ZoNation: The Greedy Grinches That Give Walmart Grief

Walmart is a lightning rod for liberal contradictions. They hate businesses that charge too much, and accuse them of being greedy, but when Walmart charges less, the liberals still accuse them of greed; and what’s worse they even use words like slavery. Of course it’s ok for them to liberally use the word slavery no matter how off base they are, but if Sarah Palin uses the term, (and more appropriately mind you) then people like MSNBC’s Martin Bashir believe she should get a diet of defecation and urine. Hear more in this ZoNation.

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  • George Potwin

    I love these videos. Solid arguments based on facts, rational thought, and actual brain cells. Keep it up!

  • Ok so these idiots are mad because they are not being paid enough. What about the millions of unemployed that cannot find work who would be very happen working anywhere but cannot because of Obamacare and liberalism claiming the economy is fixed when it clearly is not. When are you liberals going to care enough about the poor to make the economy the number one thing to fix instead of healthcare where 90% of this country was happy with their plans. Meaning something that not needed fixed to begin with and ignoring the raging freaken fire in the next room. That is liberalism for you. It makes me mad that someone like me cannot find work but we got these Unions thugs trying to make it harder for me to find a job by trying to rise the wage to 15 an hour for people they hate. How about liberals if you hate working at Walmart than freaken quit and do what ever you liberals think is more important than work and let us people who want to work for a living work to better ourselves like good human beings do.

    • Wolfman

      If you go by Democracy Now’s reporting on the hundred + people arrested while protesting, only a small percentage (<1%) of the protesters are Walmart employees. Protesting on behalf of people that have to cross their picket lines to get to work, and telling those people they've 'got their back' while encouraging people NOT to frequent the establishment which pays their wages; these things do not sound like 'support' to me.

    • All these protest are about is protest against Capitalism it has nothing to do with the workers and the left think we cannot see through them.

    • Picachu

      These are just union pos out there protesting. Every time I see picket signs I march straight into that business being picketed and spend some money to show my support for Nai union bs

  • Bryan Lyman

    Where is the outrage that waiters and waitresses only get around 2 bucks an hour and rely on tips to make a livable wage? Where is the outrage that Obama says the republicans have a war on women but the women in Obama’s administration get paid less than the men of an equivalent position? Where is the outrage that all these cash for gold exchanges only give you a fraction of the actual value of the gold you bring them? Where is the outrage that all these cash advance stores prey on the poor and have interest rates higher than credit cards? I don’t hear any marching feet outside these establishments, why is that? Because a business is only as successful as the people who allow themselves to be employed by them and the people who patron them. If Walmart ticks you off, then stop buying from them and don’t work for them. If they have no support, they will go out of business. It is called the FREE-market people! If you don’t agree with the free market, just take a look at how it is done in other countries who don’t have a free-market and tell me if you like how it is done there. If you are a closet communist and actually hate a free America, you don’t qualify for my challenge; you are just a useful idiot.

  • I heard liberals are going to protest fast food next so here is some simple math for all your liberal friends so they do not waste their time.


  • Mitch Cumstein

    Awesome as usual Zo!! You need your own show on TV.

  • louisk

    My youngest son worked for Wally world for a year. started at minimum wage and within the year received raises totally over a dollar an hour ( 15 % ). their reasoning, he didn’t quit, he showed up every day , didn’t call in sick once a week, and of all things, did what was asked of him. He now works for Boeing. Yup, got himself an education. I am so proud of him. 🙂

  • dlpannebakker

    Typical ignorant liberal. One of their very own hero’s is on the board at Wal-Mart.
    Hillary Clinton. Not only is she invested & has interest in massive corporate companies like having stock portfolio in Exxon/Mobil. So much for being a true liberal.

  • Guest

    Zo I agree with you on a lot of the topics you discuss but unfortunately I think you missed the mark with this one. I too felt as you did until I started digging into their business practices. So while they may sell products for less their success hinges on the destruction of ALL competition. . Which in turn, ruined the dynamic of small communities. The fact that a liberal sat on their board should tell you that they are backwards- give an air of helping while robbing you blind and enslaving you (the liberal credo).

    • Michael Volle

      that may be the end result but competition is the root of capitalism. getting the biggest share of the market…. in our world today, this is now the norm. from home depot running out all of the small hardware stores to office depot running out the office supply stores, people like going to stores with a big selection and one stop cheap pricing. it isn’t Walmart’s fault. blame people who would rather spend less and buy more then go to a small mom and pop store. how silly… as unfortunate as this is. small businesses need to recognize the competition and adapt to be successful. llok at video stores. they are a thing of the past. only those that recognized the change in market survived. so stop blaming business for trying to be successful…… if people arent smart and resourceful in business they will fail thats all

    • Jeff Coil

      And what is your source for all this “information”? Where did you go to learn about Walmarts “business practices”? Just some stupid anti-capitalist, anti-American, left-wing Walmart hating video on YouTube? Oh please. And don’t give me that crap about “Zo I agree with you on a lot of topics but . . .”. That’s common liberal bullshit.

    • John Illinoils

      Where I live, the construction of a Walmart store has actually resulted in a revitalization of the district. They built on vacant corner, and the resulting strip mall added 27 stores, EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM, A LOCALLY OWNED SMALL BUSINESS. They built another store in the south end of town. Kmart had closed a store, Kroger had closed a store, Hardee’s restaurant had closed in that area. This is the corner of a US highway, and a State Highway. the airport is there. Since Walmart opened, McDonald built, Walgreen built, Kroger built a whole new strip mall, because the building they did have was occupied by a Rural King Store. There re now 2 different local banks, and about 2 miles of commercial activity along the state highway, and a mile of it along the US highway.

      Walmart is a “low pay company”? I personally know several :kids” (30 years old) who have college degrees, who started at Walmart in High School, and have continued there because Walmart paid better than the profession they had trained for did. They are moving into management now. They have families, newer cars than I am driving, and are buying houses. In fact, one of them bought a house in my neighborhood–this is a low cost housing area–he could swing a $200,000 house, at 31. If that house was 50 miles west, or 40 miles east, it would cost him $400 grand.
      People who take minimum wage jobs are training, they don’t add much to the business. When you get to the point where they make a profit on your labor, they give you more pay.

  • Raymond Tower

    Prime example of why we are becoming slaves Zo. This pastor hits the nail on the head.


    I would love to give the Pastor of this predominantly black church in Virginia three cheers. This guy is obviously a leader. Perhaps we should each decide who our real leader is… It is amazing to see that very little has changed in 4,000 years.

    Good morning, brothers and sisters; it’s always a delight to see the pews crowded on Sunday morning, and so eager to get into God’s Word. Turn with me in your Bibles, if you will, to the 47th chapter of Genesis. We’ll begin our reading at verse 13, and go through verse 27.

    Brother Ray, would you stand and read that great passage for us? … (reading) … Thank you for that fine reading, Brother Ray. So we see that economic hard times fell upon Egypt, and the people turned to the government of Pharaoh to deal with this for them. And Pharaoh nationalized the grain harvest, and placed the grain in great storehouses that he had built. So the people brought their money to Pharaoh, like a great tax increase, and gave it all to him willingly in return for grain. And this went on until their money ran out, and they were hungry again.

    So when they went to Pharaoh after that, they brought their livestock – their cattle, their horses, their sheep, and their donkey – to barter for grain, and verse 17 says that only took them through the end of that year. But the famine wasn’t over, was it? So the next year, the people came before Pharaoh and admitted they had nothing left, except their land and their own lives. “There is nothing left in the sight of my lord but our bodies and our land. Why should we die before your eyes, both we and our land? Buy us and our land for food, and we with our land will be servants to Pharaoh.” So they surrendered their homes, their land, and their real estate to Pharaoh’s government, and then sold themselves into slavery to him, in return for grain.

    What can we learn from this, brothers and sisters?

    That turning to the government instead of to God to be our provider in hard times only leads to slavery?
    Yes… That the only reason government wants to be our provider is to also become our master?

    Yes. After Jacob and Joseph passed on, and the Jews began to drift away from their GOD, even they too became slaves in the land of Egypt .

    I also tell you a great truth today, and an ominous one.

    We see the same thing happening today – the government today wants to “share the wealth” once again, to take it from us and redistribute it back to us.
    It wants to take control of healthcare, just as it has taken control of education, and ration it back to us, and when government rations it, then government decides who gets it, and how much, and what kind.
    And if we go along with it, and do it willingly, then we will wind up no differently than the people in Egypt did four thousand years ago – as slaves to the government, and as slaves to their leaders.

    What Mr. Obama’s government is doing now is no different from what Pharaoh’s government did then, and it will end the same. And a lot of people like to call Mr. Obama a “Messiah,” don’t they?
    Is he a Messiah? A savior?
    Didn’t the Egyptians say, after Pharaoh made them his slaves, “You have saved our lives; may it please my lord, we will be servants to Pharaoh”? Well, I tell you this – I know the Messiah; the Messiah is a friend of mine; and Mr. OBAMA IS NO MESSIAH!
    No, brothers and sisters, if Mr. Obama is a character from the Bible, then he is Pharaoh. Bow with me in prayer, if you will…

    Lord, You alone are worthy to be served, and we rely on You, and You alone. We confess that the government is not our deliverer, and never rightly will be. We read in the eighth chapter of 1 Samuel, when Samuel warned the people of what a ruler would do, where it says “And in that day you will cry out because of your king, whom you have chosen for yourselves, but the LORD will not answer you in that day…”

    And Lord, we acknowledge that day has come. We cry out to you because of the ruler that we have chosen for ourselves as a nation. Lord, we pray for this nation. We pray for revival, and we pray for deliverance from those who would be our masters. Give us hearts to seek You and hands to serve You, and protect Your people from the atrocities of a new Pharaoh’s government. In God We Trust…

    And all of God’s people said amen!

  • I don’t understand why people don’t understand all this…I see so many complain about Walmart and other such places not paying more, but yet these same people want prices to stay down. It’s like Zo said about people thinking their paychecks should be a reflection of how many kids they have. I had a friend whose brother and wife was pregnant with a third child, and she was telling me who they were trying to get more welfare and stuff, I spoke before I thought, and said, a person doesn’t need 3 kids if they can’t afford to feed one. People must realize that they have to pay to play…I really don’t mind helping people who need help, I understand that, but I feel a little put out when I see then doing anything they want, and me having to play the responsible one. These kind of stores are just like McDonalds, they are for kids starting out, they are not suppose to be lifetime occupations. People complain that Walmart is this horrible business that is sucking the livelihood out of their employees, but all they offer is the job, they force no one to take it, and just think about the alternative should they not offer that job. I hear many complaining about China’s people making so little, yet let me say this, when you are hungry you will work for a piece of bread, we in America no longer realize that…not only that, sad as it might be to say, if they paid them more, prices would increase and people would complain about the increase in prices….so I’ll end with this, you can’t please everyone, no matter how much you try.

  • Nancy DahnSchuh-Boyd Eustice

    My first job, after babysitting for $9.00 a Night, was working as a maid for, at that time, minimum wage $3.50 an hour. At 14 15 16 and 17, that was a lot of extra spending money during the summer months. However after graduating from High School, I was smart enough to know that if I wanted to get ahead in life I needed to do something, so I joined the Navy, got an education, retired and now have a very good job. Go figure work hard, get an education and get a higher paying job. What a concept!

  • Eric huckaby

    2 million people pay their bills with checks they earned while working at walmart someone tell me how this is extortion.

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