Letters to the Editor

December 22, 2012

A nation defined by Wal-Mart

To conduct a study of the average American in 2012, an anthropologist would simply travel from state to state-visiting Wal-Marts. Morbidly obese people in a semi-conscious state roll around the aisles grabbing at chips, cookies, ice cream and other substandard genetically modified foodstuffs. When they’re finished stuffing their buggy, they roll over to buy the lowest quality clothing and electronics for pennies on the dollar. Before condemning these people, let look at the effect this American institution known as Wal-Mart has on them.

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