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Not Another Dime

Ken1952 Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 8:54 AM
Very simply, ordinary people, including most conservatives, do business with those whose product and service they like; they don't want politics to interfere with that. If they want a McDonald's hamburger, they will get a McDonald's hamburger; if they want a Coca-Cola, they will get one. It is the dedicated ideologues who get involved in boycotts. Outside the South, you can't get enough sufficiently political conservatives to boycott anything to have any effect.

I’ve sat by and watched progressives attack our liberties, our Constitution and our way of life for long enough. No more.

For too long, conservatives have been content to sit on what we call the high ground while the Left racks up small victory after small victory until all we have left is the high ground under our butts. Enough.

They go after Rush Limbaugh, and conservatives say, “This is an outrage,” but do nothing. The most extreme, racist left-wing groups contact advertisers and sponsors and pressure them to abandon shows and networks that made them. And too...