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Let's stipulate: Activists on the left are free to exercise their rights of speech and assembly to boycott businesses whose politics they oppose. Conversely, activists on the right are free to exercise the power of their pocketbooks and refrain from supporting businesses that shun their values.

 

 

So, what are you waiting for, conservatives? There are coordinated shakedowns taking place right now that involve some of America's most prominent companies who've chosen to surrender to progressive bullying and race-card opportunism. Silence is complicity.

 

On Tuesday, McDonald's told liberal magazine Mother Jones that the company had "decided to cut ties with ALEC, the corporate-backed group that drafts pro-free-market legislation for state lawmakers around the country." The fast-food conglomerate follows in the feckless footsteps of Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Intuit (maker of Quick and Quicken Books software) and Kraft Foods — which have all withdrawn support for ALEC after drum-banging from Color of Change.

 

 

That's the minority community activist outfit founded by former Obama green jobs czar and radical Occupy Wall Street supporter Van Jones. Since leaving the White House, Jones has been occupied with railing against capitalism while cashing in on book sales from corporate media appearances.

 

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dont-do-business-progressive-appeasersCNSnews:

 

Let's stipulate: Activists on the left are free to exercise their rights of speech and assembly to boycott businesses whose politics they oppose. Conversely, activists on the right are free to exercise the power of their pocketbooks and refrain from supporting businesses that shun their values.

 

 

So, what are you waiting for, conservatives? There are coordinated shakedowns taking place right now that involve some of America's most prominent companies who've chosen to surrender to progressive bullying and race-card opportunism. Silence is complicity.

 

McDonald's Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Intuit and Kraft Foods

 

So....OK....we have "short list" of liberal companies to "boycot"....oh yeah, and Van Jones too!

 

Now....where is the complete list?? And given American's "love affair" with cola and "mac and cheese", does anyone here really think that a "boycot" will work against the likes of Coke, Pepsi, and Kraft Foods??? Not to mention McDonald's???

 

Come on...we have to be real! Let's see the complete list of lib/prog companies and federal government supported concerns, pick one or two realistic targets, and go after them.

 

And....may I suggest NPR as the prime and first candidate?? The one the rinos had the opportunity to get rid of....but failed? However, there must be more. Let's find 'em...focus on reality....and then attack. Let's fight the battles we know we can win.

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dont-do-business-progressive-appeasersCNSnews:

 

Let's stipulate: Activists on the left are free to exercise their rights of speech and assembly to boycott businesses whose politics they oppose. Conversely, activists on the right are free to exercise the power of their pocketbooks and refrain from supporting businesses that shun their values.

 

 

So, what are you waiting for, conservatives? There are coordinated shakedowns taking place right now that involve some of America's most prominent companies who've chosen to surrender to progressive bullying and race-card opportunism. Silence is complicity.

 

McDonald's Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Intuit and Kraft Foods

 

So....OK....we have "short list" of liberal companies to "boycot"....oh yeah, and Van Jones too!

 

Now....where is the complete list?? And given American's "love affair" with cola and "mac and cheese", does anyone here really think that a "boycot" will work against the likes of Coke, Pepsi, and Kraft Foods??? Not to mention McDonald's???

 

Come on...we have to be real! Let's see the complete list of lib/prog companies and federal government supported concerns, pick one or two realistic targets, and go after them.

 

And....may I suggest NPR as the prime and first candidate?? The one the rinos had the opportunity to get rid of....but failed? However, there must be more. Let's find 'em...focus on reality....and then attack. Let's fight the battles we know we can win.

 

Progressive Insurance.

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dont-do-business-progressive-appeasersCNSnews:

 

Let's stipulate: Activists on the left are free to exercise their rights of speech and assembly to boycott businesses whose politics they oppose. Conversely, activists on the right are free to exercise the power of their pocketbooks and refrain from supporting businesses that shun their values.

 

 

So, what are you waiting for, conservatives? There are coordinated shakedowns taking place right now that involve some of America's most prominent companies who've chosen to surrender to progressive bullying and race-card opportunism. Silence is complicity.

 

McDonald's Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Intuit and Kraft Foods

 

So....OK....we have "short list" of liberal companies to "boycot"....oh yeah, and Van Jones too!

 

Now....where is the complete list?? And given American's "love affair" with cola and "mac and cheese", does anyone here really think that a "boycot" will work against the likes of Coke, Pepsi, and Kraft Foods??? Not to mention McDonald's???

 

Come on...we have to be real! Let's see the complete list of lib/prog companies and federal government supported concerns, pick one or two realistic targets, and go after them.

 

And....may I suggest NPR as the prime and first candidate?? The one the rinos had the opportunity to get rid of....but failed? However, there must be more. Let's find 'em...focus on reality....and then attack. Let's fight the battles we know we can win.

 

Progressive Insurance.

 

No problem....would not use them for two very important reasons: 1) lib/prog organization, and 2) wasting $$$ on idiotic, vapid, stupid, commercials.

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