Skip to comments.Good and bad news about Starbucks gun story
Posted on 02/08/2010 3:34:01 AM PST by marktwain
We noted the other day that Starbucks Coffee has resisted Brady Campaign pressure to ban lawful carry of firearms.
Like the saying goes, I have some good news and some bad news.
The Danny Tarkanian for United States Senate campaign has issued the following press release:
TARKANIAN APPLAUDS STARBUCKS GUN DECISION - ORDERS PERSONALIZED STARBUCKS CARDS FOR CAMPAIGN
CARD TEXT: "DEFEND GUN FREEDOMS" TARK2010.ORG
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 6, 2010 Contact; email@example.com
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian applauded Starbucks' decision to stand up for gun owner's Constitutional rights and announced his campaign has ordered personalized Starbucks cards with the text "DEFEND GUN FREEDOMS" and his website, "TARK2010.ORG.
"At a time when the country seems to moving farther and farther away from the Constitution, I am glad to see a company that still respects the law and our country's traditions," said Tarkanian.
Not so fast...
...says Cheyenne Gun Rights Examiner Anthony Bouchard. There's a Starbucks in Casper, WY that hasn't got the corporate message.
Or have they?
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
I will ban their products from my life and never shop at barnes and nobles again. They had better decide carefully.
If only Mary Mahoney had a gun...
“They had better decide carefully.”
My sentiments, exactly.
I like their coffee and have supported them for years—as they are a capitalist success story.
If they move against the gun, I’m done.
Hee hee hee!
Starbucks has supplied all the coffee for the troops distributed through the USO for years.