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To: Nowhere Man

Since I can remember pepsi has been considered the democrat company and leftist. Not sure why, but I have tried to stay pretty clear of their products for years because of that. Does anyone else know why they’ve had this rep from years back?


62 posted on 03/05/2012 7:00:56 PM PST by Bellflower (The LORD is Holy, separated from all sin, perfect, righteous, high and lifted up.)
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To: Bellflower
Since I can remember pepsi has been considered the democrat company and leftist. Not sure why, but I have tried to stay pretty clear of their products for years because of that. Does anyone else know why they’ve had this rep from years back?

Well, I know Pepsi was always associated with youth, I've heard a lot of their commercials even dating from the 1960's. I think it started when they wanted to be seen as been young and innovative in comparison to Coca-Cola.
63 posted on 03/05/2012 7:05:39 PM PST by Nowhere Man (Send Obama back to the ghetto, November 6th.)
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To: Bellflower

Strangely enough, I thought it was Coke that was the lefties’ tipple because I can remember reading that, during the Carter years, Hamilton Jordan used to berate White House staffers who drank Pepsi.

But that may have just been the “Southern thang”.

Pepsi’s association with leftism is probably due to its penetration of the Soviet market during the Khrushchev years. But I don’t really know.

I do know this. No Pepsi will ever again pass my lips.

I will feel nothing but revulsion and disgust every time I see the Pepsi logo.

Never again. EVER!!!


64 posted on 03/05/2012 9:29:22 PM PST by Ronin (Sarah.... We really need you now!)
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