Randam Ron Paulism
Howard Fineman: The people who don’t pay their taxes on principle are heroic people, in the manner of Gandhi and Martin Luther King?
Ron Paul: I think if they’re defending the constitution and they know what they’re doing, and this money is supporting some real evil in the world. Preemptive war? That’s pretty evil as far as I’m concerned. And so much waste in a system of government that has just overrun our liberties? Yes, I think that in many ways it’s heroic for people willing to risk their freedom in order to defend what they believe is freedom.”
Newsweek interview by Howard Fineman, December 2007
Check Out This Amateur-Hour Screwup In P&G’s Most Recent SEC Filing (PG)
Procter Gamble only presented a new corporate plan to investors that involves over a subsequent 5 years. Much of that will come by holding behind a company’s .
One of , a code extension of a washing detergent. Tide Pods are small, dissolvable, pre-measured packets that presumably work improved than only transfer a things in a tip of a machine. behind that launch after this year. Tide is a large code that sells $1.3 billion a year, and Tide Pods are approaching to supplement another $300 million annually.
Good fitness perplexing to figure that out from CEO Bob McDonald’s display to investors yesterday, as filed with a SEC. The slip on Tide Pods is missing. In a place is a vacant shade with a words, “Insert Tide Pods Copy.”
Here are a slides, as filed with a feds:
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