From a Plain Dealer Editorial:
This is not much more than an argument for convenience, while at the same time stating that there are local businesses already filling the need. It also seems to be saying that if Wal-Mart hurts local businesses then that is good for Cleveland. Right.
And in Sam Fulwood III's column:
Nah, that battle is likely over. Give Wal-Mart its laurels and watch the small neighborhood businesses die.
What is all this giving up crap? What is all this spreading our legs for ubiquitous big boxes? "Oh, please, Wal-Mart, smack me around and treat me like a two-bit whore! Move in with me, I'll pay for your every need, just give it to me good."
Thus ends my unusual burst of ranting.