Wal-Mart starts construction of Chinatown store as protest looms

There are 3 comments on the Jun 27, 2012, Los Angeles Times story titled Wal-Mart starts construction of Chinatown store as protest looms. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

Retail giant Wal-Mart celebrated the start of construction on its controversial new store in Chinatown on Tuesday, days before a planned march that labor organizers are touting as the largest anti-Wal-Mart demonstration in U.S. history.

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We Welcome Wal-Mart

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#1 Jun 28, 2012
protestors obviously do not live or work in Chinatown, if they do they will know there's no place to buy even basic staple items in Chinatown
Ed Ortiz

AOL

#2 Jun 29, 2012
We Welcome Wal-Mart wrote:
protestors obviously do not live or work in Chinatown, if they do they will know there's no place to buy even basic staple items in Chinatown
LA's a leftwing lunatic asylum. You know how leftwingers HATE businesses.
Trigger

Chatsworth, CA

#3 Jul 1, 2012
Great! We need construction jobs bad.

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