Just one of Obamas statements on his sell healthcare tour.
Do you find this to be true? I certainly don't. There are oodles of companie that donate to local schools and hospitals in and around Houston. Even in my town of 35,000 every school in this town has been helped by various businesses including the mean old oil companies. Many Large companies give to charities and I consider that an investment in the public don't you?
I'll be very direct and blunt since I have found many Libs hate it when you don't spell things out. I think the man is out to tear down our country and since many people are still hanging on his every word he is using this tour to further his agenda by telling more half truths and "stories that don't add up" From my personal experience I have seen many businesses give in many ways, investing in the public.
Do Businesses in your area invest in the public?
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Answer by NotPanicking at 2:43 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Thank you NP - I was wondering when someone was going to pick up on that. To "invest" in a public good is stupid. You are going to get no return on your investment, but MANY companies donate time and/or money. Every large company DH or I have worked for has had a volunteer program. Many of them offered employee incentives such as extra time off or compensation for the day you volunteered. Add to that the huge cash donations that many of them give and yes, they absolutely "donate" to the public.
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