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Who's the Biggest Welfare Queen? Wal-Mart!

They force their employees to live off federal assistance in many, many ways. Flame away, neocons:

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Good news everyone, after more than thirty years of searching by the news media, Ronald Reagan’s infamous “Welfare Queen” has finally been found. She lives in Bentonville, Arkansas.

“She has eighty names, thirty addresses,” Reagan warned during his 1976 run for President about a nameless, Cadillac-driving woman who’s conning the social safety net. He added: “She’s got Medicaid, getting food stamps, and she is collecting welfare under each of her names.” In total, Reagan said, “Her tax-free cash income is over $150,000.”

For more than thirty years, Republicans have used the existence of this “Welfare Queen” to justify their attacks on public spending and prove that the “welfare state” has run amok. Yet, her identity has never been revealed. After decades of searching, the best and brightest minds in the field of journalism were never able to discover who’s behind the wheel of the “Welfare Queen’s” Cadillac, or if she even existed.

That is until now.

We now realize our mistake. In our search for this “Welfare Queen,” we were looking for actual people when we should have been looking for corporate people. We should have been looking at Wal-Mart.

Wal-Mart is the largest private employer and brought in more revenue in 2011 than any other company in the nation. Wal-Mart pocketed a not-too-shabby $16.4 billion in profits that same year and the six Wal-Mart heirs, the Walton family, own roughly $100 billion in wealth, which is more than 40% of Americans combined.

But, despite making all of this money, Wal-Mart’s business model hinges on mooching from the government. It hinges on being the biggest “Welfare Queen” in the United States.

Because of the “everyday low wages” that the retail giant pays its employees, our government has to step in and provide public assistance to Wal-Mart workers just so they can survive…which is why the Wal-Mart workforce represents the largest recipient of federal aid in the nation.
A Wal-Mart worker makes on average 31% less than a worker for any other large retailer, and requires 39% more in public assistance.

A recent study by UC Berkeley found that Wal-Mart’s low wages are costing the state of California alone $86 million a year to provide public assistance like food stamps and healthcare to the retailer’s 44,000 low-wage employees in the state. The state spends nearly $2,000 every single year on each Wal-Mart employee who can’t afford basic essentials like housing, food, and healthcare with their Wal-Mart paycheck.

In total, it’s estimated that Walmart stores loot more than $2.6 billion every single year from the federal government in the form of tax-payer funded public assistance to their employees. That includes more than one billion in healthcare costs associated with Medicaid, and $225 million in free or reduced-price lunches for school children of Wal-Mart employees.

And now, as reported by the Huffington Post, Wal-Mart is planning to loot even more from us taxpayers, as the giant corporation adopts a new healthcare policy that will deny insurance for any employees working fewer than 30 hours a week.

Wal-Mart routinely forces their workers into part-time schedules, working fewer than 30 hours a week, so many will lose their health insurance under this new policy. When asked for comment by the Huffington Post on how many workers will be affected, Wal-Mart declined to answer.

Make no mistake about it, while it may be individual Wal-Mart employees who are collecting government benefits, the corporation itself benefits tremendously.

If the government didn’t step in to provide food assistance, Wal-Mart couldn’t operate with a team of emaciated workers unable to lift ballets of canned foods or count back the correct change at the checkout lanes.

If the government didn’t step in to provide health insurance, then Walmart stores would be a breeding ground for infectious diseases since their employees can’t afford to see a doctor on their own.

If the government didn’t step in to provide school-lunch assistance, then parents who work at Wal-Mart may have less money to put gas in their car and may not even make it in to work.

How can a business succeed with a sickly, tired, tardy, or altogether absent workforce? It can’t.

And while most businesses understanding that a healthy, happy, productive workforce is good for business, Wal-Mart hasn’t. Instead, Wal-Mart, with its enormous fortune, has shifted this responsibility onto taxpayers like you and me. They are, indeed, among the biggest of the big welfare queens in America.

The only difference is Walmart actually exists and Reagan’s “Welfare Queen” doesn’t.

With the help of “Welfare Queen” argument, Conservatives have targeted individual Americans who rely on public assistance as irresponsible and argued that it’s time to end the “handouts.”

But in reality, it’s time we target the actual institutions of irresponsibility in America – Wal-Mart and the other corporate giants who don’t give enough of a damn about their workers to pay them a living wage stick us with the bill for their well-being.

If a corporation can’t afford to pay its employees enough that each worker can afford basic essentials like healthcare, food, and housing, then that corporation – no matter how big or small it is – shouldn’t be allowed to do business.

No more corporate Welfare Queens in America!
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:21 PM   #31
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Wal-Mart wanted to come to the neighborhood adjacent to mine, and the mayor wanted them to come in. However, the neighborhood was vehemently against it. The worst part, though, was that the developer and Wal-Mart were wanting tax credits to come in and destroy local jobs, saying that "we need the tax breaks to make this project viable".

After a big uproar, the city eventually pulled the tax breaks and Wal-Mart backed out, knowing that they weren't welcome.

The interesting thing to me is that we're in the middle of the city. There is nothing that Wal-Mart sells that we cannot buy within walking distance or a ten-minute drive. Wal-Mart is absolutely unnecessary in the neighborhood. And yet the citizens were being told that we should give them tax breaks to come in? What benefits are they providing? There would not be any gain in jobs because we're already shopping in the neighborhood. The only thing that would happen would be that local businesses would close and the profits would be sucked out of the local economy. The only benefit was purely political, in that it would probably bleed some sales from the Target that's located ten blocks away, but which is in another city. That would produce some tax revenues for Denver, albeit at the cost of tax revenues from the other city. But then we would give the money right back to Wal-Mart in the form of tax breaks.

I really don't care if Wal-Mart opens, but giving them tax breaks is the ultimate in stupidity.
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:21 PM   #32
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Same here. I think we might go to Walmart maybe twice per year only if they happen to have something i can't find somewhere else at that particular time. I find the customers at target far more tolerable to be around.
This.

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Old 12-03-2012, 09:25 PM   #33
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Wal-Mart built their empire on American public stupidity. Providing products at lower prices forced many small companies out of business or forced them to move their production to cheap out of country labor.

Want a prescription? Pay more at the local pharmacy or go to Wal-Mart where you could get it cheaper. Tough shit for the local pharmacy.

This is more of the global market coming back to roost at home.
Yep.

I admit though I shop at Walmart alot. Mostly because there isn't much to any option in town. I use the local pharmacy and try to use the only local grocery store in town but it gets harder when items are $2-3 cheaper at Walmart.
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:30 PM   #34
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no, your stance is THE cop out...the PEOPLE and their MORAL compass are broken... that is why America is dying.

we've done this to ourselves.

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That does everything but address corporatism vs. capitalism.
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:36 PM   #35
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That's a copout, Stevie. Capitalism has become Corporatism. And it's ****ing broken. Small business, and the American dream are dying.
Who cares? Stevie can get his capes and spandex cheaper, thats all that matters.
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:38 PM   #36
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That does everything but address corporatism vs. capitalism.

this does everything but address the point.
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Wal-Mart wanted to come to the neighborhood adjacent to mine, and the mayor wanted them to come in. However, the neighborhood was vehemently against it. The worst part, though, was that the developer and Wal-Mart were wanting tax credits to come in and destroy local jobs, saying that "we need the tax breaks to make this project viable".

After a big uproar, the city eventually pulled the tax breaks and Wal-Mart backed out, knowing that they weren't welcome.

The interesting thing to me is that we're in the middle of the city. There is nothing that Wal-Mart sells that we cannot buy within walking distance or a ten-minute drive. Wal-Mart is absolutely unnecessary in the neighborhood. And yet the citizens were being told that we should give them tax breaks to come in? What benefits are they providing? There would not be any gain in jobs because we're already shopping in the neighborhood. The only thing that would happen would be that local businesses would close and the profits would be sucked out of the local economy. The only benefit was purely political, in that it would probably bleed some sales from the Target that's located ten blocks away, but which is in another city. That would produce some tax revenues for Denver, albeit at the cost of tax revenues from the other city. But then we would give the money right back to Wal-Mart in the form of tax breaks.

I really don't care if Wal-Mart opens, but giving them tax breaks is the ultimate in stupidity.
Gaining one low paying Walmart at the cost of 50 nearby local businesses is retarded.

Once while driving back roads across the US I found every small town I came to that had a Walmart nearby also had a downtown square with nothing but tumbleweeds. Many of the ones with out a Walmart near by had bustling squares with fun little local businesses.
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still got nothing, dave?
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Gaining one low paying Walmart at the cost of 50 nearby local businesses is retarded.

Once while driving back roads across the US I found every small town I came to that had a Walmart nearby also had a downtown square with nothing but tumbleweeds. Many of the ones with out a Walmart near by had bustling squares with fun little local businesses.
True. These communities are cutting off their noses to spite their faces.
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