People of Walmart: The Very Angry Edition

There’s a website called, to which readers can send — and get published — candid photos they’ve taken of odd-looking shoppers in various Wal-Marts across the U.S.
Periodically I go on the website to cull pictures for my “People of Walmart” posts on FOTM (scroll down to bottom of this post for our collection). I do them as a way to chronicle how Americans have lost our sense of self-respect and propriety. Too many of us don’t make even a minimum effort at pulling ourselves together before we go out of our homes, but instead parade our slovenly appearances for the world to see.
In today’s “People of Walmart” are pics of Americans who are roiling with a diffuse, universal anger that can barely be contained, but finds expression in obscene messages in their clothing. It is disturbing, to say the least, that there are people walking among us who have so much rage.

Language Warning!

But then we have a president who is himself so angry that he seeks every occasion to surreptitiously give us the finger.
Obama gives America the finger
It is that juvenile behavior — and more — which prompted psychologists like Dr. Gina Loudon to observe that Obama borders on the insane. Beginning at the 2:55 mark in her interview on Fox News’ Lou Dobbs, Dr. Loudon said:

“I am very, very concerned about the mental stability of this President at this point. Some of his behavior seems irrational to me. It seems beyond that of just a typical narcissistic, arrogant, sort of, ‘I’m a leader of a big country and I feel tyrannical at the moment’ kind of attitude. It really seems to me like this President is demonstrating behavior that is not only anti-American, but irrational and erratic and perhaps not exactly what we might want to deem sane.”

More than being “irrational and erratic,” in an essay published nearly a year ago, Dr. Loudon had warned that Obama exhibits attributes of psychopathy — those of audacity, scapegoating or blaming other, self-pity, a mysterious and shady past, socially charming, and lack of remorse.
To Loudon’s list we must add another defining trait of psychopaths — lack of empathy. See “Obama went to bed after being told about Benghazi attack as it was happening.”
For FOTM’s other “People of Walmart” posts, see:


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The way people dress to go shopping is simply disgusting. I would not wear that stuff out in my yard nor in the privacy of my home!! I think most disturbing was the mother with the crossword shirt on that spelled out the F word. She had small children with her and one can only imagine what the home life must be like for those kids. Respect certainly isn’t being taught with clothes like that. Then there’s our loser of a President, Obama, who is clearly off his rockers. You can visually see the societal decay in these pictures. Great… Read more »

Steven Broiles

In the end, we only get the kind of government (or criminal) we deserve. The question now is, Can we survive it? We’ll be lucky if Obama doesn’t get us all killed! But then again, the Bushes are just as wicked, just as evil, just as well-funded! They merely present a milqtoast facade! Thorough investigation of the matter plainly indicates that the political arena attracts criminal psychopaths. Just because they dress in suits and not sweats means nothing. Politics is the arena of criminal psychopathy, and if you’re not one of them, you don’t get to enter the arena! (Unless,… Read more »


No class in clothing using a word that couldn’t be published (or acceptably uttered outside of the armed forces) in my early years! Sho sum cooths, yuze guys, go Elizabethan, “phuque yough”, not di udder stuff.
Bergdahl and Obama, two Muslims, and the Koran commands that one should not attack the other. When that does happen, it is because one side or the other is violating the Koran.
BHO has been given good cause for confidence and disregard for the feelings of others, for he was assured the Presidency from his earlier years.


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