Sunday, November 27, 2016

Boycott Trump App

It's difficult to know exactly how one person living in the hinterlands can show his/her displeasure with the orange-headed monster soon to take up residence in the White House.

But there is something we can do with relative ease.  There is now an App for iPhones and Androids that lists all of the businesses that supported Trump's candidacy for prezident.

Go to your phone's app store and enter "Trump Boycott" in the search box. Hopefully, you will find it possible to boycott a number of these businesses and if you do, let them know what you're doing and why.  There's power in numbers and the more people involved, the more effective the boycott will be.


Professor Chaos said...

And more importantly, get out and VOTE in the midterms. If Democrats can take back even one house of Congress, they can prevent right-wing legislation from landing on Trump's desk and maybe block some of his most egregious appointments.

William Kendall said...

A very good idea.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes!! A very good idea indeed!!!

Bob Poris said...

Although I can agree with most of the stated shortfalls re Trump as president he is not the first president to serve during my long lifetime to do dumb things, including sending our young men and women to war, which in some cases were terribly wasteful of American lives and treasure and accomplished little that helped us.

If we had a truly universal draft I might feel better knowing that all our kids would participate and Congress might think deeper as to the needs and the efficacy of our efforts in the use of our military for the good of all.

The way to reduce the power of a bad choice is to vote more carefully and not stress out on single issues or personal choices. We are still waiting to fix the infrastructure which we all know would have created jobs in manufacturing and was needed across the entire USA. Better choices in midterm elections and our local elections would have made a difference years ago.. We would still be able to pursue our individual battles over abortion, church and state, taxes, climate change etc, thru local activity to try to make things better in our lives. Now we will have a one party political system and possibly gridlock and little cooperation between the parties. It is far better to have two parties that cooperate in order to compromise when needed. It worked for hundreds of years. In a democratic system all voters decide and hopefully we all are represented for the greater good.

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