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Tuesday, October 22, 2013


Mark Hillenbrand

Another benefit to this would be to force other chains (K-Mart, Target, etc) to make their prices and working conditions better in an effort to keep the business coming their way from consumers boycotting Wal-Mart.


I believe the only way to stop discrimination at Wall Mart is to refuse to work and to buy from the corporation. As unrealistic as this may sound and as justified people may feel their rights are valuable, it is not reality in today's economy. Corporations make the terms, not employees. Corporations control the markets not consumers. Courts have the back of corporations. As a consumer economy the only power a consumer has it its choice. Be part of the problem or part of the solution. Stop blaming a corporation for wrong doing; do the right thing.

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