Heinz closing 3 factories up to 1000 will lose their jobs. Thanks John Kerry

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    All because Catsup is not a vegetable?

    If we would just eliminate the minimum wage Heinz would open 3 more factories and hire 10,000 more?
     
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    Do NOT let facts get in the way of a good faux rant.
     
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    Heinz CEO's pay rose in FY2011
    Monday - 7/18/2011, 10:47pm ET
    By The Associated Press


    (AP) - H.J. Heinz Co. CEO William Johnson saw the value of his pay package increase 5 percent to nearly $15.6 million in the most recent fiscal year, according to an Associated Press analysis of a recent regulatory filing.

    Heinz, which makes ketchup, Ore-Ida potatoes and other foods, gave Johnson a package worth $14.9 million in the 2010 fiscal year.

    Johnson's salary, stock options and awards were nearly unchanged from 2010, according to a document Heinz filed Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission July 1. His salary remained at $1.25 million. The value of his stock and option awards rose $58 to remain at roughly $4 million.

    Heinz CEO's pay rose in FY2011 - FederalNewsRadio.com
     
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    Well do you suppose if we cut taxes those folks wouldn't be let go?
     
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    Kerry? He lazy. He don't do shit with running that company but he's gettin RICH off it.. Where oh Where are the COWS???
     
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    I don't care who you are this is funny!! I'm thinking they'll open one or two new plants in Mexico, China or South America. :)
     
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