Bishop Arthur Brazier, pastor of the Apostolic Church of God, said the hue and cry [about Wal-Mart setting up shop] in impoverished South and West Side communities is for "jobs, jobs, jobs. ... No one is interested in salary or starting point. All they want is jobs. . . . When you say a living wage and a person has no wage, it doesn't strike their heart.
"This is a union fight. I don't think the aldermen ought to be stalking horses for the unions. Let Wal-Mart build their stores. Then, let the unions organize."
That’s about it. Aldermen with union labels, butt out.