CORPORATE AMERICA--IT'S A GOOD THING: In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, several companies have stepped-up to provide significant funds. Thus far, here's a brief rundown of some of the major donors.

1. Honda has donated $5 million to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

2. Costco is raising money at their cash registers and will donate $1 million.

3. Telecommunications giant Alcatel will match $1 million in employee donations.

4. Freddie Mac is donating $10 million and Coca-Cola has pledged $5 million.

5. The United Health Foundation of Minneapolis has pledged $10 million.

Kudos and keep it up!

Wal-Mart - a few paltry million.

They made $2.8 BILLION in profit this quarter alone.

The people most affected by Katrina (if one believes the MSM) are most likely to be Wal-Mart customers. A one billion dollar donation would have set the tone for the rest of corporate America and not caused one ounce of hurt at Wal-Mart.
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