Our customer base is not necessarily a leader, an early adopter.
In some ways, people forget about average working people, and how they live their lives.
If we take care of the customers and associates and grow the business, Wall Street will be pleased.
I expect that our associates will walk with a little more bounce in their step and understand that this company is behind them and has respect for them.
We want to set a tone going into our fiscal year that starts Feb. 1, that Wal-Mart Stores is going to be aggressive in taking care of customers, taking care of our associates, communications and merchandising.
I think in some ways we have allowed other people to set the agenda. Other people to define who we are.
And what I am trying to say to them that through our ads and through our discussions is if you don't want us in your community, that's your choice, but don't say it's because of wages.