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Lots and lots of Walmart haters, so who are all these people shopping there?
Walmart sells crappy goods made in third world sweat shops - so who doesn't?
Walmart treats its employees badly - and we know this because the media tell us so, and they never lie, right? Such a bad place to work, yet the unions can't see...more
To paraphrase - Nobody shops at Walmart, its too crowded.
Unions - depends if you are on the outside looking in, or other way around.
Banks - does anybody like these guys? And they don't seem to care. They cry all the way to...themselves.
Who profits? - The Lawyers, of course.
And so it goes.
If I don't like Walmart, I don't have to shop there. It is, however, difficult to get along in today's world without at least some banking services. The banks know this and certainly take unfair advantage. A little competition wouldn't hurt. It's called free enterprise.