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November 21, 2008

Cretin Mobile: Moonbat Phone Service

Moonbats have their own reality, why shouldn't they have their own phone service? Barks CREDO Mobile CEO Laura Scher:

It was the greed-is-good 1980s. Gordon Gekko, and all that. A lot of my friends got out of college and headed straight to Wall Street. But I wanted something different — or rather, I wanted to make a difference.

So to punish the fictional Gekko and the capitalist system Oliver Stone used him to so cartoonishly misrepresent, Scher founded Working Assets, a commie company that has now produced CREDO,

an innovative long distance service where 1% of your charges goes to progressive nonprofits you vote on, your bill serves as a progressive newsletter and your phone company as a progressive lobby.

Beneficiaries include the ACLU, Greenpeace, and Planned Parenthood. Take that, 1980s!

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For when even your phone service has to be moonbatty.

On a tip from Libsare.

Posted by Van Helsing at November 21, 2008 7:59 AM

Comments

I don't mind this, as long as I can easily block incoming calls from anyone with this service.

Posted by: Naqamel at November 21, 2008 8:10 AM

ONE PERCENT?!?

my the lefturds are charitable...

Posted by: nanc at November 21, 2008 8:28 AM

What's wrong with giving this way? That one percent is about one percent more on average than the conservatives contribute to causes. Self-serving giving to a church doesn't count.

Posted by: yoda at November 21, 2008 8:34 AM

Too bad this company was not around to contribute to the No on 8 progressive cause in CA.

Or, they were around but all 3 subscribers 1% amounted to about $.023 in contributions to that progressive cause.

Oh, and gays still can not get married in CA.


Posted by: Oiao at November 21, 2008 8:52 AM

yoda don't let the facts get in the way or anything.

Posted by: cowlove at November 21, 2008 8:59 AM

yo-yo-yoda - read it and weep:

R Mississippi_______ 50 6 44 1
R Arkansas________ 46 5 41 2
R South Dakota____ 44 9 35 3
R Oklahoma_______ 42 8 34 4
R Tennessee______ 35 3 32 5
R Alabama________ 38 7 31 6
R Louisiana_______ 43 12 31 7
R Utah___________ 30 2 28 8
R South Carolina___ 39 13 26 9
R West Virginia____ 48 22 26 10
R Idaho__________ 41 20 21 11
R Texas__________ 22 4 18 12
R Nebraska_______ 34 17 17 13
R North Dakota____ 45 29 16 14
R Wyoming_______ 17 1 16 15
R North Carolina___ 28 16 12 16
R Kansas_________ 27 15 12 17
R Florida_________ 23 14 9 18
R Georgia_________18 11 7 19
R Missouri________ 31 24 7 20
R Kentucky_______ 40 33 7 21
R New Mexico_____ 47 40 7 22
R Montana________ 49 45 4 23
R Indiana_________ 29 31 -2 24
R Alaska__________ 25 28 -3 25
D New York________ 5 10 -5 26
R Iowa___________ 36 42 -6 27
R Nevada_________ 13 21 -8 28
R Ohio___________ 32 44 -12 29
D Maine__________ 37 49 -12 30
D California________ 6 19 -13 31
D Maryland________ 4 18 -14 32
D Washington______ 11 25 -14 33
D Vermont________ 33 47 -14 34
D Oregon_________ 26 41 -15 35
D Pennsylvania_____ 19 34 -15 36
R Virginia__________ 7 23 -16 37
R Arizona__________ 21 37 -16 38
D Delaware_________ 14 30 -16 39
D Illinois___________ 9 26 -17 40
D Michigan_________ 16 35 -19 41
D Hawaii___________ 24 43 -19 42
R Colorado__________ 10 32 -22 43
D Minnesota_________ 12 36 -24 44
D Connecticut_________ 1 27 -26 45
D Wisconsin__________ 20 46 -26 46
D Rhode Island________ 15 50 -35 47
D New Jersey__________ 2 38 -36 48
D Massachusetts________ 3 39 -36 49
D New Hampshire_______ 8 48 -40 50

Source: Catalogueforphilanthropy.com

more proof - never do a battle of wits with an unarmed yoda! standing redeye for your next dumb-sh*t-attack.

Posted by: nanc at November 21, 2008 9:16 AM

Posted by: nanc at November 21, 2008 9:21 AM

Once I realized that AT&T was Satan, I dropped it as a long distance provider and took up with a little outfit called Sienna. Like Credo, a share of Sienna's proceeds goes to a Catholic or Prolife charity of my choice; unlike that Lib phone service, Sienna donates 5%.
(See http://www.sienna-group.com/)

Posted by: Shawn Garry at November 21, 2008 9:26 AM

shawn - thank you so much for that info - we're looking into new cell phones and plans - they look like a very credible company.

Posted by: nanc at November 21, 2008 10:31 AM

One of the nice things about the free market is that companies like this are free to exist, and people that like what this company stands for are free to patronize it. Likewise, I am free to avert my eyes and pretend it doesn't exist, which I am doing right now.

I wonder if the liberals out there in Obama-land are aware that an enterprise like this is really only possible in the free market they so openly express their contempt for. Trick question, of course they're not! In a controlled or European-style market it would be well nigh impossible for a new phone company to spring into existence - the incumbent providers simply wouldn't allow it. I guess the free market is fine when it works to their advantage.

Posted by: CoderInCrisis at November 21, 2008 10:32 AM

"I guess the free market anything is fine when it works to their advantage."

Fixed that for ya.

Posted by: cowlove at November 21, 2008 10:44 AM