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  • hitler_is_bush hitler_is_bush Mar 29, 2006 9:18 PM Flag

    WALMART WORKERS NEED TO ORGANIZE

     

    Walmart is one greedy ass company..

    when walmart wins, everybody loses.

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    • right on!!...When these employees pull their collective heads out...WALMART MANAGEMENT will have to start providing the kind of wages and jobs these people can be proud of...UNTIL THEN...they work for peanuts and get a FAT ZERO on benefits!!

    • Hitler is Bush... that name tells me all I need to know about you. Yeah, yeah, yeah... all corporations are evil, profit is evil, abortion on demand, legalize drugs, eliminate all things of a Christian nature from public view... have I left anything out? Eliminate children from reciting the pledge of allegiance in school. Oops,forgot that one.

      Keep drinking the Kool-Aid, dude. You'll go far in this world. The usual, out of step with main stream America, left wing dribble. Is this the Wal*Mart board or the Yahoo, discuss politics, board? This board SUCKS! No useful Wal*Mart Stores, Inc. information at all... why does anyone bother? Goodbye.

    • >WALMART IS ONE GREEDY ASS COMPANY..

      WHEN WALMART WINS, EVERYBODY LOSES

      >>This from the likes of
      New Book Describes History of Organized Labor-Mobster Ties

      Opponents of union corruption in the last couple months have been twice blessed � with books. Earlier this year Robert Fitch�s Solidarity for Sale (Public Affairs Press) recounted decades of organized labor getting its hands dirty with criminal underworld figures
      http://www.nlpc.org/view.asp?action=viewArticle&aid=1319

 
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