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Southern Spectator Weekly ^ | 04/15/04 | L. Sherman Roberts

Posted on 04/15/2004 9:00:42 AM PDT by tamcraft

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To: tamcraft
Ter-ez-sa refuses to allow her tax information to be released.
'Ol botox John, after all those attacks on his political opponents for not releasing their families tax records, is silent on the matter.
He still won't release his so called "hero" records, either.

My guess is there's sooooo much the American people need to know about these two shysters.

Yep. Boycott Heinz. Why not? It's for a good cause.

51 posted on 04/15/2004 7:18:23 PM PDT by concerned about politics ( Liberals are still stuck at the bottom of Maslow's Hierarchy)
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To: SpyGuy
For, example, I'll never go watch a Sean Penn, Martin Sheen, Susan Sarandon, Alec Baldwin, Barbara Streisand, Michael Moore, etc., movie, even though some of the gaffers and prop hands working on those movies may not be Leftist ideologues.

I can't watch their movies, either. All I can think of when I see them is "We in Hollywood hate everything, especially America."

52 posted on 04/15/2004 7:28:07 PM PDT by concerned about politics ( Liberals are still stuck at the bottom of Maslow's Hierarchy)
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To: tamcraft
Aw cripes. Hunts sucks. And besides, it's this "catsup" crap which sounds homo and/or communist to me. Damn it. Guess I'll have to go with Wegman's or Safeway or something.
53 posted on 04/15/2004 7:29:14 PM PDT by Dr.Deth
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To: deport
OMG, no more Jack Daniel's Grilling sauce!!!! I love that stuff, but I won't buy it anymore, no siree!
54 posted on 04/15/2004 7:36:38 PM PDT by ladyinred (Kerry has more flip flops than Waikiki Beach)
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To: Nick Danger
From article posted in 1...
    noting that Teresa Heinz... and her family only own 4% of Heinz stock. Poor things - only 4% of outstanding Heinz stock is approximately 14,084,000 shares - with an estimated total value of over $510,000,000.
...just an fyi, Nick.

Regards,

55 posted on 04/15/2004 11:36:32 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: Grut; SoothingDave
"What happens when you find out Barbra Streisand owns, say, Ford stock?"

Is barbra or her husband running for President?

56 posted on 04/15/2004 11:42:34 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: stuartcr
"I think these kinds of boycotts are foolish, as they in no way will really do much harm to Kerry."

How long does it take to not buy Heinz products?

57 posted on 04/15/2004 11:45:56 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: SoothingDave
"Perfect. I know the Heinz company gave a donation to Bush Cheny."

How unusual! An American corporation contributing to both major parties in an election.

58 posted on 04/15/2004 11:48:29 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: TopQuark
"This is nothing but a mob action."

The free exercise of consumer choice in the marketplace is a mob action? Unfair? Spitting at basic American values?

Are you saying the American consumer owes his dollar to Heinz and is responsible for ensuring the prosperity of any particular company's investors and employees? If so, that's news to me also.

59 posted on 04/15/2004 11:53:17 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: SoothingDave
"Who owns Hunt's and Del Monte and what do they do with their money?"

Are any of those owners running for President?

60 posted on 04/15/2004 11:54:06 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: Indie
"That's life. A few casualties along the way."

Sounds like stuartcr & Co. believe every American is entitled to guaranteed job security and every investor is entitled to guaranteed return. Sounds kinda utopian to me.

61 posted on 04/15/2004 11:57:40 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: pepperhead
"You can't get a refund on partly used ketchup."

Oh, yes you can. All the major supermarkets in my area will give any dissatisfied customer a complete refund on any portion returned. No questions asked.

62 posted on 04/16/2004 12:00:33 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: Grut
I already boycott Ford, because they donate to Planned Parenthood.

I've always purchased an American car, but next time it will be from Japan. The parts in American cars from from other countries, anyway. Right?
63 posted on 04/16/2004 1:13:25 AM PDT by Sun
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To: TopQuark
Boycotting Heinz when most of their factories are in other countries is a safe way to go. Other countries might not have the same kind of standards that we do in the U.S.A., and you could get sick.

Heinz has 57 factories in other countries. Is that what Heinz 57 stands for? :)
64 posted on 04/16/2004 1:22:24 AM PDT by Sun
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To: Bonaparte
I don't know, as I rarely go grocery shopping....but I will check the next time I do.
65 posted on 04/16/2004 5:34:37 AM PDT by stuartcr
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To: Indie
I don't punish the employees of Planned Parenthood.
66 posted on 04/16/2004 5:36:02 AM PDT by stuartcr
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To: Bonaparte
Thanks, I've never had a company before.
67 posted on 04/16/2004 5:39:47 AM PDT by stuartcr
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To: Bonaparte
"Who owns Hunt's and Del Monte and what do they do with their money?"

Are any of those owners running for President?

You simply don't know. Teresa Heinz Kerry is not "the owner" of the Heinz corporation. She and her children and the family foundations own together 4% of the stock.

And they do not have any involvement with the operations of the company.

So unless you are prepared to investigate and boycott any product that is owned 4% or more by a liberal you don't like, then you are simply acting irrationally.

Maybe the Bush family owns Heinz stock? Maybe Kerry owns Delmonte stock? Who knows?

SD

68 posted on 04/16/2004 6:09:46 AM PDT by SoothingDave
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To: Bonaparte
The free exercise of consumer choice in the marketplace is a mob action? Of course not.

I am sure you see the difference between free choice and enticing a group of people to take a coordinated action against someone --- for the sole reason of... not liking that person's name. In this case "person" is a company.

Are you saying the American consumer owes his dollar to Heinz No.

69 posted on 04/16/2004 8:14:40 AM PDT by TopQuark
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To: Sun
Boycotting Heinz when most of their factories are in other countries is a safe way to go. Other countries might not have the same kind of standards that we do in the U.S.A., and you could get sick.

You are being both dishonest and silly: you want all American companies not to operate abroad --- probably because you fell for that socialist propaganda against outsourcing; and you are using "standards" as an excuse.

Both points are actually incorrect: you have no right to tell other Americans where to invest their money, and the standards are maintained at Heinz are American, regardless of where their plants are located. Perhaps, you should become more familiar with the subject matter before you defame honest, hardworking people. It's not nice. It's not a conservative thing to do --- that is one of the Commandments, actually.

70 posted on 04/16/2004 8:19:29 AM PDT by TopQuark
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To: tamcraft

NO HEINZ


71 posted on 04/16/2004 8:23:37 AM PDT by Lady Jag (I dreamed I surfed all day in my monthly donor wonder bra (https://secure.freerepublic.com/donate))
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To: TopQuark; Sun
the standards are maintained at Heinz are American, regardless of where their plants are located. Perhaps, you should become more familiar with the subject matter before you defame honest, hardworking people. It's not nice. It's not a conservative thing to do --- that is one of the Commandments, actually.

Not to mention that the entire "outsourcing" charge is ridiculous. American ketchup is made in America. Would those opposed to outsourcing rather that Heinz made every product for the entire world here in America?

Is it even feasible to ship foodstuffs all over the world economically? Given the choice of having American-owned ketchup plants in Europe or having no market share due to higher prices due to shipping costs, any reasonable person would build plants where the markets are.

SD

72 posted on 04/16/2004 9:08:26 AM PDT by SoothingDave
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To: TopQuark
"I am sure you see the difference between free choice and enticing a group of people to take a coordinated action against someone..."
    Are the individuals in that group of "enticed" people being forced to do anything against their will? Is not each of those people making a choice for himself? When, for example, somebody actively encourages others to write their legislators in support of a bill, are all those who do so just a bunch of zombies, each surrendering his individual will to another? We're not discussing impressionable young children here.
...for the sole reason of... not liking that person's name. In this case "person" is a company.
    Not liking the name? "Heinz" is a perfectly good name. What inspires my free and considered choice to not buy Heinz company products is that: 1) a pack of commies seeking control of the Presidency makes half a billion dollars per year off the company's success, and 2) the company involves itself with the Tides Foundation (and, no, I don't care that Heinz characterizes that involvement as innocuous.)

All this has already been made clear from previous posts, so why the straw man?

73 posted on 04/16/2004 1:05:29 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: Bonaparte
the company involves itself with the Tides Foundation

The company does not such thing. The Heinz family foundations do. As many FReepers fail to understand, there is a difference between the two. You do truth and yourself a disservice when you confuse the two.

SD

74 posted on 04/16/2004 1:13:10 PM PDT by SoothingDave
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To: SoothingDave
You finally got one right, SD. And I thank you for the correction. That leaves one compelling reason, at least for me, to not buy Heinz products. If you can show me that the Heinz family does not make substantial profit from its shares in the Heinz company, I'll drop my "boycott."

Good luck. And, by the way, I couldn't care less if Bush or anybody else owns stock in Heinz.

75 posted on 04/16/2004 1:25:33 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: Bonaparte
If you can show me that the Heinz family does not make substantial profit from its shares in the Heinz company, I'll drop my "boycott."

I can only argue that your action is irrational. Cause you haven't investigated the options.

And, by the way, I couldn't care less if Bush or anybody else owns stock in Heinz.

Exactly. You like this boycott cause it feels good. It's inconsistent.

I can tell you this: don't reach for the Del Monte ketchup. Heinz and Del Monte swapped divisions around a year or two ago. Heinz shareholders also got interests in Del Monte and vice versa.

I wonder what else Teresa Heinz or some famous liberal might own. You might go hungry.

SD

76 posted on 04/16/2004 2:03:59 PM PDT by SoothingDave
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To: Bonaparte
All this has already been made clear from previous posts,

Every word you say indicates that things are very far from clear to you:

TQ: "I am sure you see the difference between free choice and enticing a group of people to take a coordinated action against someone..."

Napoleon: Are the individuals in that group of "enticed" people being forced to do anything against their will?

This assumes that anything that is not forced is moral. You should be ashamed of yourself. If you urge rape of a woman, just because you don't hold a gun to a rapist's head does not make YOUR action moral.

When, for example, somebody actively encourages others to write their legislators in support of a bill,

There is no comparison here. In a democracy, that is what we are supposed to do: advocate our own preferences and let the majority win.

This is different from taking a mob action against people that invest their money just because SOMEONE else is doing what you do not support. There are MILLIONS of people that have invested in Heinz. Teresa Heinz is just one of them. She owns a very minor stake and the COMPANY has nothing to do with her or Kerry. As I said earlier, guilt by association is a patently unAmerican value, and yet this is what you promulgate.

If what you urge is successul, millions of people that have nothing to do with Kerry or your ideas will suffer.

Further, you do not understand how foundations are managed. Whatever foundation you have grievances with has now nothing to do with the Heinz as a company: it is managed entirely separately.

A couple of centuries ago, workers that did not understand the changes brought about by the industrial revolution destroyed the machines, thinking that they were the root of evil. You are doing the same thingh, lacking knowlge of things you fight against. Learn about them first, and then see whether your anger is targeted appropriately.

As of right now, the actions you propose will NOT affect Kerry or Heinz a single bit and WILL affect negatively millions of people that have NOTHING to do with the issue.

That is simply wrong.

I have nothing more to add.

77 posted on 04/16/2004 4:31:53 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: SoothingDave
You do truth and yourself a disservice when you confuse the two.

And to millions of other people.

That is indeed soothing that you pointed that out; thank you.

78 posted on 04/16/2004 4:33:44 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: Paulie
Are you always so eager to take mob action?
79 posted on 04/16/2004 4:36:02 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: Paved Paradise
Will never buy their products again now that I know where she is putting her discretionary giving.

And what does have to do with the company named Heinz?

80 posted on 04/16/2004 4:36:48 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: SoothingDave
Dear Dave,
OK, you tell me. What products do those 57 overseas factories produce for Heinz?

I have been boycotting Heinz long before Senator John Kerry decided to run for president. Why? Because Heinz contributes money to pro-abortions groups. And, Dave, abortion is REALLY not nice.
81 posted on 04/16/2004 7:02:28 PM PDT by Sun
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To: stuartcr
It seems also clear that many employees benefit from the success of Heinz also....why punish them?

4 posted on 04/15/2004 12:06:32 PM EDT by stuartcr


because 57 of the heinz companies are located off shores, thus, benidict arnold companies, as mr. kerry talks about. He accuses President Bush of sending jobs off shore, when his wife does more than Mr. Bush does????
82 posted on 04/16/2004 11:29:33 PM PDT by Ethyl
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To: TopQuark
    Let me see if I understand what you're saying here, TQ...

    If a suggestion is floated to others that boycott of a business and its products might be a good idea, and others agree, that's immoral? You would equate a consumer choice like that with a crime like rape?

"If what you urge is successul, millions of people that have nothing to do with Kerry or your ideas will suffer."
    Happens all the time. Lazy shareholders who pay no attention to anything but the bottom line, fail to notice little things like unfavorable publicity. Back when another company thought it was a good idea to have a gun-grabber like Rosie O'Donnell as a spokesperson, we boycotted them, too. As their profits suffered, they got rid of Rosie. Were there investors and employees who got hurt by that? Most likely there were. But that's how the market works. No business, investor or employee is guaranteed a smooth, uneventful ride. Is that "unfair"? Of course it is. Just like life.

    Consider the Boston Tea Party, TQ. Now that was illegal. But the colonists' boycott of British goods like tea was not illegal, and from the American point of view, it was the only way to fight those oppressive taxes. In the process, the East India Company, along with its investors and employees were hurt. In three short years, profits from lost sales in the colonies fell ~75%. John Adams, who encouraged the boycott, thought this was a terrific development -- in spite of the fact that the East India Company did not enact those taxes. Parliament did. Do you consider Adams "immoral" too?

"Whatever foundation you have grievances with has now nothing to do with the Heinz as a company: it is managed entirely separately.
    Fair enough. The various foundations Teresa Heinz is involved with are not managed by the Heinz Company and are separate entities. No question.

    But let's take a closer look at what the Heinz Company supports and promotes.

    At the official HJ Heinz website, the company devotes a page to the HJ Heinz Company Foundation. While clearly stating that the foundation is a separate entity from the Heinz company, Heinz nonetheless promotes it, links to it and encourages its readers to apply to it for grants. Just one of the dubious "causes" supported by the foundation is abortion:

      "...We endorse the health care and educational activities of Planned Parenthood, which we believe are supportive in strengthening the loving relationship of parents and their children."

      S. Donald Wiley, Trustee
      H.J. Heinz Company Foundation

    There are more than a few people at this forum who would boycott Heinz for that alone. Add in all the other leftist causes bankrolled by this foundation that the HJ Heinz Company actively supports and promotes, and it's almost required that any conscientious conservative boycott Heinz.

    But the only reason I need is that Teresa Heinz & Crew pull in a cool half billion dollars a year from Heinz profits.

    You may now return to smearing those of us who have a different viewpoint than yours, as an un-American mob, morally equivalent to rapists.


83 posted on 04/17/2004 1:18:12 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: Sun
see post 83, Sun.

Through various foundations, the Heinz Company contributes to many causes that conservatives abhor.

84 posted on 04/17/2004 1:19:43 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: cake_crumb
John F-ing Kerry is the one running around the country, blaming President Bush for offshoring of jobs and calling owners of companies that move jobs overseas, while his most Heinz plants ARE overseas.

They aren't his plants really. And they mostly make products for sale in the countries in which they reside.

85 posted on 04/17/2004 1:51:31 AM PDT by MattAMiller
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To: Bonaparte
After reading your post Bonaparte, it just might be immoral to NOT boycott Heinz.

A boycott is not going to ruin Heinz, anyway. But it would be nice if they lost just enough money to bring them to their senses and encourage them to stop backing immorality, especially abortion.
86 posted on 04/17/2004 7:24:04 PM PDT by Sun
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To: tamcraft
The boycott should be against TU RAY ZA Heinz Kerry. The company is a vicitim of circumstances but the elderly bride of John Effing Kerry has control of foundations that spread the left wing liberal mantra worldwide.
87 posted on 04/18/2004 7:53:54 AM PDT by hgro
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88 posted on 04/19/2004 1:21:04 AM PDT by Prime Choice (Leftists claim Bush is a terrorist. So why aren't they trying to appease him?)
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To: SoothingDave; Bonaparte
..and what if that liberal owns stock mutual funds..there can be over a hundred companies in one fund! Forget job loss..I might even own Heinz in one of my funds. (you might read my earlier post for facts released to the media by the company)or the report itself:

http://www.heinz.org/K.asp?loc=K,K2025&whr=c
89 posted on 04/19/2004 6:37:17 AM PDT by fight_truth_decay
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To: SoothingDave; Bonaparte
..and what if that liberal owns stock mutual funds..there can be over a hundred companies in one fund! Forget job loss..I might even own Heinz in one of my funds. (you might read my earlier post for facts released to the media by the company)or the report itself:

http://www.heinz.org/K.asp?loc=K,K2025&whr=c
90 posted on 04/19/2004 6:37:27 AM PDT by fight_truth_decay
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To: tamcraft
The first couple squirts of my Heinz catsup was always waterish. I buy Hunts now and don't experience this phenomena. I find Hunts has a more lively flavor, also.

It's going to be hard for me to live without my Heinz 57 Steak Sauce this grilling season, though.

Leni

91 posted on 04/19/2004 6:46:29 AM PDT by MinuteGal (Paradise is not lost! You'll find it May 22 aboard "FReeps Ahoy 3". Register now for the cruise!)
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To: fight_truth_decay
"..and what if that liberal owns stock mutual funds...?"
_____________________________________________________________

"Oh, my darling little portfolio, crushed and trampled by an unfeeling world! Oh, the unfairness of it all! Behold, I am slain!"

92 posted on 04/20/2004 2:39:27 PM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: Bonaparte

Remember to tell Heinz WHY you are boycotting them.....visit this link below, then choose CONTACT US in the search box.....

http://www.heinz.com/jsp/index.jsp


93 posted on 06/01/2004 7:44:10 AM PDT by Gopher Broke (Abortion: Big people killing little people)
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To: Rezod21
"I never realized that Hunts is just as good if not better!!"

AND, if Hunt's and Del Monte had any sense, they'd mount a huge advertising campaign right now, as Heinz is vulnerable as it's going to get.

Actually, I've been trying the "store" brand ketchups in both Kroger and Ingles and they are not bad at all...and some even come in those "easy pour" bottles.
94 posted on 06/01/2004 8:25:33 AM PDT by FrankR
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To: j_tull
"Too bad Lea&Perrins or Tobasco don't sell ketchup."

L&P is french owned. Just an fyi.

95 posted on 06/01/2004 10:31:19 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: SoothingDave
"...Are they going to investigate every single product they buy...?"

These boycotts are targeted, not scatter-gun. In case you didn't notice.

And your claim that people are "kneejerking" due to the name only is disingenuous. It's already been posted (on this and earlier threads) that the company lends its support to lots of radical causes and groups, not the least of which is planned parenthood. That alone, for some of us, is reason enough to eschew their products. It's called consumer choice, SD. Nobody told the Heinz company that it had to pick sides.

96 posted on 06/01/2004 10:42:03 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: SoothingDave
Paved Paradise: "I bought a big bottle of Hunt's last night. Don't believe in boycotts but I won't buy Heinz anymore!"

Soothing Dave: "You do realize you're contradicting yourself, don't you?"
___________________________________________________________________

I don't see the "contradiction." People decide not to buy a product for all sorts of reasons, not just to "boycott." Has it occured to you that the bottle he bought didn't taste good to him? Or that he didn't like the price? You could have just asked him why but instead you assumed. How logical is that?

97 posted on 06/01/2004 11:02:56 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: SoothingDave
"I know the Heinz company gave a donation to Bush Cheny. Do you know the Hunts did?"

Again, IT'S A TARGETED BOYCOTT, not a comprehensive boycott. You don't seem to be absorbing that fact.

And, BTW, almost all corporations contribute to both presidential candidates in these elections. It's called covering your backside. Nobody's looking for a corporate candidate for political sainthood here.

98 posted on 06/01/2004 11:06:58 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: TopQuark
"trying to punish someone with 4% holdings while punishing 96% of the remaining owners"

Every time you buy product X and pass up product Y, you're "punishing" the employees and shareholders of company Y. How unfair! How unjust! How heartless! Don't you realize the "Y people" have a right to your dollar? </ sarcasm >

99 posted on 06/01/2004 11:11:13 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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To: TopQuark
"So you like to be a part of mob action? Nice. Really conservative."

From Merriam-Webster's dictionary...

    Main Entry: 1mob
    Pronunciation: 'mäb
    Function: noun
    Etymology: Latin mobile vulgus vacillating crowd
    1 : a large or disorderly crowd; especially : one bent on riotous or destructive action
    2 : the lower classes of a community : MASSES, RABBLE
    3 chiefly Australian : a flock, drove, or herd of animals
    4 : a criminal set : GANG; especially often capitalized : MAFIA 1
    5 chiefly British : a group of people : CROWD
    synonym see CROWD
    - mob·bish /'mä-bish/ adjective
If you have to engage in hyperbole by likening consumers voting with their dollar to rioters and criminals, you've lost the argument.
100 posted on 06/01/2004 11:22:18 AM PDT by Bonaparte
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