W Ketchup™ Declares its Independence

Eagle Bridge, NY — February 22, 2013 — Americans have a choice among four major brands of ketchup: Heinz, Hunts, Del Monte, and W Ketchup™. Hunts is owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc., which generates annual revenues of $13 billion and has been sanctioned for fraud, bribery, and health violations. Del Monte is owned by billionaire Henry Kravis and generates $3.7 billion in revenue. The H. J. Heinz Company boasts annual revenue exceeding $11 billion across 5,700 products in 200 counties.

W Ketchup™ has one product in one country: Ketchup for America.

The largest controlling shareholder of Heinz is Maria Teresa Thierstein Simões-Ferreira Heinz Kerry who has donated part of the Heinz fortune to anti-American, liberal causes. Her husband is frustrated presidential candidate, disgraced Senator, and now Obama's Secretary of State John Kerry. The Heinz-Kerrys were recently caught cheating on their taxes when they failed to pay a $500,000 fee on their yacht. As a senator, Kerry voted to increase taxes more than 350 times.

Last week, billionaire Warren Buffett announced he will acquire the Heinz Company for $23.3 billion. Mr. Buffett supports Mr. Obama and has agitated for raising taxes on ordinary Americans. Last year, a company Mr. Buffett owns was sued by the Federal Government for failing to pay $366 million in taxes. In 2011, Buffett's investment company Berkshire Hathaway admitted it has failed to pay taxes since 2002.

W Ketchup™ Chairman Bill Zachary commented: “Limousine liberals may consider themselves above the rules they make for the rest of us, but they cannot force us to enjoy vinegary condiments, no matter which billionaire currently controls a faded brand.”

In 2009, Buffett acquired the BNSF Railway, which hauls oil from Canada to Oklahoma and Texas. In 2012, Obama rejected the Keystone Pipeline that would have streamlined the transportation of oil along this route. Companies are forced to continue paying high prices to Mr. Buffett's company. Obama claimed he rejected the proposed pipeline because of environmental concerns. Hauling oil by rail creates far more environmental damage than sending it down a pipeline.

Daniel Oliver, CEO of W Ketchup™, reacted: “Liberals justify economic regulation by pretending that the unfettered market would produce a few billionaires and leave the masses in penury. In fact, the only way to become rich in the free market is to provide a needed service to the consumer, and billionaires are threatened daily by small competitors such as W Ketchup™. It is only in the leftist/fascist state that the corrupt can use government power to force citizens to pay for shoddy products and services they do not want from the politically connected.”

Congressman Howard Buffett, Warren's father, wrote: “[there is a] connection between money, redeemable in gold, and the rare prize known as human liberty. . . The subject of a Hitler or a Stalin is a serf by the mere fact that his money can be called in and depreciated at the whim of his rulers.” Warren Buffett supports the Federal Government's paper money system.

During her confirmation hearings, Obama's appointee to the Supreme Court Elena Kagan opined that the Constitution allows Congress to regulate what Americans eat. Oliver warned: “Now that crony capitalist-in-chief Warren Buffett controls Heinz, no doubt Obama will issue an executive order forcing Americans to dress their plates with this bitter tasting sauce. We urge Americans to stockpile W Ketchup™ alongside their ammunition against the day that Obama outlaws both.”

In September 2008, Buffett injected $5 billion into Goldman Sachs, which had been bankrupted by the failure of its trading counter-party AIG. On March 3, 2009, forty-two days after Obama's inauguration, the Obama Treasury Department lent AIG $30 billion to allow it to pay off Goldman Sachs. Buffett made a $4 billion profit trading his Goldman Sachs stock.

The day before the Heinz takeover was announced, someone used insider information to buy call options through a Goldman Sachs Swiss trading account, netting a profit of $2 million in one day. Senator Kerry was implicated in the insider trading of pharmaceutical stocks when he sat on the Senate Finance Committee's Health Subcommittee. Sources insist that Kerry is not currently a suspect in this insider trading case. Kerry was schooled at an elite Swiss boarding school where he learned French.

W Ketchup™ is not owned by billionaires and is the only brand of ketchup that donates a portion of each sale to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund, which provides educational scholarships for the children of Americans in the Armed Forces killed defending our country. W Ketchup™ donates a portion of every purchase to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund, which helps fund college tuition for the children of America’s fallen heroes.

Founded in 2004, W Ketchup™ is a private company that makes ketchup in America solely from ingredients grown in the USA and does not support any liberal agendas. For more information contact 1-866-WKETCHUP, or write to 954 Lexington Ave, #236, New York, NY 10021-5013.

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