Sandra Guy story, Sun-Times 8/28/06 says Wal-Mart is big in 'burbs, where it's considered to do great things. Good Jobs First man in Wash DC, however, wants govt to decide the issue, not believing in The Power of the People, and I'm only half kidding here. Rather, let them vote -- with their pocketbooks -- on what's good for The Community. Note especially the Forest Park info, where the Wal-Mart on Roosevelt Rd. has contributed to improvements galore by its taxes, which are contributed by The People when they buy things that They Want. Give the lady (and gentleman) what she wants, as Marshall Field used to say.