Who are the typical Wal-Mart employees? Unless you're into corporate upward mobility (you can find that at Wal-Mart, as well), Wal-Mart is all about employing lower to middle-class people. Why would you want them "replaced", to do what, get a job that YOU deem appropriate?John Galt, "If Walmart paid significantly higher wages and benefits, the current workers would be replaced by more qualified people.
And the standard of living of the poor in the community would be reduced by dramatically higher prices. " Henry Ford would emphatically disagree with your wrongheaded meanness and disregard for your community. Henry Ford wrote,...' paying high wages was also smart business. When wages are low, uncertainty dogs the marketplace and growth is weak. But when pay is high and steady, Ford asserted, business is more secure because workers earn enough to become good customers.'
You know-it-all liberal a**holes are so wrapped up in your presumptuousness, you can't imagine someone working a job they enjoy, at a wage they seem happy with. If they want a more ostentatious lifestyle, they can try and find a better job.