redross666
Red Ross
redross666
Jan 12 2017
Save

Comparing a board member personally and on their own supporting a political candidate (even a terrible one) to journalists not being able to make political donations is a case of apples and oranges. Not even remotely comparable and you know it. Read more

Jan 12 2017
1

More power to you. We may not agree right now, but I think we’re certainly on the same side. 100% fuck Trump, racists, sexist, religious nut jobs, neo nazis and neo fascists. Read more

Jan 12 2017
4

My main issue with this is that it weakens real boycotts. It’s one thing if a company has a discriminatory policy in place. That is worth boycotting. It is also much more likely to be successful. There’s a direct line from the problem, the protest and the desired outcome. Read more

Jan 12 2017
Save

Hillary was at Walmart when they were union busting. Although Walmart is basically always union busting in addition to paying poverty wages. Somehow Hillary’s Walmart years are left out of her oh so inspirational bio.

Jan 12 2017
1

Have you looked into where you get your gas from? Medicine? Insurance? Who makes the automobile your drive? Do you ever go to a hardware store that isn’t strictly a mom and pop? Maybe you eat meat, consume dairy? Have you looked into the companies that produce your food? What about the super markets you shop at? Read more

Jan 12 2017
3

There are 10 LL Bean members. A single board member made a contribution to a Pro Trump PAC. I hate Trump, but if that is your standard for boycotting a company, there is a good chance you won’t be able to shop at many supermarkets, you won’t be able to drive any cars, you won’t be able to pump your gas or buy any Read more

Jan 12 2017
10

Your link says an LL Bean board member raised funds for a Trump PAC. What exactly does that mean? I imagine there are quite a few board members. Every single company has terrible employees and board members. Is a single board member the standard for boycotting a company?