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  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Mar 17, 2013 3:35 PM Flag

    DuPont Pioneer Exec Has His Hands Out in Washington, D. C.

    Cash-Strapped DuPont Pioneer Boss Demands U. S. Taxpayers Fund His Research and Bio-Fool Schemes


    Good Afternoon, Bonsoir, Guten Abend,

    Friends, in the past century, DuPont and many of its dominant shareholders were staunch champions of free enterprise and self-reliance. Flash ahead to the year 2013, and watch pathetic DuPont bosses and their sleazy lobbyists whine for Congressional giveaways and subsidies.

    Case in point. This Tuesday past, March 12, 2013, DuPont Pioneer President, the Ap-PAUL-ling SCHICKLER stammered and haltingly cried to the media at a Bloomberg Government Breakfast in Washington, D. C. that Congress was "hindering DuPont investments". Poor, poor Pioneer. Poor, Poor, Paul.

    In short, Schickler imperiously demands hard-strapped American taxpayers pay for his research with grants and giveaways and tax breaks. What's the matter? Cannot DuPont R & D stand on its own? Apparently not under the Kullman Reign of Error. Imprelis, Tell Us. We won't even mention the outrageous robbery of Monsanto's patent-protected seed technology, an act so egregious and dishonest that a federal jury awarded Monsanto $1 billion.

    Merely the Sunday Size-Up digitally penned by one individual investor and long-time student of the severely cash-strapped and creatively crippled DuPont Company...funfundvierzig...funfun..

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