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I'd like the outsiders and so-called preservationists with money who are controlling what goes on with the Walmart-Wilderness situation to stop trying to push their weight around.
They are complaining that putting a Walmart here will ruin the battlefield, cause unnecessary traffic, and whatever excuse they can come up with to stall this piece of development.
Some have even said they want a more upscale store. Not everyone can afford a
Let's face it: Most of these people doing the hollering
After living here for six years and doing the commute, I find it very hard to drive to Spotsylvania or even Culpeper when the weather is cold and I need groceries and the price of gas has gone up.
State Route 3 can be a nightmare. When there is
Walmart will by no means be on the battlefield. If you really want to get technical, Lake of the Woods and the strip malls are all built near battlefield ground, and people don't seem to mind.
This is 2010, not the 1800s! Time marches on,