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Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Onesided propaganda

    If i could give this so called documentary zero stars i would. After watching this i am supposed to believe that every thing that goes wrong in the world is the fault of wal-mart. Everything from crime to health care. For the most part i just wanted to tell the people in the movie to cry me a river. The company i work for provides insurance and takes a pretty good chunk out of each of pay checks to pay for it and yes i still have to pay a co-pay until i meet my detuctible. Does that mean i should be out protesting my company? The part about wal-mart not doing anything about crime in their parking lots was almost laughable to me. I'm sure that no other business has had a crime committed in their parking lots. Yeah right! It's a rough and sometimes violent world out there folks it is not wal-marts job to hold your hand. Are you going to blame wal-mart if you are walking down the street and someone attacks you too? Liberals started welfare and other forms of government assistance and then they bash walmart for not paying enough and there employees taking advantage of the government assistance. But what about other companies that do not pay their employees enough and they need to get public assistance how come you are not bashing them? Or is the assistance just for illlegal aliens or people that do not want to work? I will admit that i did feel bad for the people that lost their businesses. But small businesses have been forced out of business since the founding of our counry it is called progress and competition. Liberals call themselves progressives accept when it comes to business and competition after watching this movie is obviously a dirty word. Sorry but i cannot afford to pay the smaller stores higher prices. That is why i shop at wal-mart. Not because i think that they are a perfect company. But because i can afford to shop there. If someone else had lower prices i would shop there. I get alittle tired of being lectured by people that live in fancy houses and drive fancy cars as a couple of people in the movie did. Lecturing me about the evils of wal-mart and shopping there. For a big majority of us that live in the real world wal-mart is one the only places we afford to shop at.

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