More on the Walmart strikes (previously mentioned here and here), and the reaction from the Walmonster, over at The Huffington Post: Exclusive: Inside Walmart's Secret Strike Plan
Walmart launched a large-scale response this week to a series of unprecedented labor strikes, according to a confidential document obtained by The Huffington Post.
... The strikes were the first by Walmart retail employees in the company’s 50-year history.
The memo makes clear that Walmart, the world's largest private employer, views the labor protests as a serious attack, a message that runs contrary to the company's public comments that the strikes are mere "publicity stunts," as Walmart's vice president of communications David Tovar told The Huffington Post Tuesday.
Striking workers are demanding that Walmart end retaliatory practices against employees who attempt to organize by Nov. 23, Black Friday. If not, they will strike again on the biggest shopping day of the year, according to Colby Harris, a Walmart worker from Dallas, who participated in Tuesday’s strike.
It strikes me that a strike on Black Friday would pretty much be the "nuclear option" against a retail store.