Okay, I don’t know about you, but I am about damn fed up of all this bullying by Media Matters, and even moreso the advertisers who caved to their pressure to pull their advertising from Rush Limbaugh’s show. How do we fight this? We let these advertisers know EXACTLY how we feel about their pussification inflicted by the left-wing media. If I have ever done business with any of these nine corporations, it has already been cut off, or will soon be cut off. I will also make note for time immemorial to NEVER do business with ANY of them, and will tell my friends to do the same.
Scribes, pundits and patriots everywhere… READY YOUR PENS, KEYBOARDS, AND TELEPHONES! Let these wusses know the boycott door swings both ways!
AOL – Advertising
Caroline Campbell: (917) 606-4772
Online Contact form: http://www.proflowers.com/ContactUs.aspx?ref=homenoref
OR email at: email@example.com
Call (800) 251-9080
Sleep Number Beds
Online contact form: http://www.sleepnumber.com/eng/aboutUs/redirect.cfm?sectionID=contact/contact.cfm
“Sales” number: 1-888-411-2188 (this might be the best…)
Sleep Train Mattress Centers
Customer Service Phone: (800) 919-2337
Fax: (866) 293-5719
Toll Free: 800-424-8749
Twitter: (for Citrix PR) https://twitter.com/#!/citrixpr
Or general comments: https://twitter.com/#!/gotomypc
Within the U.S.: 877-665-4466
International callers: +1 617-587-1100
Email: Media Kit & PR Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
Email: Investor relations – email@example.com
Customer Care Specialist: (800)773-0888
Corporate Headquarters: (323) 962-8600
Tax Resolution Services
Phone: (818) 774-1813
Fax: (818) 774-9361
Please share this info with everyone you know who cares about free speech (and the hypocritical left-wing media).
P.S. I find it quite amusing that as of this date and time (11:52 PM ET), “Tax Resolution Services” is still displaying Rush’s image as a testimonial on their site.
These companies are no better than our appeaser-in-chief. Besides, how many OWSers or Media Matters leftards do you think use these companies or services? They either couldn’t afford them, or wouldn’t support their “corporateness” in principle. Good lord! It’s time these tards got a taste of their own medicine.