Costco

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Costco is an American membership "warehouse" type grocery store chain that sells everything from canned hams to home computers. Most items are sold in bulk. They are the second largest retailer in the United States and the third largest in the world. Costco is also the largest membership warehouse club chain in the United States.[1][2]

Like their online competitor Amazon.com, Costco is headquartered in liberal Washington State. Costco's founder went to liberal public schools for all his formal education and it shows: http://www.teapartycrusaders.com/u-s-politics/10-reasons-shouldnt-shop-costco (Posted on Main_Page/Previous_Conservapedia_Breaking_News)

Preparedness in Bulk

Like Amazon.com, Costco is a good place to buy in bulk in order to invest in tangibles for economic preparedness.

Obamanomics Sign of the Times: Costco Selling Year's Supply of Food Packaged. $800 prepares you for the upcoming Obama Depression "apocalypse". FoxNews Video. (Posted on Main_Page/Previous_Conservapedia_Breaking_News/Archives/October_2010)

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