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Is it true that Wal-Mart is going with the Liberal Agenda and holding ammunition in their warehouses so that it is not available

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  • #16
    Probobley not

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    • #17
      Samuel Rawlings Walton, (Sam's grandson!) donated $300K to an Obama PAC.
      It had nothing to do with reciprocity,

      WM has also profited handsomely from the "Liberal" agenda.
      The "employer mandate" of Obamacare cripples small retailers that compete with WM.
      Dodd-Frank "froze" the cap on credit card processing fees. Puts millions on WM's coffers!
      Raising the "minimum wage" also throws a much heavier burden on small businesses that compete with WM.

      I, too, watched a TV interview with an ex WM "Mgr" who publicly stated, "WM stocks the cheapest product it can and pays the lowest wage it can! "

      I have heard dept mgrs brag that WM marked up some items 56%!

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      • #18
        All the more reason to limit shopping at Big Wally. I shope there for motor oil and end of season hunting supplies on special and that's about it.

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        • #19
          I often do my grocery shopping at WalMart because of their low prices. I save about $5 - $10 per trip.
          I'm pretty sure those fresh fruits and vegetables don't come from China.

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          • #20
            I often do my grocery shopping at WalMart because of their low prices. I save about $5 - $10 per trip.
            I'm pretty sure those fresh fruits and vegetables don't come from China.

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            • #21
              In my state Mississippi our walmart's sell ar15 rugger mini 14's rugger mini 30's but we are experiencing a massive ammo shortage at walmart. I wonder if the people who work there maybe get first dib's. I got to a hole in the wall pawn shop. They have all ammo in stock and at a decent price not to highly gouged even 22 lr. It is loacated in lucedale next to wayne lee's

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              • #22
                I'm not an "evil corporation" crier, but I would think Wal-Mart would see some interest in limiting/controlling the stockage of ammo in order to increase the perception of a low supply. The propaganda and paranoia is already in the general public's mind. It's not like if they were to control the milk supply at stores, if people aren't hearing about a milk shortage they would just go somewhere else with lower prices. Obviously, a low supply would increase demand and prices. I think they have the capability since they are experts at the Just-in-time logistics model but most likely they probably realise that creating their own supply/demand is harder and they don't really get an increased profit margin that's worth the extra warehouse space needed to regulate the flow. Politics have nothing to do with it (at least this specific question).

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