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my friend's brotther who goes to a big-shot college met us at the taco bell the other day to hand over some money he owed and while we were sittting he started telling us how his economics teacher showed tthem a video about how walmart goes in and takes lands they want and has these big lawyers who come in and tell the homeowners that they're in violation of all these hidden laws and would be foreced off the land by the government anyway if they got reported so they should just leave on their own anyway and they'll sometimes give these people some moneys to leave but not always, i was looking online for similiar examples to this but couldn't find much can someone pelase share a links taht show mmore examples or when this happens and explains how it can be allowed?

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The Chinese government's version of eminent domain.
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You can't find it because it's not there. It's not there because it didn't happen.

Just like the 2 million dollars you stole from B of A last Valentine's Day. See?

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WalMart doesn't have to trash-talk homeowners to get their way. Nah - the community politicians WANT Wal-Mart to come in and help prop up the local economies. While it wipes out the Ma and Pa Kettle drugstore and hardware store on Main Street, the one percent share of the Sales Tax that a WMT store generates will swamp any revenue you might have dreamed of from the drugstore. You can also get another few restaurants and gas stations in close proximity to the WMT store.

True, homeowners aren't THAT happy about it, but this income helps pay for fire engines, police cars, and a publicly funded pension system that has gone completely out of control due to the insufferable Union Thugs and their insatiable demand for more-more-more.

Wal-Mart can be a good thing.
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