Her parents were so proud of their daughter’s achievement, they forked over $2 billion to the University of Missouri for a new stadium â€” and demanded it be named in her honor.
I don’t get it. $2 billion? That seems excessive–maybe they meant $2 million? Plus, what’s the connection? The Wal-Mart owners are from Arkansas, their daughter went to the University of Southern California, and they are so happy that USC gave her a degree that they gave money to the University of Missouri? Can someone please explain this to me, I’m totally lost!
People point to Walmart and cry “anti-union”.
Unions enable disfavored people to live satisfactorly without addressing their disfavor. This way their family’s problems are never resolved. Without the union they would have to accept the heirarchy, their own inferiority.
Unions serve to empower.
Walmart is anti-union because they are good. They try to help people address and resolve their problems by creating an enviornment where there are fewer hurdles.
Media ridicule and lawsuits are creations to reinforce people’s belief that Walmart is evil in a subsegment of the industry dominated by the middle and lower classes.
Low-cost disfavored Chinese labor is utilized by corporate america to maximize margins. They all do it. Only WalMart gets fingered because they are the ones who help, and those who seek to create confusion in the marketplace want to eliminate the vast middle class who have a real chance and instead stick with lower classes who may not work otherwise. So they dirty him up while allowing the others to appear clean.
The coining of the term “Uncle Sam” was a clue alluding to this::Sam Walton’s WalMart is one of few saviors of the peasant class.
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