Whole Foods Under Fire for Healthcare...

Whole Foods Under Fire for Healthcare Op-Ed

There are 2 comments on the WXIA-TV Atlanta story from Aug 26, 2009, titled Whole Foods Under Fire for Healthcare Op-Ed. In it, WXIA-TV Atlanta reports that:

Unions responded to a Wall Street Journal opinion piece by Whole Foods CEO John Mackey on Tuesday, calling for his resignation and saying he is undermining President Barack Obama's health care reform.

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Since: May 09

Chicago

#1 Aug 26, 2009
Under fire? Hasn't their stock gone up? And being under fire from the far left is no threat to this CEO, the only one's that may have suffered were the workers at these companies, but of course the far left doesn't think before it attacks. If you look on facebook and the others you'll see that that there are way more supporters than boycotters so noone is worried about these angry liberals and their Obaamcare, Americans feel free to voice your opinions.
Anne Neel

Austin, TX

#2 Aug 29, 2009
This was an opinion piece by the CEO of Whole Foods, who like all of the US citizens has freedom of speech. We still have this freedom and no matter what our opinion we can express it.

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