OMG Some 401k Are Invested In Gun Companies

GASP! WHAT?! Gun companies are the devil!

Disarming Everyone For A Safer America.  Ceasefire.org up to their same old shenanigans.

I’d be happy to take anyone’s 401k off their hands when they retire if they have a moral problem where the money came from.  Just putting it out there.

All money is dirty… if there was such thing as a 100% ethical 401k it would likely be the biggest piece of shit ever.  No oil companies, no banks, no walmart etc… etc…

Assault-Rifle-Because-I-Am-BlackLOL “Find out if your retirement plan is invested in gun companies.  Get your money out.” <— pure gold

Unloadyour401k.com is the site, where you can go and fool around with their cute little 401k provider search function.  Everything I tried said “____ is likely invested in three public gun stocks”.  haha at the “likely” too *smh*

Thoughts?  Load your 401k instead?

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jono April 30, 2014 at 04:21 am

I saw this link elsewhere an thought I was supposed to cash out my 401k and buy gun shit. Just like buying gold i suppose.

You got any ENDO stock i can buy?

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ENDO-Mike April 30, 2014 at 11:10 am

I’ll let you know when the IOO (Initial Operator Offering) is set to happen so you can get in on the ground floor. :P

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Tito April 30, 2014 at 05:31 am

Haha. How ridiculous. Our tax money goes to support shitty car companies in Detroit. How many people have died in car accidents using those companies’ cars? Or as result of car company negligence? I want my money OUT of shitty car companies. We need to implement car control. After all, auto accidents kill more people than guns do every year, and auto accidents kill significantly more (about 3 times more) than gun homicides kill (those sneaky bastards include gun suicides in their gun violence numbers)…

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ENDO-Mike April 30, 2014 at 11:11 am

haha yea exactly. Those people are delusional.

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Kevin April 30, 2014 at 05:35 am

Yeah invest your 401k in McDonalds, Monsanto, Apple, BP, etc.

Why support gun manufacturers when you could support chemicals being unknowingly fed to the populace, GMO control of the world, child labor, the destruction of the environment, etc!

“It’s all about the money” – Yeah, just like every fucking business in existence…

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ENDO-Mike April 30, 2014 at 11:12 am

More perfect examples Kevin. I have a feeling these people who are guilted into “unloading” all the “bad” stuff from their 401k are going to put themselves in a position where they will work until the day they die or else be on the street.

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MattW April 30, 2014 at 06:36 am

I remember seeing an app in the Android store that was intended to allow people to find out which big corporations to boycott for this cause or that cause. Funny enough, the largest “groups” were actually supporting some of those gun companies, large corporations etc… I’m sure it drove the app designers nuts.

I was hoping to use the UnloadYour401k website to find out how to make sure my portfolio actually INCLUDED gun companies… unfortunately their website is absolute crap and doesn’t actually tell you anything. CeaseFireUSA sure does like their cheesy ass info graphics though lol.

Act like you are doing something and that you care, when you are actually doing nothing and are just in it for the money and attention. Way to go CeaseFireUSA **slow golf clap**

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ENDO-Mike April 30, 2014 at 11:14 am

Yea no doubt, that website is naturally shitty and useless. Their entire budget definitely goes to butthurt cream and graphics.

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IllTemperedCur April 30, 2014 at 06:48 am

Hell, just find a good “sin fund” that invests in the ATF trifecta as well as oil, casinos, defense industry etc. A surprising number of them outperform the market by a hefty margin.

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Tito April 30, 2014 at 07:05 am

I’ve been investing in the blood diamond industry for years. What’s the big deal?

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ENDO-Mike April 30, 2014 at 11:15 am

Blood diamond and child labor stocks are on fire right now! :P

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lolinski April 30, 2014 at 08:12 am

I feel sorry for these people yet I find them pathetic. I have lost loved and close ones, but the most important thing to do is to move on. These people cling onto the past so desperately…It is sad to watch.

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st4 April 30, 2014 at 11:20 am

I remember an old associate came to his, “money is dirty,” epiphany after he took a week of soul searching. Of course when asked if he’d transfer his earnings to me from then on, he couldn’t walk the walk.

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David April 30, 2014 at 11:38 am

If people want their money out of businesses they don’t support that’s fine with me. I made boatloads investing in S&W when Obama got re-elected and everybody went nuts buying guns. But I invest for money, not ideology.

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dgdimick April 30, 2014 at 03:06 pm

I don’t see any of these clowns donating the money thier 401(k) “sin” funds made them. I guess it’s OK to just talk about how bad it is, but never step up.

Lib-tards

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bob May 1, 2014 at 04:43 pm

Gremlin #1: [repeated phrase while on telephone in stock exchange] BUY! BUY! BUY!

Gremlin #2: [repeated phrase while on telephone in stock exchange] SELL! SELL! SELL!

Brain Gremlin: [on telephone] Well, it’s rather brutal here. Right now we are advising all our clients to put everything they’ve got into canned food and shotguns.

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