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  1. It means you're in the system. File a weekly claim every week. You're not approved per se, but you need to file weekly in case it's approved.

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  2. Hunt down the corporate office by PHONE, not e-mail, etc. and don't quit til you...about their company. You're in the right, which means a lot in this screwed-up country of ours.

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  3. Not a chance. It means more tax dollars can be diverted to Corporate Welfare for the companies that put the politicians in office .

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  4. ...quot; begin to change it ourselves, hopefully by peaceful means by electing the genius, ron paul, who has... states, sitting in the oval office listening to advisors that are ...

    15 Answers · Politics & Government · 19/05/2008

  5. ... isn't a matter of being nice or mean - it's a matter of being honest. You...he/she was checking with the owner or corporate offices and they didn't get back to him ...

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  8. ...into Germany 1942? There should be watchdogs, but by no means we should start invading offices and infiltrating eveyrthing we can because you will not be able to find these...

    9 Answers · Politics & Government · 28/09/2008

  9. ... to perpetuate that illusion, but our government is actually a corporate plutocratic oligarchy. Once a green office holder is sent to Washington, corporate interests can...

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