Thursday, March 23, 2006

Activist Under Fire for Wal-Mart Position

Akinyele Umoja, a professor of black studies at Georgia State University, complained: "What he's doing is providing credibility and legitimacy for some of these corporations that have policies that just reinforce inequality."
In the meantime, "the new store has received more than 8,000 applicants for 500 jobs." What is Umoja's advocacy of socialism doing for those 8,000 applicants?

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Anonymous said...

And what is your advocacy of capitalism doing for those 7,500 applicants who have zero hope of ever getting a Wal-Job there?

Why are these people still unemployed and needing Wal-Jobs to begin with?

Anonymous said...

Because they didn't do their homework in school, asshat