Let me take this opportunity to look into something the media won’t touch. All moonbat hands are unloading every cannon on the deck at Glenn Beck right now. Well, as my dear old dad used to say; “If everyone is aiming at you, you know you’re on to something.”
And what is Glenn on to? If you haven’t watched Glenn this week, go back and start at Monday because he has unlocked an unreported movement in this country that he believes may change all of our lives. Glenn’s genius is that as he falls on the sword he passes forward a series of questions we should all ask, like “Can we survive this debt? If yes, how?” or why do we have a (self-proclaimed) communist Czar running anything?
Are these questions so out of line that they dare not be asked? Let’s look at who is bailing on Glenn Beck.
Progressive Insurance. They don’t call it “Progressive” for nothing. This Peter Lewis run supawn was the engine that gave $8.5 million dollars to the ACLU.
Verizon/AT&T/Sprint. I wonder if one of those reasons is that Glenn pointed out that Obama’s foot soldiers are the unions? And what union does Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint call daddy? The Communication Workers of America. They’ve given out $26.7 million dollars to politicians.
Walmart. Walmart recently “flabbergasted” the National Retail Federation after throwing in for Obama’s employer mandate on healthcare. Walmart also has a PAC, of which 64% goes to Democrats in the latest cycle.
Best Buy. MobileHealthNews.com: “Best Buy appears to be gearing up to re-enter the market in a very big way — this time, though, it looks like its healthcare technology offerings will remain in-house.”
Campbells Soup. Well this one just makes perfect sense, since they have been trying to transition into marketing the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community.
UPS. UPS is Teamster turf.
Ah, Wal-Mart! How far you’ve fallen from the days of Sam Walton. Sad, really.
I’ll be changing my mailbox over from a Mailboxes Etc (owned by UPS) to a Kinkos/Fedex this month. And that nifty Macbook I wanted to buy on sale at Best Buy? I think I’d rather pay the extra $150.00 at the local Mister Notebook instead.
Boycotts do, indeed, work both ways. They work even better if you send them a letter and let them know exactly why you’re not fraternizing their stores, too.