Thursday, October 21, 2004

Because Blood Is Thinner Than Oil, And Whoppers Are Juicy.

Bush Relatives For Kerry
Quite humorous and worth thinking about. If your own blood doesn't support you, then you know ya gotta play dirty. Also check out the links section.

Also, You don't get my whopper
Basically, Burger King decided to pull its commercials from Sinclair's biased programming stations. I am betting that other companies did the same. According to the article, the documentary has been dropped from being aired and will be replaced, proving that we do have the power to make a difference. So how do you stand up to big companies? Boycott them. They get very scared when they see their stock prices falling.

"Sinclair on Tuesday backed away from airing a documentary critical of Kerry's Vietnam War-era record, but said it would show portions of that film in a special program that discusses allegations he betrayed fellow veterans with his antiwar activities."

"In response to the controversy, Sinclair said on Tuesday it would not air the entire documentary "Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal," which accuses Kerry, a Democratic senator from Massachusetts, of betraying fellow Vietnam veterans by testifying more than 30 years ago against the war and about atrocities he said were committed by U.S. forces."

"Sinclair shares fell nearly 17 percent after the controversy began earlier this month, with investors concerned about a potential advertising boycott or legal threat.

After Sinclair clarified its broadcast plans, the stock rose 12.6 percent on Wednesday to close at $7.05 on the Nasdaq."

So, research and find all the campaign contributors for Bush, and if you have any involvement in their stock, products and whatnot, change that. Stop buying their products, tell your friends to aswell, whatever it takes. Here's the top contributors of 2004.

Morgan Stanley


Merrill Lynch




UBS Americas


Goldman Sachs




Credit Suisse First Boston


Lehman Brothers


Citigroup Inc


Bear Stearns


Ernst & Young


Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu


Wachovia Corp


US Government


Ameriquest Capital


Blank Rome LLP


Bank of America


JP Morgan Chase & Co


Microsoft Corp


Southern Co


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