Politics from the Palouse to Puget Sound

Thursday, July 13, 2006

They Asked For It, They Got It

If you remember, the Summer Evergreen editors were whining Monday that they had not gotten any Wal-Mart letters in months. Well, they got one that ran in today's edition. I'm not sure it fits with their ignorant, politically correct world view, but here it is:
Wal-Mart would help with fair pricing around town


Pullman needs to move past the 1950s and become part of the 21st century. A Wal-Mart Supercenter would be a big plus for our town. Safeway and Dissmores would not be able to continue to charge the horrific prices they do for groceries if they had to compete with Wal-Mart. They (Safeway and Dissmores) have been gouging the students and residents for years. When I moved here five years ago I was appalled at the prices these stores charged for groceries. Wal-Mart would force them to price more fairly.

Janice McWilliams

University Advancement Program Coordinator
Technorati Tags:

No comments: