Skip to comments.Starbucks CEO Calls for Bold Statement Against Obama, Congress
Posted on 09/03/2011 9:57:04 PM PDT by TheDailyChange
ACTIONS speak louder than words. Let's see if Schultz stands firm or rejects his own rhetoric going forward.
Schultz is just afraid that Dem politicians are going to be hit hard by lack of donations; he doesn’t want to see Repubs rake in more so he’s pretending to be “above politics” by calling for a boycott on all.
It’s empty rhetoric anyway. Partisanship is not the issue. It’s a disagreement in basic worldviews at issue. Schultz doesn’t even think of addressing it.
Indeed they do. From the linked website.
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This is so bogus. Those calling for “compromise” just want us to cave on our core principles.
Compromise equals more of the same. We need to stand for something, not trade everything away.
You suck. So does your over-priced undrinkable crap coffee.
the guy is being sponsored by the “no labels” movement. The group of Liberals/and so called RINO’s
There is no article and no comments at the link — just a picture of the guy. Gives new meaning to the term “empty rhetoric”.
Starbucks is the most BITTER CRAPPY coffee I have ever tasted. WHY do people flock to it??
I can’t tell from the link, but did the ditz from The Blaze actually fall for Schultz’s schtick?
The truth is that there are good ideologies and bad ideologies and being an advocate of good ideologies is not a bad thing. De facto, making compromises that force the institution of bad ideologies onto people is NOT a virtue.
Some people take the Kindergarten teacher approach in everything. “It doesn't matter who's right or wrong, we just need to get along.” Unfortunately, it matters a great deal who is right and who is wrong. The apathetic and stupid take on the mantra of Independent and Moderate, in order to make themselves feel good.
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