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How Wal-Mart Explains the Difference Between Clinton and Sanders: Should Wal-Mart be able to predict who will win the presidential election?

  • Crowd sourcing valuable

    For all of the highly-educated pundits and political experts there can be no more realistic and well-researched predictions that those made on the ground floor, namely from the normal people of America. Wal-Mart are in a uniquely priviledged position to be able to canvass these opinions, their predictions should be respected.

  • In this case, it's a conflict of interest

    Hillary Clinton has a long history with Wal-Mart and the state of Arkansas. It would be wise for Wal-Mart to stay out of this one. Normally, I would say it's a free country and freedom of speech matters - and all of that does still matter. But it wouldn't be the right ethical decision if they presented something to be objective that might not be.

  • Wal-Mart should not be able to predict who will win the presidential election

    Hilary Clinton has been in the board of Walmart some time ago. Bill Clinton had helped Walmart expand its business. Sanders has always been against huge wealth lying single handedly within one family associated with Walmart. Considering these points, I feel Wal-Mart should not be able to predict who will win the presidential election

  • Why are Corporations involved?

    Walmart is a huge corporation that should not have any say in politics because politics are meant for the people. Corporations are not people and although politics can affect them, it is not their place to predict because they have an unfair advantage over regular citizens. Why would walmart even make a prediction at all. Their only goal is to make more money.


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