliffs Natural Resources 366 Cleveland 6,794.3
    19 Fifth Third Bancorp 372 Cincinnati 6,673.0
    20 AK Steel Holding 381 West Chester 6,468.0
    21 Momentive Specialty Chemicals 452 Columbus 5,352.0
    22 Owens Corning 454 Toledo 5,335.0
    23 Big Lots 467 Columbus 5,202.3
    24 Timken 470 Canton 5,170.2
    25 Western & Southern Financial Group 482 Cincinnati 4,986.4
    26 Aleris 494 Cleveland 4,826.4
    27 J.M. Smucker 495 Orrville 4,825.7
    28 KeyCorp 499 Cleveland 4,780.0

    Complete List < Ohio < Business Organizations in the Yahoo! Directory

    Ohio claims 28 companies on Fortune 500 list - The Business Journals


    Also try to stay with right-to-work states.

    Fucking cocksukers.
     
  2. Your_Moms_Box

    Your_Moms_Box Free Shit / Socialism 2016

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    Is this about the election?

    If so, do you realize that Obama would have won even if Romney won Ohio?

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  3. MayrMeninoCrash

    MayrMeninoCrash Liberal Psycopath

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    What a great idea! :asshat:
     
  4. fletcher

    fletcher Darkness always says hello.
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    Y'all niggas be postin in a TrollSauce thread.
     
  5. MrAbovePar

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    Y'all trollers be ******in' up a posted thread.
     
  6. OccupyWackbag

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    You're outta your fucking mind if you think I'm gonna stop going to Big Lots.
     
  7. Bluestreak

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    Ok. Why should we boycott Ohio-based companies?
     
  8. OccupyWackbag

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    Because hurting the working man and the probably conservative large business owners really shows Obama what's what!
     
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  10. OccupyWackbag

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    Ok then I guess boycotting the evil capitalist companies is a great way to show the Republicans what's what!
     
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  12. lajikal

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    Whatjew got against left-to-work states?
     
  13. Josh_R

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    I work at one of the businesses on that list. I haven't met a salaried employee yet that isn't a Republican. I don't see what boycotting some of the biggest businesses (which are allegedly packed with Republicans) is really going to prove. I don't know where this idiotic idea came from maybe Rush?), but my ultra-right wing crazy Christian cousin just came up with a very similar idea: they are going to boycot every business that is in a "blue state" and has even vowed not to vacation anywhere but a "red state". Whichever conservative talker that came up with this nonsense is a fucking idiot, just like anyone who goes along with it.
     
  14. BIV

    BIV I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.

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    Tell your idiot cousin that my state is a "blue state"...and two thirds of it is solidly red.
     
  15. Don the Radio Guy

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    I appreciate the sentiment, but a list of companies that donated to Barry would be more useful.
     
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    The parts of the state that matter in elections are blue. 2/3rds of it are low-population sticks that have little bearing on the way population centers vote.
     
  17. Don the Radio Guy

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    You can say that about a lot of states. Urban areas are the only blue spots on a county by county map.
     
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    Soo... Alaska is a white state?

    Is that because of all the snow?
     
  20. MayrMeninoCrash

    MayrMeninoCrash Liberal Psycopath

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    What urban areas are in that blue strip across Alabama? Or in northern Vermont? And Montana has quite a bit of blue.

    On the other hand, Oklahoma and Utah will be voting the way Rush Limbaugh tells them to for quite a long time.
     
  21. Don the Radio Guy

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    Alabama has cities and universities. Lots of gibs in those areas.
     
  22. MayrMeninoCrash

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    Nothing important that that blue striped area. Auburn and UA are in the northern half of the state.
     
  23. Don the Radio Guy

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    Birmingham? You know who the democrat voters are in Alabama. It's not guilty white faggots like Vermont.
     
  24. Josh_R

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    Population density by county (2000). Look how (generally) well it matches the voting map.

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  25. whiskeyguy

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    Montana actually has a lot of ex-Californians... people from LA and the Bay Area seem to love Montana, along with some areas of Idaho.
     

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