Skip to comments.Al Sharpton, "PoliticsNation" Advertisers Targeted in New Boycott
Posted on 10/08/2013 3:58:54 AM PDT by Biggirl
A group of conservative activists, tired of what they see as a persistent and little remarked liberal bias in the news media, are set to begin a series of boycotts aimed at advertisers who sponsor what they see as left-wing networks, outlets, and journalists.
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Excellent; it is time the people who work for a living had a way to flex some economic muscle (diminishing though it may be).
Do some cracker come and tell you, Well my mother and father blood go back to the Mayflower, you better hold your pocket. That aint nothing to be proud of, that means their forefathers was crooks.
So said the celebrated racist as he peddles the crackers that we crackers should definitely avoid!
"unmask leftists in the media for who they are, destroy their credibility with the American public, and devastate their funding bases."
Personally if they would admit their bias I see nothing wrong.
I remember before TV we had multiple newspapers in town each with its own perspective. Personally I have never expected the media to be nonpartisan.
TV took over as the primary source of "news" and newspapers started disappearing.
The left manage to dominate TV and together with the "Fairness Doctrine" they pretty much denied the entire electronic media to the emerging modern conservative movement.
We got it back in 1987 thanks to Reagan and the courts.
It's our job to ridicule and humiliate the MSM employees until they realize that their little game is over.
Ritz Crackers? Awww geeez... Switching to Triscuits.
Is there an actual list of advertisers out yet?
Do we have that on audio?
> Ritz Crackers? Awww geeez... Switching to Triscuits.
Both of them are manufactured by Nabisco.
You have to look at who the end manufacturer is though lest you end up buying another product from the same company...
Try Club crackers by Keebler; much better product.
I’d like to see a list also, unfortunately it will probably be really long!
Ooops, forgot that detail. Will do. Thanks.
Don’t know. Check it out.
The Leftist Boycott Diet...: )
I figured Ritz Crackers was a term for rich white people.
Colt eats Savoritz crackers from Aldi http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwlvVqonmBk and so do I. They taste better. They cost less. And I don’t have to subsidize abhorrent behavior to buy them.
Aldi also has a better cookie than Oreo. Benton’s taste better, and there’s no homosexual pride version.
found their Facebook page...pass it on:
THANKS! There’s an ALDI on my way to Weis Market on Sunday mornings, so I’ll be stopping there to get some things.
Actually, I’ve never been in the place, but I’m going to stop in now, just to see what they have. I’m a bit confused by all the off-brands, so I don’t know what to look for, to do a comparison shop/buy.
Ha, I remember that...
Oh my Gosh... print this box image and sneak into stores and past them onto the boxes... hehehehe.
Aldi takes a little getting used to. You have to pay a quarter to get a shopping cart (you get the quarter refunded when you put the cart back), and you have to bring your own bags (or buy theirs).
Everything in the store is house brand. Some of it acceptable, some of it really awful. Choose wisely. My wife bought a can of their version of Slim Jims once. I still have nightmares.
The produce seems incredibly cheap, and you won't find anything exotic. If your taste runs toward organic arugula, shop elsewhere.
The meat department is mostly pre-packaged, heavily processed type stuff. I mostly avoid the meat.
Bring your own shopping bags, and a quarter for the buggy. You get your quarter back when you return the buggy.
Most of the products are Aldi’s own brands. There isn’t much variety, but the prices are good and the quality is good.
There is a section, usually in the middle of the store, with durable goods that are only available for about a week, or until the limited supply runs out. They have things like small appliances, toys, various household goods. They get different shipments every week, and when they’re gone they’re gone. Most of those items are repeated periodically. I spent $70 at CVS for a wrist blood pressure monitor. A couple weeks later Aldi had one for way less, I think it was $25. And it had more features. I’ve bought lots of stuff there, and it’s always good. Usually better than name brand.
Aldi is always my first stop when shopping. I can’t get everything I need there, but what I do get is cheaper than anywhere else, and almost always better.
Many thanks for the tips and caveats; I’ll stop by and have a look around when I’m driving by, tomorrow.