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August 01, 2008


Liz Stone Abraham

...and the unions might prevent the managers from such practices as locking their night shift employees in the building. How unfair.

Liz Stone Abraham

Also, the idea of a company telling its employees how they should vote is very creepy.

John Michlig

We have a local columnist here in Milwaukee - very Ayn Rand - who cites the fact that Wal-Mart let its employees do good works during Katrina as evidence that we should embrace the Wal-Mart ethos. "The government could learn from them," she says.


(Yeah - she doesn't make much sense to me, either.)

Of course, local and federal government HEAVILY SUBSIDIZE Wal-Mart's growth, so why shouldn't they step up to the plate when a crisis occurs?

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