Do you actually know anyone who works in WM? I do, and they're not taking money from the taxpayers. Walmart pays for their school, offers benefits to part-time as well as full-time employees, and hires people that other businesses wouldn't even look at. Before you spout a party line, do a little research: [corporate.walmart.com]
Keeping this on topic, I don't see the clicklist taking over regular shopping. In my area, you can't use coupons except for the store's, and you don't get to pick your own produce. Only a few people are using it; I have noticed fewer mobility carts in the store, so maybe that's it. I can see how that would be a great benefit for people who can't walk around well.