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Wal-Mart vs. the Mob

Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 7:04 AM
Punctuation, please. I cannot read this.
Ernest fm AR Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 7:14 AM
Scrap, that points more to your poor reading skills than rmiller's lack of punctuation or spelling. If you need it translated, essentially the man is saying at the company for which he drives trucks, if there is a problem they work it out themselves. He feels the worst thing that could happen is for a union to move in and they would all be "forced" to join. He's seen it happen before and it was not good.

Now, go re-read his paragraph and see if you can look beyond spelling and grammar, or if you're simply too critical.
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...