Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Boycott Lowe's

I recently stopped at the new Lowe's store in Rogers, MN. to pick up some insulation. I was so disgusted by what I saw, that I turned around and walked right out. Lowe's has decided to become a 100% bilingual store. Every sign from the bathrooms to financing was in English AND Spanish!.

The people of Minnesota shouldn't put up with this. We border Canada, not Mexico.

I am tired of having to Press 1 for English, and seeing these signs everywhere you turn is completely annoying. Not only that, but Lowe's is hurting illegal and legal immigrants by eliminating the need to learn English and assimilate.

Please contact Lowe's and let them know how you feel:

Customer Care (CON8)
Lowe's Companies, Inc.
P.O. Box 1111
North Wilkesboro, NC 28656
1-800-445-6937

Pictures from inside Lowe's will be posted on Thursday.

60 Comments:

Anonymous Moeman said...

I don't understand why Lowes is discriminating against the Somali's and the Hmong and all the other legal immigrants to Minnesota.

6:30 AM  
Blogger dare2sayit.com said...

Your right! They are discrimating against LEGAL immigrants but bending over backwards for the ILLEGAL ones.

3:14 PM  
Blogger eric zaetsch said...

Dare2 - I am seriously glad to see you posting regularly.

More people trying to realize the communication potential of the web is encouraging. You do not need to own a printing press to publish views these days, do you?

On this one post I do not feel as strongly as you do, but I feel assimilation is something to be expected over time and generally beneficial all around.

I think in California this question heated up five-six years ago or more. In Hawaii there are native rights activists, and with substantial intermarriage, who is a native anymore?

It's one world but at the UN you do not insist everyone speak in English. But within the borders, non-diplomats, it is different. If you cannot or want not to handle communication in English it is being narrow and inflexible, which is the complaint people hurl at you. Double edged. Double standard.

Second generation, the drive to assimilate and willingness at a young age has proven strong in past immigration, through Ellis Island, in the "old days."

With Spanish, the numbers might be a factor. A critical mass of Spanish speakers counters tendencies to assimilate.

My concern, and it is personal, I only speak English and wish I had a Swiss chance, when young.

I look at printed Arabic, and a sign that says, "Wipe your feet before entering," or such has a beautiful typeset form. Watching someone read a Chinese newspaper is a wonderment to me.

Speech recognition by computer seems as if it should be simple until I hear a native speaker in another language and realize a machine would have to recognize him/her also.

Film, even without the subtitles can give mood and emotion by inflection and facial expression, but I have to study subtitles of a German film to not end up largely lost.

I studied two years of German, but I have no proficiency. A technical paper in French or German, I can kind of follow, but I regret not having true skills.

There is a lot of good recent literature out of Latin America which I can read only in translation, and translating well is a very special skill. Reading the original is unavailable to me.

But your point, it shows in Canada where most areas are unilingual except for packaging; but in Quebec both groups need to be and are being able to cope, bilingually. I think indirectly you are saying that the critical mass of Spanish speakers in the US is too many for your liking, and I certainly cannot say you have no entitlement to think so.

To me, it's not a big thing. I can live with it. But political correctness has many forms and many are of questionable value.

Keep publishing regularly if you stay interested. But remember, when I criticize idiot wahhabiChristians and you cut no slack, you're working the double standard side of the street. And that photo you post, that's not really you, is it? It's some televangelist or beer salesman or such, isn't it? Guy on TV, in the Buick ads? Like I've seen the face before but cannot place it.

4:17 PM  
Blogger dare2sayit.com said...

Eric,

Thanks for the reply.

Canada is pretty much a bilingual country and it isn't a good thing. Quebec has tried several time to succeed from Canada and become their own French speaking nation.

As far as California goes, I felt more at home in Germany and Iceland because more people seemed to speak English there.

In any case, this massive influx of a culture which doesn't want to assimilate, but instead transplant their culture here, is very bad for America.

4:30 PM  
Blogger eric zaetsch said...

dare2-
I agree 100% you can suggest and advocate a boycott. Old Dobson can do the same against Walmart for deciding to do business with gay businesses. I could advocate boycotting Wheaties until they change the box from orange to yellow and put on pictures of famous scientists, mathematicians, martyrs and saints. That's another packaging dislike, as you have over bilingual packaging. You say nothing untrue, you suggest an action, people can do or don't.

And, refusal to do business - what rights are "right?" I want a flooring contractor, some guy hands a bid written in Spanish, I say I do not understand Spanish, he replies in Spanish, I decide to not use him as my contractor in my home. Nobody is at fault. I am uncomfortable not knowing if communication might be a problem in getting the job done to my satisfaction. He is not at fault if he cannot understand English - he has a business disadvantage, but no fault. If he understands English well, and just declines to speak it in pursuing my business - that's not fault, it's choice.

General Motors, in hiring a line worker is a different thing, for many reasons. What between individuals can be choice on a larger scale can be unjustified discrimination. A placque that says "DON'T PUT YOUR HANDS IN THE PRESS WHILE IT IS CLOSING," in English and Spanish is no problem to me, and might save some other worker's hand. Dalton's Books, hiring a worker might need an English speaker for discussing books and ordering, but not for working a cash register making proper change via scanner and numerical screen entry, "$3.65".

Muslim workers wanting prayer breaks and a union unwilling to bargain with management on the question - tricker.

I envy your going to Germany and Iceland, if during the long daytime and not the midnight sun times of year. Iceland is of real interest in genetics studies, not because of it being a narrow semi-isolated gene pool only; but as much because of the record keeping being traceable back generations - with population stability.

3:26 PM  
Anonymous Moeman said...

I think what is at issue here is a major corporation catering to a segment of the populace that is largely illegal aliens, not people that have legally immigrated to this country.You see people from around the world still want to come to America even though the liberals have been telling people for years how terrible of a country it is.We could never sustain the immigration rates if we just opened up and let them all in,however that is what the Mexican government and most liberals want. Why should we let more Mexicans in than other countries that are just as impoverished? Many people that immigrate to this country from elsewhere in the world are put on a waiting list for several years, then they have to prove there is a job waiting for them when they get here.Once they are here they are required to sign up for English lessons, and if they apply for citizenship they are required to take classes on American history.If a person illegally crosses our border they are not required to do any of this.All they have to do is hold up a sign saying will work for less.They pay little or no taxes,they flood our healthcare system with no way to pay for services rendered,they flood our school systems with students who are behind and therefore cause the other students to fall behind while waiting for them to catch up,they flood our criminal justice system with people who either do not know our laws,or do not care about our laws.
And then you have companies like Lowes advertising bold as can be;hey look at us we are friendly to illegal aliens apply for a job here.After all they probably already have the s.s.# on file.

6:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lowes is so much better than the home depot.

Lowes es tanto mejor que el Home Depot.

:)

2:29 PM  
Blogger Lynn S. said...

You can't help but notice all of the signs -- and the English language portion is not predominating. The signage is very confusing, as both languages and phrases are represented with the same text and sign colors.

Amazing that Lowes did this.....I, too, have decided to boycott Lowes after walking into their store today and being smacked with their new signage. Let freedom ring! Let Lowes cater to the Hispanics while We The People take our money elsewhere......

I did ask a cashier if she spoke Spanish. I also asked where the Spanish cashier's line was, after all, if they're going bilingual, where are the Hispanic cashiers who will be available for Option #2?

When leaving, I picked up a pamphlet towards the front and noted that it was not written in Spanish (yet). Then as leaving, I spotted the assistant manager. I asked if I could pay for merchandise with Pesos.

I really do not believe Corporate Lowes has thought this through thoroughly.

What about the hiring policy now? Will Lowes will be hiring Spanish-only employees? I dare say that they would probably not be able to refuse such applicants if they can't speak English.

Here in the USA, the Hispanic population is economically in the low-middle to lower class. We'll see how long Lowes can keep their profitability going (and their shareholders happy) when sales drop and big ticket items are not moving as swiftly as needed. We are gutting our kitchen and Lowes just lost a big sale from us on wood, cabinetry, granite counters, tile flooring, and even the kitchen sink.

9:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am afraid it's too late for our gov to do anything about this shamefull allowing more illegels to come across our borders.If they woud pas a law to sreolixe every mexican who sneaks across our borders, I think tha mifgt help. You know they reproduce unmercifully. The 8.

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I say we annex mexico and make it a profitable state over a 20 year span. America has no official language. English is the most popular but also one of the most difficult to learn. Is it not time to create our own language and call it American? Anyway, there is truly no harm in signs that cater to the population

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I live in Southern California. I do not go in through an "entrada," I go in through entrances, so I don't enter Lowe's stores either and am supporting the boycott.

I believe Lowe's is hurting America because it is encouraging and enabling our current immigrants to stay out of the mainstream. Immigration is good for immigrants and for this country when it is legal and when the immigrants make an effort to become Americans and learn English. is insulting Spanish speakers also.

I believe Lowe's is insulting Spanish speakers. By printing everything in Spanish, including very simple words which are nearly identical to English, they are saying that people who speak Spanish are too stupid to learn English and must be treated differently than every other immigrant group that has ever come to this country.

I can't support a company that feels this way and am boycotting Lowe's as well.

3:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will no longer shop at Lowes after tonight. I was greeted by their stupid signage. Sorry this is America. Speak English or get the fuck out!

10:06 PM  
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8:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your point just show how racist you are. Certainly, and provided by the first amendment you have the right to opinion. However, America is full of inmigrants. Just look into your past, and you will see one. Boycot white supremacy. Que viva la raza!

8:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're an idiot! Instead of celebrating the diversity of our nation (and the number of people who speak Spanish) you are insulting it. All this time you spend boycotting and updating this ridiculous website you could be learning Spanish!

10:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am in the midst of doing a large home remodeling project. When I stopped at Lowe's to pick up a few of the first essential products, I was shocked to see that every item I picked up had large Spanish instructions posted. I found this offensive. I wouldn't mind if the instructions were smaller and in several foreign languages but everything in the store blared out Spanish. I felt like I was shopping in a Spanish country and not Connecticut.

I do speak Spanish and French and can understand the Spanish instructions. However, I feel that this is counter productive and does not help the Spanish population assimilate into our society as our ancestor's did, including my grandparents. My grandparents enhanced their English skills by reading English newspapers and engaging in English conversations in places where they did business. They were proud to be Americans and learned the native langueage.

Since Home Depot appears to be doing the same thing, I will be shredding my credit cards and returning them. As for the cabinets and lumber I need, the local hardware and lumber companies and cabinet makers can provide me with those supplies. It may mean having to shop in a few different places but at least I won't feel like a foreigner in my own country.

7:25 AM  
Blogger Smiggle said...

I have boycotted any product that
has decided to put spanish labeling
on the packaging. A couple of the
items I really liked too, but I
will stand for what I believe in.
Tell me, what makes the south of
the border immigrants think that they
are stupider than my Danish, German
and Irish immigrants? Really now,
if they can learn english, why can't the
sOTB immigrants? Could it be they are
just too stuborn...well so were
the Germans in my family but they
knew what was best for their children.

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The United States of America was founded on the principle that anyone can come and speak whatever language, worship whatever god, and make whatever laws -- as long as the majority agrees with you. America has no official language, but it just so happens that it is predominately English-speaking. Lowes is recognizing that more and more people AROUND THE WORLD, not just in the USA, are speaking Spanish, and are responding with excellent business decisions. They recognized an expanding market and took advantage of it. They have as much right to put up signs in Spanish as you do to protest it. I applaude Lowes for the business flexibility and ingenuity they are showing. Albeit, they do not have Spanish-speaking employees yet, but the effort is encouraging.

Whether legal or illegal, poor or rich, Spanish-speaking immigrants are undeniably coming to the USA in larger and larger numbers. Lowes has no control over what the demographic in their area looks like, so they adapt to it. Stop bashing Lowes for the decision -- they're only a business making smart business decisions. If you want to complain about Spanish-speakers here, bash the US government, or the Mexican government, since they should be taking more action against poverty in their country.

2:15 PM  
Blogger Will said...

Whether legal or illegal, it is an undeniable fact that there are more Spanish-speakers here now than ever before. Their sheer number prevents them from assimilating.

The concept of assimilating is basically that two cultural groups average out, since both can bring things to the other's culture. In small groups of Mexicans and large groups of Americans, this cultural average will lean way more towards the American segment, possibly not even having a noticeable dent in their cultural, while completely obliterating the Mexican culture. With large numbers of Mexicans in America, while that average will still tend to lean towards traditional Americans, our culture would still be significantly changed.

This is the basic idea behind the "melting pot" theory of the USA. The other theory of the USA is that of the salad bowl. But assimilation falls under the melting pot. If in your melting pot you have iron, and then add a tiny bit of aluminum, you still have predominately iron. But if add a lot of aluminum, the aluminum does not become iron. They mix together, merging and becoming indistinguishable. That is the idea behind the assimilation average.

If you want Mexicans to assimilate into our culture, we (and you) will have to do just as much assimilating into their culture. There is no other way, besides passing laws that eliminate the Bill of Rights altogether, preventing free speech, press, thought, and assembly. Thus we lose all that makes America great. This is what you are asking.

2:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with Will. You are being selfish, pigheaded, and narrow-minded. It is a global world now, and we are not the only people in it.

2:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lose your language and you lose tradition, way of life. If I vacation in China, I'm expected to speak/read Chinese. I don't feel as tho' I should IMPOSE my wishes onto those who currently live there.

Regarding the melting pot, all open for it, just don't lose the language!

1:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why don't the immigrants learn to live their life without expectations from the US gov't and their neighbors. Learn to follow the existing rules before trying to change them!

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep, Lowes in Orland Park IL put up the same signs, I will never go to lowes again where ever I am.. At least menards in IL is in english and that is the only place I will go to for anything.

To those who think spanish should be put on our signs you are against our constitution. Making it easy for illegals is a violation of our sovereignty, constitution and federal laws.. If you think any differently denounce your American citizenship and move to mexico, we don't want you here so get the hell out!!! I hear our military is putting pressure on the government to enforce sovereignty and the constitution as well.. It is about time this happens and I will be on the battlefield with them just to kick the government out on their traitorous asses!! God bless the USA and all it's LEGAL citizenry..

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used to do subcontract work for Lowes and was told that while we are working on the job site no one else should be there working and in our way.
When I asked at a Lowes meeting I am constantly surrounded by illegals who are looking for trouble and stealing my tools what should I do the reply was dead silence,like what nerve i have to ask such a question.
Yet they take a thr=ird of what the customer pays to have work done and does nothing to earn it while I am being harassed and robbed blind by people that shouldn't even be here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many hmong people come into Lowe's in Rogers MN? not too many, lots more spanish speaking people come in, dude grow some balls

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just recieved a reply from Lowe's to my letter in which I stated that in all fairness they should put signs in the top 100 languages. They replied that the Spanish signs are there to make their customers feel comfortable. My town is 1.2% Spanish. I asked them to make me feel more comfortable and put up signs in German. They refused

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

the world has bigger problems then having spanish signs in Lowe's and a large precentage of thier customers are immigrants so why wouldnt they try to better accommidate those paying customers just like they do for you...The people you should be complaining about are the ones that steal from the store that raise the prices for all customers thats what really effects you not having spanish word on sighs when thier are clearly english ones right above it for you to read.

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Anonymous Faith said...

Seriously, where are you guys from? Nobody is born racist so think about who you hangout and how you got to be the way you are. Get over yourself please. You're so hateful! And I bet you anything that Lowes isn't the only place that has bilingual signage. Open your mind to new ideas. Or you can get out of America if you hate what's going on so much. Honestly!

11:18 PM  
Anonymous Faith said...

And to the anon guy who had a cow about a vet photo I.d. I bet you're the guy who comes in anywhere and just likes to complain to complain. Yes you do need a photo I.d. to verify! Anyone can say they are someone they aren't.

11:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are the signs in spanish blocking the signs in english? If your answer is no, then your argument is useless. You are being really close-minded. Why SHOULDN'T there be signs in Spanish? You are making an assumption that all Spanish speakers are illegal immigrants which is false. You picked the wrong battle; blog about something that is unjust.

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