Don't you think losing manufacturing jobs is worth having lower prices at Walmart?
They're just dirty manufacturing jobs............not like an office job. Who wants to do physical labor for a living?
Asked By: Lois Griffin - 8/5/2010
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Absolutely not, because it would further increase unemployment, and it is not related to lowering prices in Supermarkets. As far as I am concerned they should close down Walmart and have it taken over by a more employee friendly , company, but not Target, either Hope this helps
Answered By: DR.Rosen - 8/5/2010
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Obviously not you. Of course not but for years many Americans thought so.
Answered By: ArizonaItsAllGood - 8/5/2010
I build airplanes and i like working in manufacturing.
Answered By: smsmith500 - 8/5/2010
Absolutely not. People should try and only buy items that say made in the USA, of course even then halve the material that went into the product is likely from China.
Answered By: vive l'empereur - 8/5/2010
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