"We" said no to a ZONING ISSUE. The voters had their say on that. Voters do not have any say over what private business can purchase another private business' property. Walmart came through no back door. They did not sneak in. They purchased an UNUSED business property properly zoned for BUSINESSES. It doesn't matter what you or anyone else thinks about this. It only matters what Walmart and whoever sold the property to them think. The only say you have is in whether or not you will shop there. I know certain people of the "liberal" (in quotes) persuasion get frustrated when they can't control every tiny aspect of everything that goes on in the world, but in this case, you have to deal with it. Sorry if this hurts your feelings.
Oh the People of Walmart site... proving once again that at the heart of the Walmart hate is hatred of the poor and a need to feel superior. I'm sure Soda Pops is an extremely attractive person. What is your waist size, honey bunny?
I can't wait to give my money to Walmart. Yes I suppose I should support "local businesses" such as Target, Kmart, and Walgreens (who, let's face it, are the only people even remotely in competition with Walmart) but.... they don't sell Grapette or Orangette soda which are exclusive to Walmart. I will miss paying $9 for three batteries at "Mom and Pop's General Store".
In Print This Week:
Dec 5, 2013
vol XXIV issue 49
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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