Monday, August 23, 2010

Boycott Target

Times are tight--ordinary people don't have a lot of disposable income to spend and there are a wide variety of retailers to choose from. That being said, it's really a no brainer to make certain that your day to day purchases don't go to support a company that works against your values.

A boycott of Target will also serve as a warning to other corporate leaders who might be tempted to hijack their companies' treasuries and hand that cash over to right wing politicians. Corporate leaders need to be shown that the American people will not tolerate attempts to tamper with our democracy.

1 comment:

BJ said...

Here's an article with some unique Target and Best Buy Boycott details. The most interesting part, I think is in paragraph 12... Best Buy's published "Code of Business Ethics"... really?