Will unions succeed in driving Wal-Mart (and 1,800 jobs) from DC?
Tug on the stem of any anti-corporate protest these days and you're likely to find the same root - unions more attuned to their own self-interest than the futures of low-income workers.
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#1 Jul 11, 2013
I love it when journalists try to compare and contrast between the unions and Walmart. Both groups have the same blind self centered behavior and each only cares about money - nothing else matters. Both groups share the same desire to spread propaganda that shows them in a good light and work on promoting themselves more than they do actually doing anything positive. Walmart tries to buy their way in and at the same time the unions try to buy their way out. Either group will stoop to any level to get what they want and they both have the same low ethics. No wonder they don't get along - they are just alike.
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