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Hillary: A Company Woman

     I created artwork critical of Wal-Mart's business practices, and published a website called walocaust.com. I then arranged for Cafepress.com, to put my designs on T-shirts, hats, bumper stickers and other items for sale on the Internet so that other people could display my designs and express support for the same positions. Wal-Mart threatened to sue me for infringing and diluting its trademarks and demanded I stop selling his items and stop using the domain name "walocaust.com" and transfer it to them. Wal-Mart made a similar threat to CafePress.com, which immediately stopped making and selling the items. With the help of some outstanding attorneys and organizations I am able to resist Wal-Mart's attempts to suppress the free speech of its critics.
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     I have now created new artwork critical of Wal-Mart's freedom hating tendencies. Again I am using the assistance of CafePress to disseminate my artwork on Tshirts and other items so that others who agree with me can express their views about Wal-Mart and its abuse of the trademark laws to threaten the free speech of all Americans. The artwork is available for purchase at Cafepress.com/wal-qaeda.
Disclaimer: wal-qaeda.com nor the owner/creator(s) have any affiliation with Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. whatsoever. If you wish to visit Wal-Mart's site please try this link www.walmart.com