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Phillip says ...
<p>Dear Mr. Mackey,</p> <p>In light of the recent controversy pertaining to your response in the Op-Ed piece of the Wall Street Journal titled 'The Whole Foods Alternative to ObamaCare', in regards to President Obama and the Congressional Democrats 'HealthCare' plan, and the calls for boycott of your company, I thought I would take the liberty to address your column as well as the backlash it has received.</p> <p>For the last decade or so, my family and I have been Whole Food shoppers. Although a bit pricier than other market chains, the level of quality of your products has remained consistent and high. The environment in your stores gives you a sense that you aren't shopping for groceries at a store but rather picking fresh produce right from the farm itself. For years you guys have provided the best you can offer to many, contributing to the betterment of health of both the mind and body for your customers, which is why I am sadden by the outrage that you Op-Ed has caused.</p> <p>Rather than holding a civil debate, asking you to further explain your opinions, or even phoning or writing to display their displeasure about your Op-Ed, many of your 'Progressive' and Liberal customers found it better to just simply boycott you and your stores. Democrats have consistently chastised and belittled those who took extreme measures to get their voice heard about their displeasure for the 'HealthCare' bills at the town hall meetings and protests, yet we find it to be standard operating procedure for them to use these same tactics on you and your company, simply because you disagree. If these 'activists' and 'boycotters' took the time to scrutinize your column maybe they would of found that a significant portion actually agrees in conjunction with the President with i.e. preventative care, allowing insurance companies to compete nationally. Or on the simple matter of Medicare, where you call for a reformation of the program in order to help seniors with better coverage. Yet none of these points are mentioned, simply they find it easier to criticize and chant 'boycott!' because you do not agree with EVERYTHING Obama and Congressional Democrats want. </p> <p>The saddest part of the 'boycott' is the indirect actions it causes. By 'boycotting' Whole Foods, Whole Foods in turn will then have fewer shoppers. Fewer shoppers mean less revenue. Less revenue means it is time to cut expenses. One of the expenses first to be cut will be labor. Therefore Whole Foods with declining revenues would have to not only let go of workers causing them to lose their jobs and have no income, it will also get rid of the coverage of healthcare and benefits for 80%+ of whole Foods workers which in turn will leave them without the ability to get healthcare. </p> <p>Maybe the 'Progressives' and Liberals who feel it is necessary to 'boycott' your stores 'for the greater good', should be forced to explain to one of your employees why he might lose his job and benefits due to their actions. If it is any consequence to you, this Whole Foods shopper and his family aren't just proud shoppers of Whole Foods, but we are Proud Republican Whole Foods Shoppers. If the Liberals don't want your products, there are plenty of Republicans willing to stand by and support you and you workers. We stand by your courage to speak out and willingness to help others. </p> <p>Warm Regards,</p> <p>Phillip</p>
09/24/2009 2:18:00 PM CDT
Eva Ny says ...
<p><strong>inflammatory </strong>Although I have been a dedicated customer of Wholefoods, today, after reading this nonsense about the Canadian health care system, I have decided that I'm not prepared to spend my money any longer in a store run by someone who is so totally off-base that he is prepared to publish complete non-truths. Mackay is either an idiot or a right wing nut case and in either event, I can buy organic foods, produced locally here in Canada without catering to this offensive, false anti-Canadian propaganda.</p>
09/24/2009 9:30:00 PM CDT
Eric says ...
<p>I found your discussion well thought out but it certainly doesn't cover all the circumstances ' nor could it in such a short space. But freedom of individual choice is exactly what is required simply because no health care reform could cover all the circumstances. I would support this type of system long before I gave more control to bureaucrats. Many posters complain about getting the run-around from the insurance companies. I suggest that the government bureaucrats will be much more powerful, less responsive and probably overwhelmed by client volume. Look at a local social services department as an example.</p> <p>What is bemusing is the reaction of the people calling for a boycott. Instead of a reasoned discussion a lot of people seem to be much happier over-reacting and spouting ignorant drivel. Too bad.</p> <p>Stick to your guns (oops, maybe that's the wrong cliche?). You have a lot of reasonable ideas that merit discussion. I wonder if anybody in DC is listening?</p>
09/25/2009 10:23:00 AM CDT
Karin Hockman says ...
<p>Too bad John Mackey wasn't on the Presidential ballot ' I would of voted for him! </p> <p>Most emphatically, I believe that IT IS UP TO EACH PERSON INDIVIDUALLY TO EAT HEALTHY, EXERCISE &amp; MAKE WISE CHOICES AS A HUMAN BEING. WE ARE ALL PAYING A VERY DEAR PRICE (SOCIALLY &amp; FINANCIALLY) FOR OTHER PEOPLES CHOICES. We are enabling a lazy society. Incentives by the government and employers for healthy living is vital. Health awareness/education is vital. It takes sacrifice, &amp; God forbid the almighty dollar might have to be sacrificed by employers, but in the long run human beings are being held accountable for their abusive lifestylyes/choices and reform can truly take place ' healthy people contribute to society in positive ways. We reap what we sow. God bless employers like John Mackey ' he prospers because he has sown.</p>
09/25/2009 5:55:00 PM CDT
Nancy says ...
<p>Thank you for your words. I know this nanny state USA doesn't like what you have said. This government wants us to be dependent on them for everything. Gone is 'self-reliance' and 'take responsibility for yourself' so much that it is scary. We need to take care of ourselves and be responsible for our care ' that (and stop those 'blanking' lawyers!) is the only way medical treatment in this country will be affordable again. </p> <p>I wish you would be better about selling truly healthy food ' I have to be very careful about my selections at Whole Foods but I am now supporting you more because of what you had the courage to say about how to improve health care in this country ' and we don't even have to become socialists to do it!!</p>
09/25/2009 10:01:00 PM CDT
Aisha Bey says ...
<p>Today I happened to be in Whole Foods while some people staged an extremely loud, disruptive protest marching through the store chanting anti-WF slogans and playing musical instruments. </p> <p>I ended up in a debate with one of them because at the age of 66, I am in excellent health, take no medications whatsoever, have more energy than most people half my age and haven't been to a doctor (except for the ER after spraining an ankle) in 35 years. </p> <p>While I have spent my entire life fighting injustice and struggling to empower the dispossesed, and I am dismayed to learn that Mr. Mackey espouses some anti-humanistic views, I am forced to agree with his premise that most disease in America is self-inflicted. In fact, the whole health care debate is largely irrelevant because we don't have a health care system, we have a DISEASE care system. A system that addresses the symptoms rather than the causes of disease. A system that uses toxic pharmaceuticals with side effects worse than the original problem. A system that actually creates disease by over prescribing immune weakening medications such as antibiotics. A system that brutally suppresses and disparages effective natural remedies and practitioners. </p> <p>As a certified herbalist and nutritionist in practice over thirty years, I have worked with thousands of clients and have witnessed the benefits of holistic medicine. This is the true medicine and until our approach to disease addresses its underlying causes such as toxic overload (poisons in the air, water, earth and food)and denatured food, and until our approach to disease utilizes the safe, effective, inexpensive, natural remedies that God put in the earth and intended for us to use, there will be no true healing. </p> <p>Beyond emergency medical care and dentistry, conventional medicine works primarily to enrich itself. Cancer is the second largest revenue producing business in the world. Only oil is bigger than cancer. Yet there have been natural, effective cancer remedies (search ESSIAC) for decades that have been viciously suppressed by the medical industrial complex (the doctors, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies, along with their enablers, the FDA and the FCC).</p> <p>John Mackey, you are an enigma. You sell ESSIAC, but you quote Margaret Thatcher, a quintessential representative of the establishment, whose materialism and willingness to disrupt the natural order have brought us to the brink of extinction.</p> <p>But this I must say to those who are protesting: John Mackey is not the enemy. Yes, health food is expensive. It costs money to process foods in ways that maintain rather than destroy their nutritional content. But I have clients on welfare who do all their shopping at Whole Foods where you can buy a pound of organic, chemical free brown rice for $1.99 and a pound of organic beans for $1.49. Whole Foods, whole paycheck, what is your life worth? </p> <p>While it bothers me immensely that Mr. Mackey is anti-socialist and an advocate of an unsustainable capitalist system (how can you have a growth economy on a finite planet?), I must give him props because he has mainstreamed health food and has provided widespread access to the true medicine, the healing plants and herbs. How many times have I run to Whole Foods to pick up pain herbs for a client in agony after the morphine has worn off; a client that doesn't want to become a drug addict? How many times have I run to Whole Foods for remedies for accident victims that can't afford to miss weeks or months of work while slowly recuperating? How many times have I run to Whole Foods for some tummy tea for an infant who is keeping his/her parents up all night screaming in pain? The truth is, because of Whole Foods, people are healthier and happier. </p> <p>Your energy, time and money would be much better spent fighting to mainstream the holistic approach, fighting to safeguard our access to healing herbs and supplements (a right that regularly comes under attack from the medical industrial complex), fighting for our right to heal ourselves and our children (if your child gets cancer, he/she will be forced to undergo the tortures of chemo and radiation and you will be jailed if you resist) and fighting for the truth to be told to all who would listen.</p> <p>Peace and blessings<br> Aisha Bey, CH</p>
09/26/2009 10:17:00 AM CDT
Maureen M says ...
<p>Wow, taking responsibility for your own health for a change! Great idea! I just wish there was a Whole Foods in WV. It is very, very difficult to buy GOOD organic food here, plus the lifestyle, recipe for disaster.</p>
09/26/2009 12:32:00 PM CDT
Beth says ...
<p><strong>inflammatory </strong>I had shopped at Wholefoods/Wild Oats for 10 years.<br> I have a family of four and used to spend hundreds of dollars evry week! I have not been into a Wholefoods store since Mr. Mackeys OP.Ed.<br> I miss shopping there but am able to get all the same products by going to farmers markets and sevral other stores.<br> Mothers Market, Henry's, Sprouts, and now even Costco and Vons have some organic products. I look forward to the day Mr. Mackey steps down, but until then I will never step foot in a Wholefoods again!</p>
09/26/2009 2:04:00 PM CDT
JoAnn Carey says ...
<p>As a registered dietitian/nutritionist, I am passionate about preventing and/or delaying the onset of disease. Health Savings Accounts work contrary to the concept of wellness. Just because we give responsibility to an individual for their health, does not mean they will make wise choices. I know of people with HSA that delay tests in order to delay spending their account. I know of a young man who spent his HSA on Lasik surgery instead of going to his doctor and dentist for check ups. I hope he does not regret this. Young people may have serious disease and not even know it until it is too late!</p>
09/26/2009 2:14:00 PM CDT
Terri Johnson says ...
<p>Dear Mr. Mackey,</p> <p>There is a Whole Foods store where I live, but I have rarely shopped there in the past. After reading your article, I will now shop there frequently in order to support your outstanding company and the fortunate employees who work for you.</p> <p>I will also e-mail your article to friends and family members who are fortunate enough to have a brain and who therefore have the ability to think rationally. I know they will support your company as well.</p> <p>Thank you!</p>
09/26/2009 6:53:00 PM CDT
J. Ricardo Planas says ...
<p>Your views motivated me to write about this issue from a moral standpoint, and thus to contribute to the national discourse in a civilized manner. Given that it is a rather lengthy piece, I am attaching the link. <a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20101020182743/http://www.reasonandpolitics.com/healthcarereform.html" rel="nofollow">http://www.reasonandpolitics.com/healthcarereform.html</a></p> <p>Thank you.</p>
09/26/2009 8:52:00 PM CDT
Lisa says ...
<p>I already shopped at Whole Foods on occasion, but now I go out of my way to shop there and I am happy to hand my money over to the cashier. Mr. Mackey, you literally gave me a glimmer of hope in what I find is increasingly a very depressing state of the nation full of people ready and willing to just turn the country over to socialist and Marxist ideals. Many are just too uneducated or ignorant to realize it, and the educated, informed ones will never admit it. It's evident everywhere. It's all about the word police now too. They won't even call it what it is: socialized medicine. It's failing in other countries, and it would be a disaster in a country as large as ours with our current irresponsible, largely corrupt government. Today's Democrat is a socialist who occasionally teeters on the edge of Communist ideals, and it makes me ill.</p> <p>I'm a graduate student, and I'm in classes that are preaching the evils of capitalism on a daily basis. I actually have professors accusing anyone who doesn't agree with 'Obamacare' and the failed 'stimulus' package of being a racist.</p> <p>Thank you a million times over for going out on a limb and risking losing some business to stand up for ideals that are incredibly and increasingly important at this time. You have a loyal customer in me for life.</p>
09/27/2009 7:06:00 AM CDT
Christine Lee says ...
<p>With no medical insurance or Dr or income to support a physican/drug/insurance existance, my only choice is to practice preventative self-care. The operative word is CHOICE &amp; even if I HAD medical coverage, I would choose a natural lifestyle minus chemical foods and chemical medicine w/nasty side effects. I educate myself by studying all I can about natural healing, and try to eat accordingly.I was so very ill last spring (years of undiagnosed celiac) and 'cold turkey' tried a gluten-free diet. In less than a week I went from feeling like I was dying to having more energy than in years! I continue this lifestyle and will continue the rest of my life. Bottom line ' WFM has the products and ingredients I need to be well and have quality to my life (I'm a Gram to 7). How foolish it would be for me to put politics ahead of my being well naturally! Whole Foods ' you won't please everyone all the time but thank heavens you are there for me. I gave up frivolous shopping without looking back to be able to afford to eat chemical and gluten free. Parents and caregivers should do the same for our next generation! There is NOTHING more important!!! Teach them well to take care of themselves everyday and they &amp; their's will survive better in this increasingly crazy world. They are the future ' good nutrition is THE most important element that should be taught. A little used-true motto: You are what you eat.</p>
09/27/2009 10:27:00 AM CDT
Bob Warsham says ...
<p><strong>Inflammatory </strong>Although you are entitled to your opinion, using the term 'Obamacare' indicated to me a prejudice on your part'¦there is no bill in Congress entitled 'Obamacare''¦the term is aa creation of the extreme right wing and shows a preconceived anti agenda sentiment. You did, indirectly, mention the president by using this term.</p>
09/27/2009 2:10:00 PM CDT
Anne says ...
<p>Dear Mr. Mackey,</p> <p>I agree with about 80% of your stated views. One statement you made is as follows: 'Most of the diseases which are both killing us and making health care so expensive-heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and obesity, which account for about 70% of all health care spending, are mostly preventable through proper diet, exercise, not smoking, minimal or no alcohol consumption, and other healthy lifestyle choices.'</p> <p>I agree wholeheartedly with your position that we are better off with 'minimal or no alcohol consumption' yet your stores sell wine and beer and in fact, promote it during your 'Five After Five' Friday food and wine tasting. We have a local grocery store chain in Richmond VA, Ukrops, which refuses to sell any kind of alcohol because it would be in direct conflict with their values. I understand that profits from wine and beer contribute to Whole Foods overall profitability but I encourage you and your Board to align your 'values' with what your company does and does not sell, namely, alcohol. In talking to a friend who is a judge in Virginia, he says that over 66% of the cases which come before him can be directly or indirectly attributed to alcohol or drug use. Most of those who admire and respect Whole Foods for marching to the beat of a different and more ethical drummer, will no doubt have even more respect and loyalty to a company who eliminates another clearly unhealthy product(alcohol) from their stores' inventories. I hope you will seriously consider this and post your thoughts. Thank you.</p>
09/27/2009 2:17:00 PM CDT
gb says ...
<p>Mr Mackey,<br> Will you please run for President in 2012? This article makes more sense than anything else I've read on the healthcare debacle in the last 3 months. </p> <p>BTW, I went to our local Whole Foods after this article appeared just to try to show my support. I was unprepared for the changes the food we bought at your store has brought about in our lives! After I got home, we started reading about refined sugars and started to follow Joanna Budwig's recommendations. My husband was so impressed by how much better the chicken we bought tasted than Tyson's that we've made weekly visits to WF since then. Your milk and several other products are actually cheaper than Krogers.</p> <p>Bottom line: we both have more energy and have been able to put away our bottles of antacids for the first time in yrs. So thank you!</p>
09/27/2009 5:21:00 PM CDT
Suzanne says ...
<p><strong>Inflammatory </strong><strong></strong>Dear Mr. Mackey,</p> <p>I have shopped at Whole Foods, and worked at Whole Foods and Bread &amp; Circus before it was sold to you ' that is over twenty years.</p> <p>I am saddended by your attitude, but not surprised.<br> When you took over Bread &amp; Circus and insited on selling white sugar and white flour in 'our' store, the staff was outraged. While corporate mouthed 'we value your feedback', you told us that you wanted people to have a 'one stop shopping' experience at Whole Foods. I knew then that you were NOTHING like the noble Harnetts who truly valued health and healthy living. I knew that all you valued was the almighty dollar. </p> <p>So, yes, I continued to work and shop in Whole Foods because I am committed to a healthy lifestyle.</p> <p>Twenty years later &amp; guess what? I have a chronic, congenital condition and no health insurance. Except for this I am very healthy; which I attribute in part to my eating habits. Apparently I am too well for Mediciad, but can't work enough to buy my own insurance. Is THIS how the market takes care or things? In addition (to Becky Hunter, as well), emergency health care is provided to all; however, I was just in the ER for what appears to be a bleeding ulcer and the minute they found out I had no insurance they 'referred' me to a specialist and no more tests were done. I suppose if I had been vomiting blood they might have done more, but I doubt it. I will not be going to a specialist because I can't afford it. Sad to say, I have been treating it myself with products from your store. What do you say to that, Mr. Mackey? That must make you happy/richer. Hmm'¦</p> <p>This is SOCIAL DARWINSIM.</p> <p>I am ashamed to have ever worked for you. You are just another selfish capitalist.</p> <p>As soon as I find an alternative, I will cease shopping at your store, but that will be difficult because you have bought up all the competition. Way to go.</p>
09/27/2009 10:34:00 PM CDT
Suzanne says ...
<p><strong>inflammatory </strong>Oh, and another thing: how complicit are YOU? </p> <p>You talk about people being responisble for their own health and what they eat is a part of that. Then why do you sell white flour and white sugar (among other things) in your store? Are these 'whole foods'? Oh, I know, free-market, freedom of choice. Funny that you are profiting from that choice, dontcha think? </p> <p>You, sir, are a hypocrite.</p>
09/27/2009 10:50:00 PM CDT
James Beswick says ...
<p>An insightful, honest and straight-forward point of view that has been blasted by the free-spending liberals for no logical reason at all. Personally, I'll be switching all my grocery shopping to Whole Foods.</p> <p>Apparently, the people who are boycotting Whole Foods over this prefer Wal Mart's stance on health care insurance, which basically allows them to bury competitors and tighten their monopoly.</p>
09/28/2009 9:15:00 AM CDT
Suzanne says ...
<p>Moderator: It looks like you are cherry picking comments that agree with Mr. Mackey's position. You sprinkle in a few opposing viewpoints. I suppose mine were too accurate for you to post? Where are my posts? Typical. And exactly what I expected.</p>
09/28/2009 3:07:00 PM CDT
Suzanne says ...
<p>Dear Mr. Mackey,</p> <p>I have shopped at Whole Foods, and worked at Whole Foods and Bread &amp; Circus before it was sold to you ' that is over twenty years.</p> <p>I am saddended by your attitude, but not surprised.<br> When you took over Bread &amp; Circus and insited on selling white sugar and white flour in 'our' store, the staff was outraged. While corporate mouthed 'we value your feedback', you told us that you wanted people to have a 'one stop shopping' experience at Whole Foods. I knew then that you were NOTHING like the noble Harnetts who truly valued health and healthy living. I knew that all you valued was the almighty dollar. </p> <p>So, yes, I continued to work and shop in Whole Foods because I am committed to a healthy lifestyle. I do not work there any more.</p> <p>Twenty years later &amp; guess what? I have a chronic, congenital condition and no health insurance. Except for this I am very healthy; which I attribute in part to my eating habits. Apparently I am too well for Medicaid, and/or make too much money but can't work enough to buy my own insurance. Is THIS how the market takes care or things? In addition (to Becky Hunter, as well), emergency health care is provided to all; however, I was just in the ER for what appears to be a bleeding ulcer and the minute they found out I had no insurance they 'referred' me to a specialist and no more tests were done. I suppose if I had been vomiting blood they might have done more, but I doubt it. I will not be going to a specialist because I can't afford it. Sad to say, I have been treating myself with products from your store. What if I have cancer or die from this? I suppose that is my fault for not being well enough to eran enough to buy medical care? This is SOCIAL DARWINSIM.</p> <p>Furthermore, you talk about people being responsible for their own health ' what they eat is a part of that. Then why do you sell white flour and white sugar (among other things) in your store? Are these 'whole foods'? Oh, I know, free-market, freedom of choice. Funny that you are profiting from that choice, dontcha think? </p> <p>As soon as I find an alternative, I will cease shopping at your store, but that will be difficult because you have bought up all the competition. Way to go Mr. Mackey.</p>
09/28/2009 3:23:00 PM CDT
Catherine F. says ...
<p>Hi,</p> <p>I'm the French woman with the 3 kids you met at Whole Foods in Louisville today.<br> It was a big honor to meet you.<br> I forgot to tell you that you store is the only reason we moved from the East Coast (NYC and Connecticut) to Louisville. When my husband was considering Louisville for his business, i asked him if there was a 'Whole Foods''¦and the rest is history.<br> Beside being a big fan of your store, i'm in line with your business philosophy.<br> Your business story proves that corporations can be successful while caring for the environment, human and animal rights.</p>
09/28/2009 3:32:00 PM CDT
daje says ...
<p><strong>Inflammatory </strong>I am not going to take the time to read all the ideas Mackey has on Health Care. He wants to attack socialism. Yet public schools, police, ect. seem to benefit people. Regulations on Organic seem to be a socially responsible action and Taxing the greed and hording nature of those with resources seems necessary. </p> <p>I guess if the rich could keep all the money to themselves, they would, they have uncaring hard hearts. If the rich got anything by themselves without using human resources or earths resources they are in fantasy land. The private sector thinks they are in competition with public, communal and governmental systems. But the motivation and intention is different. </p> <p>The idea to get rich versus the idea to serve, protect and empower with collective good being the product. I stopped in the parking lot and turned around and did not go inside the Wholefoods store today, just so I could express my contempt for Mr. Bigshot Mackey. </p> <p>So quick to talk about bootstraping pulling your self up to independence. Or look at all the good things I do like run the market all by myself. Yah Right! Empathy they have none when it comes to making a buck. </p> <p>If they can sell salt for a profit he would. Got brick and mortar'¦got employees. Now is a good time to ask Vons and Ralphs markets to start carrying the yogurt and coconuts and ph water. Those things I really only need from the capitalist free market. Too bad for me and maybe you will feel alittle too. Because you are a selfish capitalist with a nobrainer Idea to retail exotic items, and the connections to make it happen 3 times in Santa Monica and Venice. So What'¦. You and your croonies are the reason everthing has a price and you make a profit. And when your mattress is full of money, and your bank fails and your broker has flipped it short and long again and it fall flat on your greedy brain. You may still find people who care for you, and wipe your behind and spoon feed you. maybe I'll be there for you Mr. Republican. The price of your soul is too high. you may need some societal or social support to get you into heaven.</p>
09/28/2009 9:44:00 PM CDT
Andre Courtemanche says ...
<p><strong>Inflammatory </strong>Congratulations, Mr. Mackey. You have now aligned your company with the hateful people marching at tea parties and watching Glenn Beck. Atta boy on the 180 degree turn you brought to your company's image. </p> <p>I applaud the people who protested Whole Foods and hope to see more until you are dismissed. You don't belong at Whole Foods, Mr. Mackey.</p> <p>Writing that piece in the WSJ and alienating most of your customer base clearly demonstrates your lack of insight into your company's strengths and core market'¦ So why are you still CEO?</p>
09/29/2009 10:51:00 AM CDT
Chris says ...
<p>'We hold these truths to be self-evident,'that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.'</p> <p>Author: Thomas Jefferson</p> <p>Source: Declaration of Independence of the United States of America</p> <p>*-*-*-*-*-*-*</p> <p>A careful reading of both The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution will also not reveal any intrinsic right to oxygen. Should we make oxygen optional as well? Healthcare, like oxygen, is included under the reference to LIFE, Mr. Mackey. Healthcare is necessary for LIFE. Every one of us has a pre-existing condition, it's called being mortal. </p> <p>I wholeheartedly agree with you about personal responsibility, but I ask you to consider the many, many cases of illness and deformity that have absolutely nothing to do with diet and exercise. Whether intended or not, you came off extremely callous since you are certainly wealthy and can afford any and all treatments available to you and your family.</p> <p>I am unsure about continuing to shop in your stores. There are many other sources where I can buy the products you sell.</p>
09/29/2009 12:39:00 PM CDT

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