2) A major donor to George W. Bush and the Republican Party, whose policies in turn create more Wal-Mart customers by offshoring good-paying union jobs.
3) Its very presence in a city identifies that city as an epicenter of lowlife inbreds or as adjacent to one.
4) Place where people of the middle class go to buy toilet paper and cat litter.
"Last month I was let go from our town's family-owned hardware store. Yesterday I learned they are going out of business on account of the new Wal-Mart."
2. A bad place to work
3. A bad place to shop
4. See number 1