I try to be a good liberal. I care about the environment, and human rights, and the little people. I don't use slurs, I'm politically correct (although I refuse to give the janitor an honorary degree in engineering just because he likes the title "maintenance engineer" better than "janitor"), and I really do want to do my part and help throw my weight behind worthy causes. But there are so many of them! I get it, I get it; Walmart is evil. And then so is Amazon for the same reason; they both kill small businesses for sport. And Target gives large chunks of its profits to horribly anti-gay political campaigns. And I'm not supposed to drink Coors because they used to fire people for being gay. And farm fish are bad for fishermen and the fishermen business, and corporate farms are bad for animals and independent farmers, and ADM pushed high fructose corn syrup on us all so we should boycott them, but they make the corn meal for the dog food so what do I feed my dog? I could pick the exponentially more expensive meat-based food but I think the meat in that is from corporate farms and even if it's not, is it grass fed or corn fed because apparently grass is better for cows (although have you seen a grass-fed cow? They're scrawny!) and if it is corn-fed is it corn from ADM?
And I'm sorry if I shop at Walmart, but they've screwed the economy to the point where frankly, I can only afford to shop at Walmart. Or at least, "living within my means", which I try to do, means a far different thing if I never shop at Walmart. Especially since Target isn't an option. At least I can keep buying my horrible diabetes-inducing dog food at Farm & Fleet, right?