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Wal-Mart Racial Justice?

I was amazed at the audacity of the ACLU to connect climate change to racial justice, otherwise known as racism.

Where the two connect, I have no idea. But it did remind me of my visit to Wal-Mart the other day worthy of now writing a letter to the CEO.

Dear Mr. McMillon:

cc: ACLU, NAACP, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, B. Obama

It is with a sad heart I write this to you. On May 28th I visited a Wal-Mart to purchase a folding table.

My intention was to buy the white 6-foot table that folds to a convenient easy carry of three feet. 

I noticed the price on the tag was $5 more than the internet advertised price. I just chalked that up to different locations have different prices, or maybe it was a sale. I looked at the other tables available, and I noticed a black table of the same size, but there wasn't a price tag on it.

A sales associate scanned it and told me it was $31 and some change-- a full $7 less than the white table.

I asked him why the white table was so much more; however, he didn't know. 

It is apparent by the up-charging of the white table that Wal-Mart believes in white supremacy. By not marking the black table and selling it at a lower cost, it clearly shows that Wal-Mart believes that "black" is inferior and should be kept in the background.

This thinking is dangerous and atrocious!

I am deeply concerned about Wal-Mart's attitude toward racial justice. You have taken a step back and have insulted a huge part of the population that has fought for equal rights for a long time. (I can't say which, because all races/genders have been fighting for equal rights for a long time)

I would suggest the following and act on it before the ACLU gets wind of this.

Put a huge display of folding tables of all colors for people to choose from and price them all the same. Have glitter and flags posted around showing your racial justice policy. It also wouldn't be a bad idea to have dancing women and men singing Hallelujah as the customers walk by.

Then you may want to top it off by giving people of all races a livable wage and a nice benefit plan within reason and try training those people something about customer service.

I am only trying to save you the embarrassment of seeing your stores being attacked by the ACLU as they have done to the White House's stance over Climate Change.

I shall, until I see a change in your racial justice policy, buy only the black tables.

Thank you for your time,

David Herman

I truly hope Wal-Mart can change their thinking. We all know that theses price discrepancies in the black and white tables are nothing more than code.  (Isn’t that what the Left is always fond of saying?)

The dang things probably all come from China anyway.

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Written by David abluepelican Lasaine

Imaginative, reflective, try to be humorous and attempt to be deep in my writing to invoke feelings with topics other than politics.


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