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Are the Libs thrilled at the death of that corporate fat cat , job creating capitalist Steve Jobs?

I mean just think about how many jobs he created and how much he made for his shareholders. Good riddance I say.

Asked By: Ryde.On - 10/6/2011
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And then there is the example of Michael Moore who made a movie saying how great health care is in Cuba while paying the Cubans in the movie absolutely NOTHING, and while promoting unionism has steadfastly refused to hire union workers and employees. He has made millions for himself but nothing for anyone else.
Answered By: GEORGE B - 10/6/2011
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Troll.
Answered By: kril_420 - 10/6/2011
 
Libbies are still p****d, wanting more tax dollars out of him just because he was successful. Yes, everybody owes libbies everything, even the deceased.
Answered By: The One - 10/6/2011
 
Including jobs for child labourers. Seriously, why are people making him out to be a saint? Or is this just the usual political tit for tat -- arguments built on the back of very large straw men.
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Answered By: Leo - 10/6/2011
 
Yes, we don't need a person like that around. I think Micheal Moore should give marching orders to protest his funeral!!
Answered By: The Gipper - 10/6/2011
 
Your hatred will make you sick and the people who know you don't like you.
Answered By: Hector Frodo - 10/6/2011
 
Our wonderful President famously said, "At some point you have earned enough money." Jobs should have retired after the Apple II. The rest is all just dirty rotten capitalist greed.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 10/6/2011
 
I suspected connies would be glad of the death of an American that made it good, a liberal progressive billionaire. Thanks for the proof.
Answered By: Captain Obvious, Defender of Snack Pudding - 10/6/2011
 
Libs all use Macs, so they're upset.
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Answered By: Poopypuss4 - 10/6/2011
 
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