I agree with Lew Rockwell well over 99% of the time on political issues. This said, he supported Wal-Mart (once again) with:
I had never been grocery shopping at Wal-Mart until last night, when I filled a sick person’s shopping list at her preferred store. The prices are, of course, great. But I had no idea of how great: 15-20% less than Kroger’s, is my guess. The aisles are wide; the selection very good; and the place was mobbed.
Leftists, crunchy cons, and paleo cons hate Wal-Mart. As I looked around that vast space of real service to the least among us, I could only think: God bless this great enterprise.
Other than by James Taranto of the WSJ, I don’t think I’ve ever been confused for a leftie. In Alabama, the competition between football teams based in Auburn and Tuscaloosa can be more important than religion, politics or even the battle between the sexes. Guessing that Lew bought his groceries in or near Auburn, I’m speculating that he isn’t aware that Wal-Marts in other portions of his state get their property though the use of or or sometimes even a combination of the two. Rockwell generally opposes gubbmint whine and cheese, but he seems to be making an exception when the money passes though corporate hands.