Corporations grieve for Milton Friedman; most others wished WalMart would provide health care

Milton Friedman, the Nobel Prize winning economist that helped put 16 percent of the nation’s wealth into 1 percent of the pockets of the U.S., died today at the age of 94.

Friedman leaves behind many large corporations, including Exxon Mobil, WalMart, Chevron and General Motors.

“He was like a father to us,” said Exxon Mobil, wiping it’s eyes with krugerrands.

While many large corporations feel a sense of gratitude toward Friedman, the majority of the U.S. could give a shit and just wish they had health care.

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