Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Kinda like Darth Vader donating to cancer research

There are certain things that do not require scientific proof. One of these things is the statement that Wal-Mart is evil. We all know that Wal-Mart is evil. Cory Briggs said so.

Caveat Bettor links to a Mark Perry post which must immediately be suppressed by all Right Thinking Folk.

[W]hile politicians and pundits in Washington fret about 41 million Americans without health insurance, and dream up the next grandiose government-based health care reform, the most effective health care solutions may be right around the corner at your local Wal-Mart, which offers affordable $4 prescriptions and affordable health care clinics (now in 12 states)....

Here's a case for Wal-Mart getting the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize...for lifting so many people out of poverty, benefiting so many poor people with "everyday low prices," selling prescription drugs that are almost free ($4), lowering inflation, and creating more than a million jobs.

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