Friday, March 09, 2012

Selective misogynist reasoning: boycott AOL, Carbonate, Citrix, Go To Meeting, Legal Zoom, ProFlowers, Quicken Loans, Sleep Number, Sleep Train And demand lawmakers take a stand

Posted By CotoBogzz

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Name calling is never a good idea when trying to deliver a persuasive argument.  On the other hand, name calling is an excellent rhetorical device when trying to manipulate.

Keep in mind that the mostly left Wing and Hyphenated media is well versed in using weapons of mass disinformation  (WMD) to manipulate the electorate, including the use of the race card  -  remember the All Red- Whitman Debacle? - and why Obama has a good chance at a second term 

Terms like demons, and "those who do not agree with Obama are idiots" as the recent Newsweekly article might say, are examples of rhetorical devices arming the WMD.  Not to mention Bill Maher’s misogynists view of conservative woman.

When selective aesthetic reasoning is like selective misogynist reasoning 

Now, consider that in this  week’s  press conference, the President implied that he provided moral support to Ms. Fluke for her  immoral stance against  freedom of religion, because if his daughters emulate Ms. Fluke, he may be fine, or even proud.

Despite Mr. Rush Limbaugh's apology to Ms. Fluke, despite  Limbaugh's brief apology to Ms Fluke posted on his website, yesterday, Texas congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Illinois Senator Jan Schakowsky were quick to condemn Rush Limbaugh‘s remarks about Sandra Fluke, but when  asked why they have not similarly denounced Bill Maher‘s remarks about Sarah Palin, they refused   to comment.

The President's response was even more appalling, as he claimed  that he cannot get involved in all misogynist activity, taking flak for  his silence on vile misogynist and liberal Obama supporter Bill Maher by a group of conservative women.

We see the world as we are, not as it is

Following the radical Left's selective misogynist views, some advertisers  that  pulled out  their support of the Limbaugh show include:  AOL, Carbonate, Citrix, Go To Meeting, Legal Zoom, ProFlowers, Quicken Loans, Sleep Number and Sleep Train.  But thisSelective misogynist reasoning is already having consequences:  As Carbonite pulled its ads from Rush Limbaugh,  the stock got hammered.  Which is next?

Clearly the Fluke Debacle is not about contraceptives and or a woman's right to choose; it is about freedom of religion.  And while name calling as previously stated is not the answer, if you want to have a fair and balanced debate on the subject, we suggest that you not only boycott  AOL, Carbonate, Citrix, Go To Meeting, Legal Zoom, ProFlowers, Quicken Loans, Sleep Number and Sleep Train, but also demand these companies major shareholders and all women lawmakers to take a stand on misogyny – it either is or it is not!

Why on earth anyone is still using AOL defines logic.

As for Carbonite users, there are many other viable alternatives, such as MemoPal

There are also viable alternatives for Citrix, Go To Meeting and others

As for lawmakers, we suggest you get started with the ones who voted  against the  Blunt amendment - voted  against religious liberty, in the US Senate largely on party lines.

So-called Catholics voting against the amendment were

Mark Begich (D-Alaska)

Maria Cantwell (D-Washington)

Richard Durbin (D-Illinois)

Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York)

Tom Harkin (D-Iowa)

John Kerry (D-Massachusetts)

Mary Landrieu (D-Louisiana)

Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont)

Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri)

Bob Menendez (D-New Jersey)

Barbara Mikulski (D-Maryland)

Patty Murray (D-Washington)

and Jack Reed (D-Rhode Island)..

To get the contact information for the listed organizations, including the major shareholders, simply go to Yahoo! Finance and enter the trading symbol, such as AOL.  If you do not know the trading symbol, you can look it up using the link below.  Finally, to find out who your representative is, simply click on the Vote Smart Project link below.

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