Boycott? Behar? Why Not?

Take a look here and here. Finally, take a look at her original post and hit the ABC link… and send a nasty gram that highlights the double-standard so starkly displayed by that… umm, woman. While the management at ABC is not likely to share the values or see the hypocrisy, they are likely to notice a hit to the bottom line. Make it hurt financially if they don’t support fair play.

Cheers all.

  1. October 29th, 2010 at 14:29 | #1

    Thank you for the plug here!

    The message that I missed and that I heard on Hannity today is that these people (Behar, Gifford, Garafalo and others) is that they are nothing but BULLIES. And bullies must be stopped. Bullying has no place in a civil society. If boycotting this behavior can make a difference than I’ll be sending an email every single day. and if it doesn’t, well, I’ll feel better for having complained every single day! LOL


  2. October 29th, 2010 at 14:45 | #2

    😀 I hope it makes a difference! You’re most welcome for the plug – I’m glad somebody is taking the time to address the double-standard. And of course, to stand up to the bullies! The left has taken to what they like to call “direct action” over and over. It’s about time the right and center-right do the same or we’ll most certainly lose both our voice and our republic!


  3. Boohoo
    October 30th, 2010 at 00:51 | #3

    The Skald says: I don’t normally allow comments so far outside the topic to even show, but here’s one that didn’t have the moral courage to leave either a name or a legitimate email address. If the email address is fake, I figure the person’s got no guts – especially when the writer is either too stupid or too lazy to figure out that not only am I against crony capitalism, and I would guess, so too are many of the “you people” to whom the writer refers. Perhaps the writer is also too lazy to figure out that the demorats are in bed with “big business” to a much greater extent than are the rethuglicans. Since crony capitalism is the marriage of government and business…

    Hey, I’ll do it like my daughters… print it, and at the end of the quote…

    Boohoo says: The only thing you’ll be losing is the runaway train of crony capitalism that has become modern USA. Cronyism equals business equals liberty, aint that the way it goes? You people are very sad indeed. Along comes a once-in-a-generation chance to put the country back on the rails and you’re busy trying to blow up the line. You’ll very much get what you deserve.

    Here is the commenter’s Facebook group: sort of a boycott Glenn Beck gala

    The Skald says: Whatever.

  4. Jeff
    November 1st, 2010 at 05:57 | #4

    I’d boycott them, but I don’t watch the them (or even ABC for that matter).

  5. November 1st, 2010 at 14:01 | #5

    @Jeff Yeah, I don’t watch ’em much either. I do force myself to watch certain CNBC and MSNBC show… you know, in the name of balance and all that. I sometimes wonder if people like boohoo reverse the order of things because they’re ignorant or deliberately obtuse. Our liberty in America (in any free state) makes free enterprise possible.

    I think I’ll send some of those sponsors a few letters.

  1. No trackbacks yet.

%d bloggers like this: