Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerece, a pro-business group issued some strong words against the boycott of Wisconsin businesses that supported governor Scott Walker in his 2010 campaign. Wisconsin businesses apparently don't like losing money any more than public servants do. Guess what, though? If you take away the ability of someone to make money, you take away their ability to spend it, so ... why spend what money you do have at businesses that supported the man who took that money away? James Haney, the president of that pro-business group, must think union members are as dumb as he is. I support continuing the boycott. In fact, here's the next business ...
My old enemy (you can find many posts on that company by clicking on the label below), through the AT&T Wisconsin Employee PAC donated $21,000 to Walker's campaign in 2010 from its headquarters on the 13th floor (how appropriate) of 722 North Broadway in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (If you live nearby, you should stop in and see them.) My hatred of AT&T is well-known. The company is run by idiots and has some of the worst customer service in the business. If you are a union member and the actions of Scott Walker righteously pissed you off, now is the time to drop your service plan and let the company know why. Yes, an employee will try to talk you out of it, but stand firm. Remember, an attack against one is an attack against all.
If you want to read the rest of the boycott list, this is a good website to go to.
Happy business busting!