Patricia Calhoun's recent post about comparing Walmart and Trader Joe's from a red state v. blue state perspective revved up one reader, who questions the assumption of progressives that one firm's business practices are radically different from the other. Here's the post.
Trader Joe's loves liberal Walmartyrs! Yet these so-called progressives deny that much of TJ's corporatist business practices are any different that Wally World's. And, Target is some sort of compromise? Leftie brands are better! Where do you buy your brown shirts and jack boots? And, where did you get that iPhone?
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