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    Anyone thinks it would be smart strategy to turn the tables on Obama crowd-Glenn Beck ad boycott drama by requesting advertizers on Hannity show to stop sponsoring that neocon propaganda program?

    Would this help or could have any negative effects as far as message of liberty goes?

    Second, where does one find list of all advertizers of a TV show?
    Last edited by Liberty Star; 09-02-2009 at 08:55 AM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Liberty Star View Post
    Would this help or would have any negative effects as far as message of liberty goes?
    Those who support such boycotts are just showing others they disregard the 1st amendment.

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    Wait, isn't freedom to boycott part of free choice in a free society?

    I think you're very mistaken in your undersatnding of the Constitutional rights and freedoms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.3D View Post
    Those who support such boycotts are just showing others they disregard the 1st amendment.
    I'll fight to the death to defend your right to say it, but I'll not spend my money with those who help you broadcast and propagandize it. What's so unethical about that position?
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    libertarians don't have enough numbers to do something like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Epic View Post
    libertarians don't have enough numbers to do something like that
    Numbers are still growing but you'd be surprised how many people I run into these days who are suddenly professingto be "libertarians".
    Some in media are probably just making opportunist claims too but natianally there is certainly a warm reception for many libertarian ideals having seen damage done by Bush and Obama so far.
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    If you're going to boycott anyone, boycott any other prick on MSNBC. Guys like Hannity at least believe in some freedom. MSNBC hosts want to completely corporatize America and have no problem backing wars as long as they're by Democratic Presidents and Congresses.

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    If you are not part of the solution your part of the problem, hannity is not the problem, if anything the man is part of the solution, I have to wonder if this party is more of a problem than solution given the hostility towards those in the fight for freedom and liberty. Good grief.

    I am asking you to search yourselves...

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    Hannity supports both wars, the patriot act, and torture. Does that sound like a friend of liberty?
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy kaju View Post
    If you're going to boycott anyone, boycott any other prick on MSNBC. Guys like Hannity at least believe in some freedom. MSNBC hosts want to completely corporatize America and have no problem backing wars as long as they're by Democratic Presidents and Congresses.
    I won't be buying anything with the G.E. symbol, and would be very happy to see a list of everyone who sponsors anything but anything on NBC, msnbc, and cnbc (except, perhaps, 30Rock).
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    No advance, no progress can be made beyond these propositions. If anyone wishes to deny their truth or their soundness, the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward, but backward...'

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamilton1049 View Post
    Hannity supports both wars, the patriot act, and torture. Does that sound like a friend of liberty?

    That's true.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jags~Beach View Post
    If you are not part of the solution your part of the problem, hannity is not the problem, if anything the man is part of the solution, I have to wonder if this party is more of a problem than solution given the hostility towards those in the fight for freedom and liberty.
    He supports neocon platform and has for years, how exactly is that not big part of the problem? Can you substantiate your assertion with any factual views/stances from him?

    Or do you believe that neocons are part of the solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy kaju View Post
    If you're going to boycott anyone, boycott any other prick on MSNBC. Guys like Hannity at least believe in some freedom. MSNBC hosts want to completely corporatize America and have no problem backing wars as long as they're by Democratic Presidents and Congresses.
    We could boycott Chris "Obama gives me shivers" Mathews or Olberman but does any one really watch the other discredited Israeli lobby mouth piece anymore?
    People are already boycotting them for the most part, kicking a dead dog should be lower priority imo. Why not start with boycott of the biggest opponents of liberty movement.

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    If you are planning a boycott is should be against the hard core fascists at MSNBC like Olbermann, Maddow, Mathews, etc.

    Sure Hannity did a number on us and is a Neocon but at least for domestic tax policy he is on our side. Whereas with those bastards at MSNBC they are the enemy on all sides. A boycott against Hannity would be a huge mistake and further hurt our movement. We already have MSNBC very vocally against us but Hannity has been been giving us positive press in regards to the tea parties. We do not need him turning on us with a boycott.

    There would be no harm done going after the MSNBC hosts since they trash us regularly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liberty Star View Post
    Anyone thinks it would be smart strategy to turn the tables on Obama crowd-Glenn Beck ad boycott drama by requesting advertizers on Hannity show to stop sponsoring that neocon propaganda program?
    How would that turn the tables at all? The Obama sheep hate Hannity too. And now that Bush is out of office Hannity has no power at all. What he says doesn't matter, so a boycott seems worthless. If you want to boycott someone boycott MSNBC. That is the government's propaganda channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fletcher View Post
    How would that turn the tables at all? The Obama sheep hate Hannity too. And now that Bush is out of office Hannity has no power at all. What he says doesn't matter, so a boycott seems worthless. If you want to boycott someone boycott MSNBC.
    There is another out of the box idea, we just keep focussing on liberty message.

    But somehow we encopurage GOP crowd to boycott MSNBC ( whatever viewership it has left) and Obama crowd to boycott Hannity. Kill two birds with no stone at all, is that possible?

    But we would also need to have alternative indendent media ready or this void will be filled with more crooks of the same type. There is plenty Hannitys, Mathews, Olbermann, Becks waiting to take their place probably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liberty Star View Post
    ...boycott MSNBC ( whatever viewership it has left)...
    "Watch the "Mad Money" TV show on CNBC, Jim Cramer can help you make money! Watch as money manager Jim Cramer guides you through Wall Street investing."

    That's a point. Whomever Cramer didn't chase away may not be too bright, but surely anyone has enough sense to be insulted when G.E. tells them an African American is some kind of klansman...
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    'About the Declaration there is a finality that is exceedingly restful... If all men are created equal, that is final. If they are endowed with inalienable rights, that is final. If governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, that is final.

    No advance, no progress can be made beyond these propositions. If anyone wishes to deny their truth or their soundness, the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward, but backward...'

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    Why not just boycott all the puppets and tools in the mainstream media, meaning all of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.3D View Post
    Those who support such boycotts are just showing others they disregard the 1st amendment.
    Are you being serious? I can't imagine that you are being serious, but with this forum, who knows...

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    I would, I can't stand Eyebrows-hyena Hannity. I call him Hyena because if you guys remember he was laughing at Ron Paul on a live mic durring the 07 debates. But.. I would rather boycott MSNBC right now more than anything, especially after the "if you don't like Obama then you're a racist" comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.3D View Post
    Those who support such boycotts are just showing others they disregard the 1st amendment.
    What does this have to do with the 1st amendment? Private citizens have a right to purchase whatever they want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liberty Star View Post
    Numbers are still growing but you'd be surprised how many people I run into these days who are suddenly professingto be "libertarians".
    The funny thing about it is that to a lot of people I think saying libertarian is like saying you're neutral because they majority still doesn't understand what that means. You tell a liberal you're conservative or a conservative you're a liberal and they launch into a tirade. You say you're a libertarian they pretty much leave you alone.

    So it's become kind of "cool" to be a libertarian these days. That's a good thing - but not sure if all who claim it truly are.

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    Everthing I ever see from "Liberty" Star suggests he's some sort of dailykos mole or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kahless View Post
    If you are planning a boycott is should be against the hard core fascists at MSNBC like Olbermann, Maddow, Mathews, etc.

    Sure Hannity did a number on us and is a Neocon but at least for domestic tax policy he is on our side. Whereas with those bastards at MSNBC they are the enemy on all sides. A boycott against Hannity would be a huge mistake and further hurt our movement. We already have MSNBC very vocally against us but Hannity has been been giving us positive press in regards to the tea parties. We do not need him turning on us with a boycott.

    There would be no harm done going after the MSNBC hosts since they trash us regularly.
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    I would rather boycott bill mahr, olberman, matthews or any other socialist shill...Hannity did us wrong..but the dangerous ones are on the socialist news channels. tones

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonesforjonesbones View Post
    I would rather boycott bill mahr, olberman, matthews or any other socialist shill...Hannity did us wrong..but the dangerous ones are on the socialist news channels. tones
    Is there some law that socies, commies and neocons all can't be boycotted at the same time? LOL Let's have GOP crowd boycott MSNBC and Obama crowd boycott Fox. Once I get lists of their advertizers, will email to GOP and Obama crowds respectively.

    It's not just about "us", he has been a lie monger and vocal pimp for everything that went wrong for at least 8 years, probably much longer. Foux neocons are still a threat to awareness in America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonesforjonesbones View Post
    I would rather boycott bill mahr, olberman, matthews or any other socialist shill...Hannity did us wrong..but the dangerous ones are on the socialist news channels. tones
    Why don't we just throw hannity onto your list? We can't seriously call him a friend of liberty or the Constitution and if you told me that I would break out into a laugh.
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