Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Credit where credit is due...

I am sure this is a result of our 13 strong pledge drive, we have them on the run. ;-)

Health Plan Overhauled at Wal-Mart
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Starting Jan. 1, Wal-Mart’s insurance will look a lot like that offered by many other American companies, but with some twists that even longtime critics described as innovative. Independent experts praised several features of the plan and said it could represent a turning point for the retailer, the nation’s largest private employer.


scottst said...

That's a good start, but it doesn't address the fact that they are still beating the shit out of the people who make the goods for us over there in China or wherever. So, congratulations Wal-Mart, you've addressed one of the many big problems that you create.

Block baby, I wish you were on the radio. Your playlist kicks royal ass. - S.

blockdog said...

Yes, it is a semi good start.
"We" are complicit in the creation of the Wally Worlds of the world.
Until the buying public makes a change in their own philosophy and spending habits there will always be the influx of goods produced by child labor.

Glad you dig my playlist, I don't think radio would allow it. ;-)