lways for sale, always

"Wal-Mart shows who owns our Government," writes David. "Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich (R) yesterday vetoed legislation aimed at forcing Wal-Mart to provide its workers with more adequate benefits. That wasn't a surprise...What is shocking, however, is how open he was about acknowledging that Big Business pulls all of the strings when it comes to public policy. As the LA Times notes, 'Eduardo Castro-Wright, chief operating officer of Wal-Mart stores USA division, stood at the Republican governor's side as he signed the official veto.'"

(Sirotablog)

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