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Wal-Mart vs. the Mob

Harold15 Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 4:59 AM
I've never shopped at Wal-Mart myself and don't even know where the nearest one is. From some of the horror stories I've heard about them, I don't think I ever will patronize them.
cwright Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 11:51 AM
Horror stories? What on earth are you talking about?

Unless you mean the horror of having to wait in line a bit longer in order to save money?

Or perhaps the horror of not being able to brag to your friends that you wouldn't dream of shopping in a >gasp< discount store?

Oui, quelle horreur!
FletchforFreedom Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 10:17 AM
"The horror stories"... Yes, Wal*Mart has the audactity to provide opportunities for more than a million workers and make goods available to consumers across the country at prices lower than are available elsewhere. Oooooo, those rat b*stards! How can we let those horrors continue?!?!?
Daniel982 Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 10:08 AM
Why don't you check oh the veracity of those stories?
Joseph64 Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 8:39 AM
there is nothing wrong with shopping at Wal-Mart. I do it all the time just to annoy the union morons. In my state, grocery stores and their suppliers are heavily unionized. Wal-Mart stores that have a grocery section are not so every grocery item I buy from them takes a few pennies away from the union thugs. Having a regular Wal-Mart open up nearby is bad enough for the unions but when they open a Super Wal-Mart with grocery, it is the kiss of death for them.
EyeOpine Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 6:20 AM
They say you can wash your panties in the sink and hang them to dry overnight. Is it true?
Black Friday always brings out the worst: long lines, short tempers and random outbreaks of shoppers' rage. This year, Big Labor will ratchet up the Strikesgiving tension with professional grievance-mongers and workers picketing at 1,000 Wal-Mart stores nationwide.

Attention, Wal-Mart directors: Mob appeasement never works. They've tried repeatedly to stave off union thuggery through political "partnerships" and capitulation. It has failed and failed and failed.

As you may recall, the discount retail giant shocked many observers in 2009 when it announced it was embracing the principles of President Obama's federal health care mandate. The nation's largest private (and non-union) employer was...