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Wal-Mart is appreciated by those on a tight budget

By Ed Higgins
Posted Friday, August 19, 2005

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I am sure that both Jesus and MLK would have enjoyed a good bargain. Perhaps Jeffrey Starkweather is a millionaire Republican and can afford over priced items in a store. I am a person who lives on Social Security and a small pension who has to watch every penny I spend. After all a can of Campbell soup is the same can regardless of where you buy it, as are most other name brand items in Wal-Mart.

As to Wal-Mart's disability practice Jeffrey should go to the Silver City store and be greeted by the two handicapped door greeters who always have a smile on their faces and ask how I am doing as I wheel my scooter in the door.

sincerely
ed higgins

 
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