ABSOLUTELY INCORRECT! Check my previous comment...even with the American government giving American corporations like Wal-Mart the opportunity to ably compete in America by investing, marketing and selling American made products (through trade agreements, tariffs and other such things), American corporations like Wal-Mart STILL defer investing in America to bring about foreign products into America!<quoted text>
That's my point. Why should Wal-Mart do anything differently than they do today? We are the market driver. Wal-Mart only panders to that market. They are doing nothing wrong--we are.
Picture the scenario...these American companies could invest in American farmers that are producing pineapples, and the cost to Americans could turn out to be $1.00, while foreign pineapples (with added tariffs) end up costing Americans $0.95. EVEN if you advertise the fact that there is a pile of pineapples that are American made in the stores (if it even gets that far), you can see how many PATRIOTIC Americans would avoid buying American!
You know what the problem is? It is the businesses like Wal-Mart that are not supporting Americans...they would rather have the 5 cents, then to give Americans a future...THAT is the problem, xxxrayted...and with those 5 cents, these big corporations will end up purchasing time shares, and then trying to convince you that you should invest in it, making millions more off of you fools that believe that these corporations aren't to blame for the lack of American products being marketed in their stores, xxxrayted!