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Don't buy clothes made in Bengladesh

by Diana Forum moderator / May 19, 2012 6:06 AM PDT
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by Willy / May 19, 2012 7:10 AM PDT

Don't you just love a "global economy"?

Also, isn't ironic that you see poor folk walking around in US company logos or corp. logos/slogans on their t-shirts. Then find out much of our US recycled clothing goes overseas(small size) to be had for little cost(or close to it). See how the world markets get tried-in. B.U.M. clothing wore by real bums, not likely. -----Willy Happy

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so you want them to have nothing?!
by James Denison / May 19, 2012 10:10 AM PDT

what's the matter with you people?! You'd rather see people go from poverty to total neglect, taking away even what they can manage to garner for themselves. This is beneficial approach of Liberalism?!

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They shouldn't have to put their lives at risk
by Diana Forum moderator / May 19, 2012 10:44 AM PDT

for 23 cents an hour.

If the companies over here don't selll as many of these clothes, you don't think they will sit up and take notice. I don't want to punish the people there; I want to punish the people here that ignore what conditions people have to work in so they can sell their clothes at a huge markup. We had the same problems here until the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory. Bengladesh should at least come into the 20th century.


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