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WalMart New Anti-Gun Policies

This is a discussion on WalMart New Anti-Gun Policies within the News & Links forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by Deebo When Walmart stop selling alcohol, to help end DWI deaths, then I will take them seriously, until then, I think I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    When Walmart stop selling alcohol, to help end DWI deaths, then I will take them seriously, until then, I think I can live without them.
    https://babylonbee.com/news/walmart-...car-accidents/
    "In a bold move intended to curb the thousands of deaths from vehicles each and every day, Walmart has decided to stop selling auto parts, sources confirmed Tuesday."


    For the uninitiated, the Babylon Bee is a satire website, ala The Onion.
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    This is how I will deal with Walmart. My list of things I need to pick up. Dog food, Cat food, floor cleaner, Bread and sliced ham. I could ride into town have a cup of coffee. Run into Walmart get every thing in one stop and done. Today I will not. Instead I will go to another small town near by . Have my coffee at a small dinner. And shop at a smaller chain grocery store. Will walmart care? I don't know . But I will sleep better.
    Another thing I will do is when an area is fighting to stop a walmart store or expansion , I will add my voice to stopping them.
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    Meanwhile, while Wally World makes meaningless gestures and the usual socialist suspects cry out for more laws and the taking of more rights from law abiding citizens, there were 43 shot and 8 killed in Chicago over the labor day weekend. This ain't about saving just one more life or stopping crime. It's about getting the guns, all of the guns.
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    Add Wallgreens and Krogers to the list..
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    I'm in a conundrum here...my crappy health insurance has a program with CVS Pharmacy where prescriptions are substantially cheaper. CVS has also come out against open carry.

    In a few months I will need to pick up my prescription refill. The CVS that I use is in a small town and I would wager that everyone who works there is pro-gun. They do have a very convenient drive thru but I plan on going in while open carrying to pick up my refill and will report on what anyone says, or doesn't say. We will see if small town locations have any ability to over-ride corporate policy.

    This will be interesting...

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    I'm trying to ween myself from ordering any further items from Walmart and Amazon. Looking for another source to make on line purchases from. Costco seems to be competitive, with better prices but with a smaller selection. Also staying away from anything that has a Google connection in the hope of protecting my privacy. I have a feeling that I'm fighting a losing battle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajk1941 View Post
    I'm trying to ween myself from ordering any further items from Walmart and Amazon. Looking for another source to make on line purchases from. Costco seems to be competitive, with better prices but with a smaller selection. Also staying away from anything that has a Google connection in the hope of protecting my privacy. I have a feeling that I'm fighting a losing battle.
    Allot of stores sell the same products amazon does. check available from these sellers and see if ones local. Or try ebay.. Ebay sells allot of the products through the same retailers on amazon. Just not as easy.
    DuckDuckgo.. instead of google.
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    @ Marica, that was a funny picture, but I'm not sure boycotts actually work. If such a thing was going to get the store's attention it would have to be like 100 customers all joined the movement and really sand-bagged the owner.

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    I have never been a fan of boycotts. They seem like a meaningless, feel-good bunch of hippie crap to me. But hey, if it makes you sleep better at night boycotting Walmart, knock yourself out.

    But let me just ask 2 questions:

    1 - Was Walmart ever your "go to" place for firearms purchases? (If so, I feel sorry for you.)

    2 - Why didn't you boycott Walmart years ago when the put the anti-gunner Hillary Clinton (Yes, THAT Hillary Clinton) on their board of directors?
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