I understand the frustration, but as big as WalMart is, it will not even make in dent in their pocket book. IMO, if they want to make a significant statement, the stores around the country need to walk out also. AS it is, especially with the way our economy is, 4 workers walk out, 5 more will will replace them by the end of the day. If 60% of the stores experience the walk outs, it will damage the pocketbook, and leaving them hurting, but more would cripple them, especially with the holidays coming up. What are your thoughts?
I do not understand why its not doing the clicky thingy..Answer Question
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Answer by charlotsomtimes at 8:32 AM on Nov. 16, 2012
Ok- went and read the link...should have done that first I guess ;)
This isn't about Black Friday itself - it's about other things and I guess they figure WM will pay attention if they don't show up that day...
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