Exposing the Anti-Wal-Mart Activists
That group, of course, is nothing more nor less than a part of the Wal-Mart public relations operation.
But that’s fair enough, since the organizations that oppose the giant retailer are merely fronts for Big Labor, and some rich leftist fat cats.
Exposing the Paid Critics has the details.
So is the entire battle over Wal-Mart merely a fight between one set of corporate fat cats, and another set of leftist union and Democratic operative fat cats?
Do ordinary Americans have a say.
Yes they do. Wal-Mart workers have refused to vote to unionize.
And millions of Americans have chosen to shop at the giant retailer.
So when the issue is fought out in markets, ordinary Americans have power. And they have power when they vote for or against union representation.
But they aren’t visible when the issue is joined with propaganda campaigns, manipulation of friendly media outlets, lobbying and producing documentary films.