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  1. Shawn Jennings | February 14, 2013 at 6:39 pm | Reply

    Give them hell! We are with you brothers & sisters! I might consider shopping there if they will meet their obligations to you. Imagine, a family who is worth more than 40% of all Americans! What disgraces they are! Keep fighting for your rights!

    • I will never purchase ANYTHING from wallmart until they treat ALL thier workers fairly, including a LIVING wage.

      • Richard Crooks | February 15, 2013 at 5:23 am | Reply

        Sander I agree with you. I won’t go to Wal China anymore. Haven’t been there in a long time and will never go as long as they continue their attitude with their employees. This is the United States and if they want all slaves move their whole overation to a slave labor country. I found all their crap about low prices is just that crap.

      • I agree. Me neither.

  2. I remember reading something like “my brother’s keeper” which,since corporations are people, must also apply to Wal Mart.

  3. All workers need to be respected and apreciated for their contributions.
    Wall Mart, PAY UP!

  4. Not just myself, but a lot of people I know from conservative to liberal do not shop at Wal Mart if they can help it. Just think of all the business you would earn if you would practice “good business” with your employees!

    • Absolutely right…and I’m one of them. I refuse to shop at WalMart precisely because of the way they treat their employees, and in some cases, their suppliers, as well.

  5. Walmart needs to exercise its social responsibilities to all its workers, direct or subcontract, including all warehouse workers–by directly going to the warehouses and making the warehouse bosses get lined up and obeying CA wage and hour law. No excuses. No wavering. Just obey and do it with a smile on their faces so that the workers are not defrauded as they are being defrauded now.

  6. The Walton siblings own more wealth than the bottom 40% of the US population combined. They can easily afford to double its employee’s wages.

    This is why we have unions!

  7. Our voices DO make a difference….as we grow in number and speak out,changes will happen.

    Democracy moves very slowly sometimes …but it works Keep the faith.

  8. YOU KNOW WHAT I DON’T UNDERSTAND ABOUT WALMART. ALL THEY THINK ABOUT IS MONEY,TAKE CARE OF YOUR EMPLOYEES AND AMERICANS WILL SPEND THEIR MONEY WITH WALMART .You can fool some of the people some of the time,But you can’t fool all the people all the time wake up Walmart..

  9. This company is wrong i used to work for them they aren’t fair even in the retail stores i hope this company falls this company is just wrong in every way this company needs to change asap

  10. Robert Whitlock | February 14, 2013 at 9:07 pm | Reply

    Sam Walton, God rest his soul, would be embarrassed and ashamed of his present day heirs. Mister Walton was a genuine American entrepreneur, but a good and decent American above all else!

  11. I hope we can break Walmart. It is a store that should not exist. Poor people use it, and don’t realize they are using them right back. What a horrible shame!

  12. I am so proud of you all. It takes courage to do what you are doing and stick to you guns. I have seen WALMART corporate abuse of the workers ” working only 20 hour weeks so WALMART does not have to give the employees the benifits they deserve; and they are making MILLIONS from the blood sweat and TEARS of these hard working people.I have seen people being reduced to almost slavery and working for peanuts with no future for them selves or family, WALMART abuse. I hope that what you are doing gives courage to all WALMART employees to stand up for their RIGHTS and join forces.

    BLESSING FOR SUCCESS TO ALL
    LA BENDICION PARA SU EXITO A TODOS

  13. Walmart warehouse workers have my full support! My deepest hope and the smart thing for Walmart to do is treat your employees right and do it now!

    Walmart – the largest employer in the U.S. – you certainly can afford it. Your reputation is getting worse and worse. We are listening and watching. I even go into a Walmart store from time to time, and don’t like what I see there.

  14. Worker rights and worker power everywhere! Canada and workers of saskatchewan are with you guys !!! Stand tall and stand proud, and most of all, STAND TOGETHER!!! Solidarity gets everyone fair and decent treatment…
    Im a proud member of SEIU west and we support your demands for fair wages and human rights!!!

  15. You brave workers are the cutting edge to break thirty years of demonizing Unions & worker’s rights in America. In countries with strict worker protections like Germany & France Walmart obeys their laws & does just fine in business. It is time for American workers to take back their union rights from the greedy corporations that are killing the country.

  16. I used to be abused at waly world until they forced me to beg for my underpaid job. All we are is fodder for their egos, slaves to abuse, and maggots they can laugh at. Do your selves a favor, go to school and train yourself for any other job, wallyworld is destroying your self esteem. I earned my Masters in 2 years after they fired me.

  17. Chibi Gonzalez | February 15, 2013 at 4:33 am | Reply

    I support these people! Waltmart should be ashamed and no better!
    These work every drop of sweat! They deserve liberty
    And justice! This is America, the land of the opportunity
    Ain’t no one going to be treating these workers like slaves
    MY FULL SUPPORT! ☆★☆★
    My god help you brave workers on your quest!♥

  18. If your employees can’t afford to buy the products they labor to benefit you, it is tainted goods. Keep it.

  19. If your employees cannot afford to buy the goods they labor to sell to us, they are tainted goods. Keep them.

  20. yea I used to work for Wal-mart and they are horrible,teachtheir managers to be mean to people and get rid of anyon who does not conform,waht a disgrace the rich walton family is,i think since sam is gone the next generation cares nothing but about money,they treat employees like dirt,i know and will never shop there and i tell everyone i know how bad they treat people, what a disgrace to their good father sams name.

  21. Robert Weltzien MD PhD | February 15, 2013 at 6:03 pm | Reply

    Having once worked at a Walmart, I completely understand the situation. If we keep up this kind of pressure eventually Walmart will be forced to change.

    Bob

  22. Solidarity from Occupy (yes, we’re still here!). You are the best of the 99%–and we’re with you.

  23. William J. Bargar | February 16, 2013 at 12:37 am | Reply

    Everyone deserves a “Right to Work” and also good working conditions and practices. No one deserves to be treated like “Second-Class Citizens”! We all live in the United States of America…..We set the example for other counties and societies to follow! Walmart you must do your part and “Do-the-Right-Thing”! These people are your employees not your slaves!

  24. Pacific Northwest | February 16, 2013 at 8:29 am | Reply

    There could be a point, at which time the decedents of Sam would have enough cash on hand that would allow them to treat their employees like real people. Like people needing to not live in poverty and still work and enjoy working there.

  25. Just want to say it’s brave to stand up and especially to be photographed but putting it up on the net and everywhere else helps protect from retaliation. Wouldn’t look good for the evil empire to do it now as it would just extend the PR nightmare for them.

    Please know I applaud and encourage all you are doing to make the world a better place for everyone (including the 1% even if they cannot understand how it benefits them…)

  26. Rev. Edgar Brandt | February 16, 2013 at 8:46 pm | Reply

    Oregon Farm Worker Ministry stands with Walmart workers seeking justice.

  27. I applaud your courage, Warehouse Workers United, and I am in complete solidarity with you. Walmart, you need to open your eyes and recognize the importance of human dignity and worker loyalty (if you ever earn it). I am doing my utmost to boycott Walmart except when absolutely necessary for economic reasons.

  28. Keep the strength, we’re harder to break in numbers! Stand up for your rights, and the rights of the people around you. You have our support.

  29. Boycott Walmart!

  30. I will NEVER buy anything at Walmart. They make me sick treating the workers like crap. Shop at Costco. They take care of their people!!

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