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06:42 PM on 10/26/2010
Nothing worse here than anything George Soros does.
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ObamaSupporterPete
07:20 PM on 10/26/2010
Soros is my hero. He just donated a lump of cash to the legalization proposition. I also love that he's the favorite boogyman of the right. Home of the free and the brave, eh? Why do the conservatives wet themselves whenever this old Jewish man does something? The difference is that unlike the US Chamber of Commerce, we know where the money is coming from.
08:17 PM on 10/26/2010
So Soros donates to raging anti gay politicians? Who knew?
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Doosmom
06:42 PM on 10/26/2010
Yeah. Right.
SantaFeConservative
Hoping for Change in 2012
06:40 PM on 10/26/2010
What will you do about those giving to the Democratic Party whose leader, President Obama, doesn't believe in gay marriage. Time to boycott everything Democrat and industries run by Democrats.
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07:49 PM on 10/26/2010
He's doesn't advocate the same things conservatives do. Conservatives HATE gays and lesbians.
SantaFeConservative
Hoping for Change in 2012
01:51 PM on 10/27/2010
No we don't. You Liberals/Progressives/whatever you call yourselves this week are so full of it.
08:27 PM on 10/26/2010
Actually he supports gay marriage if it becomes legal. But that is a matter to the states to decide.
06:34 PM on 10/26/2010
So the left complains about undisclosed campaign contributions. Then they attack those who do disclose their contributions. So those donors who claim that they need anonimity to avoid being attacked for exercising their first amendment rights are proven correct by those attacking Gold's Gym. The left can not have it both ways. You cannot demand full disclosure if your real goal is to silence opposing views. Target corporation was also victimized by left wing groups because of political donations. Where is the support for free speach from the left? The left and Obama are increasingly turning to the same tactics as Hugo Chavez. That may be why the independents are abandoning them in droves. MMM,MMM,MMM!
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sakredkow
06:55 PM on 10/26/2010
I personally don't believe corporations should enjoy the same level of free political speech that persons do. I don't feel bad about this, and in fact people on the right have the same prerogative to give feedback to the way corporations interfere with the political process. It's not like the law is discriminatory.
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07:22 PM on 10/26/2010
Too Funny!

Are they so ashamed at what they are doing they need to do it in secret?

Why would anyone support a business where the owner of the business uses the profit they make off of its customers to support political causes that are detrimental to the customers?

Yes your precious corporations are exercising their 1st amendment rights as are the people protesting.

Remember Actions have CONSEQUENCES, exposing them and boycotting them is the CONSEQUENCE of their actions.

It is called voting with your wallet, I do it every day.

I REFUSE to do ANY business in red states.

I REFUSE to do business with known republicans.

I do business with liberals and progressives.

I seek out and buy union made goods.

It is not that difficult to rid your life of the people you cannot stand to be around or or have no desire to support.
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ZiloRS
07:46 PM on 10/26/2010
Good for you. At some point we're really going to have to start ignoring Republicans. They don't know what they actually want anymore. But it is funny that the only time they listen to us is when we say we're going to take our money away from them...
06:33 PM on 10/26/2010
"The effort has almost 5,000 supporters and LGBT activists have vocally spoken out and condemned the company."

WOW, 5000!!!!!!!
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ObamaSupporterPete
07:23 PM on 10/26/2010
In 24 hours. It's not over.
06:32 PM on 10/26/2010
If you are for fiscal sanity then why give money to the party that was in charge of Congress from 1995-2007 and the White House from 2001-09 and laid the groundwork for the recession?
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Bob Kellerman
Let's have more sanity toward each other
07:14 PM on 10/26/2010
THE RICH GOT RICHER

YOU got poorer, he does not care
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Namastae
06:28 PM on 10/26/2010
Uh, I didn't know where the money was going besides "Save The Children"!
This stuff is getting so tired!!!!
06:27 PM on 10/26/2010
So, let me see if I can get this straight (no pun intended). You'll vote for someone who is outright evil to Americans because they're good with money. Meaning: you value money over people? I call BS. I don't buy it for one second.
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SirSlappy
My micro-bio is still empty.
06:26 PM on 10/26/2010
"the resounding issue is fiscal responsibility."

Oh you got some fiscal respnsibility coming your way alright
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elemental775
06:25 PM on 10/26/2010
If this is about "fiscal sanity", then why in the world would you give money to the GOP? Since when have they been fiscally responsible?
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ZiloRS
07:48 PM on 10/26/2010
It's a myth, but hey, whatever. We can be fiscally responsible by choosing to save our money and not give it to businesses that couldn't care less about how they affect their own communities.
06:25 PM on 10/26/2010
'Fiscal sanity'? Well let's see how that works out for you when the boycott really kicks in.
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oceanofconsciousness
Dog's Love We Deliver
06:24 PM on 10/26/2010
Ironic for Rowling also given how many gays go to Gold's Gyms.
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gwinegarden
She's an Arctic Wolf
06:51 PM on 10/26/2010
I was thinking the same thing. Not good for business.
06:23 PM on 10/26/2010
He just spent $2 million in an effort to restore fiscal sanity?
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ZiloRS
07:49 PM on 10/26/2010
Lol it does seem like a contradiction..
06:20 PM on 10/26/2010
Who cares? Until we can all donate $2 mil to the candidates or causes of our choice, it's electoral corruption.
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elemental775
06:20 PM on 10/26/2010
If this is about "fiscal sanity", then why in the world would you give money to the GOP? Since when have they been fiscally responsible? Certainly not in my lifetime.