Now let me get this straight. Wal-Mart is paying their employees to go door to door to solicit their cause, or in other words, get people to vote in their favor, correct? They want to come onto someone's private property and solicit their petition. Now, what if I wanted to oppose their cause? Would I be allowed to go out in front of their store and solicit my opposition?
I don't think so, even though I would have a legal right to do so, without anybody's permission. They would tell me I couldn't be out there and if I don't leave I'll be arrested. I would be arrested for trespassing in front of their store, which is private property, public access, yet they want to do the same thing at my house? Am I missing something here? Oh, but it's OK because they're Wal-Mart and Phil Aubrey and they're above the law. They are the law!