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UPDATED 9/30/2009 at 2:30 PM — With amounts of political contributions to Obama’s campaign by employees and entities associated with the companies listed, during the 2008 Election cycle

by John Charlton

It’s phony, it’s a fraud, and it’s the pink agenda.  Obama’s goons in Congress got it passed and now he wants to foist it upon the Nation to make it in his own perverted image.

The so-called “Hate Crimes Bill”, which in itself, is a hate crime against the American way, against the Laws of Nature and against the Christian tradition of this country to call perversion, “perverse”, has become another pretext in Obama’s campaign to change the nation into a Socialist dictatorship.  From Red, White & Blue, through Pink, to Red.

It’s a bill that Constitutional has no force of law, because Obama is not a natural born citizen, and thus unqualified to be President; but it’s a bill that the forces of Cultural warfare against American will use as a bully stick in coming years.

Most Americans will ignore it: but we must do more; we must attack it.

And the war must be met economically, by boycotting the supporters of the pink agenda.

World Net Daily published the list today; The Post & Email will issue the first Declaration of War, boycott style.

We ask you, the readers, to boycott the following companies and their services.  The Post & Email will make it a policy not to do business with them.  Join us!

Here are is the list of the top 200 most pro-Sodomitic companies in the country, which are undermining the morals of the Nation, while trying to make a buck off you. Black bold-faced names, are those which are known supporters of the Obama regime, and this explains their silence against the crime of usurpation of the Presidency, massive Election Fraud, and the chicanery of the Democratic Supermajority.

Green bold-faced names are banks and financial service companies.

These companies use the profit they make off you, to corrupt the Nation, the Schools, the government, and future generations.

These are companies which are selling out your heritage and the Bill of Rights, to make a buck:

  1. 3M Co.
  2. A.T. Kearney
  3. AAA Northern California, Nevada and Utah
  4. Abercrombie & Fitch
  5. Accenture Ltd.
  6. Aetna
  7. Agilent Technologies
  8. Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld
  9. Alaska Airlines
  10. Alcatel-Lucent
  11. Alcoa
  12. Allianz Life Insurance Co. of North America
  13. Allstate Corp.
  14. Alston & Bird
  15. AMC Entertainment
  16. American Express
  17. Ameriprise Financial
  18. American Airlines
  19. Anheuser-Busch Companies
  20. Aon Corp.
  21. Apple
  22. Applied Materials
  23. Arent Fox LLP
  24. Arnold & Porter
  25. AT&T
  26. Automatic Data Processing
  27. Bain & Co.
  28. Baker Botts
  29. Baker & Daniels LLP
  30. Ballard Spahr
  31. Bank of America
  32. Bank of New York Mellon Corp.
  33. Barnes & Noble
  34. BASF
  35. Bausch & Lomb
  36. Best Buy
  37. Bingham McCutchen
  38. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida
  39. BMC Software
  40. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
  41. Boeing
  42. Booz Allen Hamilton
  43. Borders
  44. Boston Consulting Group
  45. BP America
  46. Bright Horizons Family Solutions
  47. Brinker International
  48. Bristol-Myers Squibb Co
  49. Brown Rudnick
  50. Bryan Cave
  51. Campbell Soup Co.
  52. Capital One
  53. Cardinal Health
  54. Cargill
  55. Carlson Companies
  56. Carlton Fields
  57. Carmax
  58. Chapman & Cutler
  59. Charles Schwab
  60. Chevron
  61. Chrysler
  62. Chubb
  63. Cisco Systems
  64. Citigroup — $701,290
  65. Clear Channel Communications
  66. Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton
  67. Clifford Chance US LLP
  68. Clorox
  69. CNA Insurance
  70. Coca-Cola
  71. Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.
  72. Constellation Energy Group Inc.
  73. Continental Airlines
  74. Corning
  75. Costco
  76. Covington & Burling LLP
  77. Cox Enterprises
  78. Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
  79. Credit Suisse
  80. Cummins
  81. Davis, Polk and Wardwell
  82. Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
  83. Dell
  84. Deloitte & Touche
  85. Delta Air Lines
  86. Deutsche Bank
  87. Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP
  88. Diageo North America
  89. Dickstein Shapiro
  90. DLA Piper
  91. Dorsey & Whitney
  92. Dow Chemical
  93. Duane Morris
  94. DuPont
  95. Eastman Kodak
  96. eBay Inc.
  97. Ecolab
  98. Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP
  99. Electronic Arts
  100. Eli Lilly & Co.
  101. Ernst & Young
  102. Estee Lauder
  103. Esurance
  104. Freddie Mac
  105. Faegre & Benson
  106. Fannie Mae
  107. Fenwick & West
  108. Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner
  109. Foley & Lardner
  110. Foley Hoag
  111. Food Lion
  112. Ford
  113. Freescale Semiconductor
  114. Fried, Frank, Haris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
  115. Fulbright & Jaworski
  116. GameStop
  117. Gap
  118. Genentech
  119. General Mills
  120. General Motors
  121. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
  122. GlaxoSmithKline
  123. Goldman Sachs — $994,795
  124. Goodwin Procter
  125. Google — $803,436
  126. Hallmark Cards
  127. Harrah’s
  128. Harris Bankcorp
  129. Hartford Financial Services
  130. Haynes and Boone LLP
  131. Health Care Service Corp.
  132. Herman Miller
  133. Hewitt Associates
  134. Hewlett-Packard
  135. Hinshaw & Culbertson
  136. Hogan & Hartson
  137. Holland & Knight
  138. Honeywell International
  139. Hospira
  140. Howrey LLP
  141. HSBC USA
  142. Hunton & Williams
  143. Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP
  144. Hyatt
  145. ING North America Insurance
  146. Intel
  147. IBM — $528,822
  148. Interpublic Group of Companies
  149. Intuit
  150. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. — $695,132
  151. Jenner & Block
  152. JetBlue Airways
  153. Johnson & Johnson
  154. Kaiser Permanente
  155. Katten Muchin Rosenman
  156. Kaye Scholer
  157. KeyCorp
  158. Kimberly Clark Corp.
  159. Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group
  160. Kirkland & Ellis
  161. KPMG
  162. Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel
  163. Latham & Watkins — $493,835
  164. Levi Strauss
  165. LexisNexis
  166. Lexmark International
  167. Littler Mendelson PC
  168. Liz Claiborne
  169. Lockheed Martin Corp.
  170. Macy
  171. Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP
  172. Marriott International
  173. Marsh & McLennan Cos.
  174. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
  175. MasterCard
  176. Mayer Brown
  177. McDermott Will & Emery
  178. McKinsey & Co.
  179. Medtronic
  180. Merck & Co.
  181. MetLife
  182. Microsoft — $833,617
  183. Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy
  184. MillerCoors
  185. Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky & Popeo
  186. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
  187. Monsanto
  188. Morgan Lewis & Bockius
  189. Morgan Stanley — $514,881
  190. Morrison & Foerster
  191. Motorola
  192. National Grid USA
  193. Nationwide
  194. Navigant Consulting
  195. NCR
  196. NetApp
  197. New York Life Insurance Co.
  198. New York Times Co.
  199. Newell Rubbermaid
  200. Nielsen Co.
  201. Nike
  202. Nixon Peabody
  203. Nordstrom
  204. Northern Trust
  205. Northrop Grumman
  206. Novartis Pharmaceutical Corp.
  207. O’Melveny & Myers
  208. Oracle
  209. Orbitz
  210. Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
  211. Owens Corning
  212. Pacific Life Insurance
  213. Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
  214. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP
  215. Pepper Hamilton
  216. Pepsi Bottling Group Inc.
  217. PepsiCo
  218. Perkins Coie
  219. Pfizer
  220. PG&E
  221. Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
  222. PricewaterhouseCoopers
  223. Procter & Gamble
  224. Progressive Corp.
  225. Proskauer Rose LLP
  226. Prudential Financial
  227. Public Service Enterprise Group
  228. Quarles & Brady
  229. Raymond James Financial
  230. Raytheon
  231. RBC Wealth Management
  232. Recreational Equipment Inc.
  233. Replacements Ltd.
  234. Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP
  235. Ropes & Gray LLP
  236. S.C. Johnson & Son
  237. Sabre Holdings
  238. SAP America
  239. Schering-Plough
  240. Sears
  241. Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold LLP
  242. Sempra Energy
  243. Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  244. Shearman & Sterling
  245. Shell Oil
  246. Shook, Hardy & Bacon
  247. Sidley Austin, LLP — $588,598
  248. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP — $530,839
  249. Sodexho
  250. Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal
  251. Southern California Edison
  252. Sprint Nextel
  253. Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP
  254. Starbucks
  255. Starcom MediaVest
  256. Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide
  257. State Street Corp.
  258. Stinson Morrison Hecker
  259. Stoel Rives
  260. Subaru of America
  261. Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
  262. Sun Life Financial Inc.
  263. Sun Microsystems
  264. SunTrust Banks
  265. Supervalu
  266. Sutherland Asbill & Brennan
  267. Symantec Corp.
  268. Target
  269. TD Bank
  270. Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association
  271. Tech Data
  272. Texas Instruments
  273. Thompson Coburn
  274. Time Warner (AOL’s parent) — $590,084
  275. TJX Cos.
  276. Toyota Financial Services
  277. Toyota Motor Sales USA
  278. Travelport
  279. Troutman Sanders
  280. U.S. Bancorp
  281. UBS AG — $543,219
  282. Unilever
  283. United Business Media
  284. United Parcel Service
  285. UnitedHealth Group
  286. US Airways Group
  287. Viacom (controlled by National Amusements, a private co. — $551,683)
  288. Vinson & Elkins
  289. Visa
  290. Visteon Corp.
  291. Volkswagen of America
  292. Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
  293. Walgreen
  294. Walt Disney
  295. Weil, Gotshal and Manges
  296. Wells Fargo & Co.
  297. Whirlpool
  298. White & Case
  299. Willkie Farr & Gallagher
  300. Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr
  301. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
  302. Winston & Strawn
  303. Wynn Resorts
  304. Xerox
  305. Yahoo!

For starters, I will stop using Yahoo Mail and Google Mail; and seek some other non-affiliated companies.  Inbox.com* seems to be just such an independent company, founded originally in the Czech Republic, where they know the dangers of Communist dictatorship.

I call on Bloggers to stop using Google Ads; The Post & Email will boycott Google Ads specifically.  As PayPal was purchased by Yahoo in 2002, at our new site, we will also not use PayPal, but an alternative online payment company.

Your suggestions for how to boycott an of the above companies, are much appreciated; please leave your suggestions in the comment section below.

Of course, for free services, there is no need to boycott; but its more about making this a publicity push, and targeting companies and their stock values, which is the tool to getting them to give up their pro-perversion agenda.

Oh, and if I missed some Obama supporting companies, or banks that should be bold-faced, let me know.


* I just installed inbox.com’s email client, and its glizy, offers its own alternate search engine, and has many customizable features and alternate applications. Because it includes a 3.5 MB download application, it interfaces with your web access seamlessly in any browser, and allows you access to your online email account without the hazards of the instability of yahoo.com or the long wait for gmail.com. It does not allow you to import emails or contacts from other online email services, but it does allow you to import email contacts from your computer’s CSV files, if you wish.

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  1. Moving beyond, that is, assuming at some point soon — certainly well before the 2012 election — Obama will be ousted as ineligible (either by political pressure once Alan Keyes recovers in tort fraud against BHO or some other direct judicial directive to leave), there seem to be two opinions on determining a successor POTUS. (Biden would certainly be a no-go as connected to the ineligibile Obama fraud.)

    Orly Taitz seems to think there’d be a special election. I’m not so sure. Wouldn’t Congress select a successor under the Constitution? Any discussion on this would seem to be of interest.

  2. OT….Important!!

    Stay away from Corning….they sold their company and the new owner rearranged the recipe and the ovenware has been documented by consumers to explode in the oven and while being taken from…….

    Advised to dispose of any corning ovenware bought recently and use only older models…….that’s what I’ve done.

  3. We’ve crossed a very critical juncture in the Obama eligibility cases — very critical in terms of timing. I believe Judge Carter knows this.

    Until now (or very recently, say last week or two) any court taking action vis a vis Obama eligibility would have seriously risked (let’s use the term for want of a better one) “riots in the streets” by some portion of the population, certainly civil unrest by segments of the population. As of now, the reverse is true, were the Carter court NOT to address the Obama eligibility case, the risk of, if not outright “riots in the street”, certainly substantial civil unrest is manifest by OTHER large segments of the population.

    Perhaps this waiting for the day of reckoning was worth the while, noting the cost with each day of delay in terms of destruction of our national economy and defense, but again maybe a necessary cost to reach this point in time where the majority of popular support is in favor of definite court action against Obama.
    Mr. Charlton replies: The oft-asserted, never proven assertion that Obama’s removal from power would result in riots, is not entirely true: of themselves, I don’t think Blacks in America would riot, as they can see he has problems; but seeing that he urged his cousin to promote riots in Kenya to get into power, while, then, yes, I agree. But if we fear riots so much that we allow the highest level of criminality, we no longer have a justice system, or law enforcement; and we might as well admit that to ourselves. If Obama is not lawfully removed from power, American has fallen.