Hit Him Where It Hurts

Well, you can hit him there too if you have a good shot, but I’m talking about hitting Trump where it would hurt him the most — in his pocket book.

Are you aware of that wonderful anti-Trump movement called #GRABYOURWALLET that lists all the companies that either sell Trump products or support him or his brand in some way so we of sound minds and spirits can now find in one convenient location which places to boycott so we can discontinue giving him our hard-earned money to make him even more wealthy beyond our limitless imaginations?

Well, now you know.

Quite awesome, no?

I am surprised to see that Papa Johns isn’t on the list seeing how I thought the owner was a Trump supporter. If so, I hope the John of Pizza changes his evil ways because I have pretty much worn out my PJ’s phone app from so many orders.

That would be a tough one to boycott.

Anyway…

grabyourwallet.org

#hithimwhereithurts
#grabyourwallets
#boycotttrump
#boycottnewenglandpatriots
#gofalcons

#noonecandoeverything
#buteveryonecandosomething

 

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18 Replies to “Hit Him Where It Hurts”

  1. Imagine we all would boycott all the companies who supported Trump. In the end, we would punish the workers who would be laid off and not the company. As much as I dislike Trump, I dislike discrimination as well. People have a right to support who they want -if we like or not. This is still a free country.

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    1. Well, provided the companies being boycotted worked in their business and economical interests and not their political interests, then they would certainly stop selling Trump products before their business became so bad that they would have to lay off workers.

      If they don’t, if they are more concerned about their political interests than their business interests, then in my estimation is a sacrifice to be made and I hope those employees impacted by their employers’ political interests are able to find new employment and employers who are focused on business and not on politics.

      If you dislike discrimination, then I would hope you dislike what we’ve been witnessing from the Trump Administration.

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      1. I assume you haven’t read all the comments that I have left on your blog. I always -so far- agreed with everything you said. I too -like many others- write against Trump as often as I can.
        I find the last paragraph in your comment offensive. It shows me that you have never noticed me or my statements.

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        1. I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to offend you; nor did I take offense when you said “As much as I dislike Trump, I dislike discrimination as well,” which some may see within it an implication that, because I am willing to boycott businesses that support Trump or sell his products which may ultimately impact negatively the workers of those businesses that I do like discrimination.

          Peace, my friend. :)

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  2. Reblogged this on Dana Ellington, MAPW and commented:
    For real, money talks. And the better we are at using it to be heard, the sooner OUR real concerns will be dealt with. That’s across the board. Stop spending your hard earned money in places, with people who subtly, or obviously don’t respect your right to exist. We’ll start here and work our way outward, eh? Thank you Kurt at Kurtbrindley.com!

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  3. Reblogged this on Mellow  Curmudgeon and commented:
    Tho worthwhile, fact checking and well-deserved ridicule were not enough to keep Trump out of the White House. I doubt that the current vogue for demonstrations and calls for impeachment will accomplish much either. While Trump does deserve to be impeached and convicted, it will not happen unless the 2018 elections flip Congress. Pence as POTUS would push the same vile agenda anyway, and he might be even more effective by being less abrasive. Hollering for impeachment is a distraction.

    Boycotts might do some real good. I thank Kurt, both for publicizing the boycott link and introducing it so humorously. The sane people will need their sense of humor to stay sane over the long and nasty years ahead.

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