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    Default Kuerig Pulls ads From Hannity’s Show!?!

    Kuerig and a few others decided to side with leftists who decided to petition them, and a few others, to pull advertising from Sean Hannity’s show. They were upset that Hannity was too easy on Roy Moore in his interview. Are you kidding me? Hannity asked direct questions, and had a panel that were very hard hitting. They’re always trying to target and destroy Hannity, always.
    I sent an email to those adverisors, I will buy a Cuisinart for my sister rather than the Keurig I planned to purchase. It’s time to push back.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2017/11/12/keurig-others-pull-ads-fox-news-hannity-show-over-roy-moore-coverage/856424001/
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    Hate the free market I guess.
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    Vote with your wallet but do you think Mr Hannity should have explored Mr Moore’s statements that he did not “generally” date teenagers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAndClear View Post
    Vote with your wallet but do you think Mr Hannity should have explored Mr Moore’s statements that he did not “generally” date teenagers.
    So, he specifically dates teenagers?

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    Private companies making decisions they feel are best for their business. You are free to support or not as you please.

    Keurig, Realtor.com, 23 and Me, Eloquii, and Nature's Bounty have all pulled their ads from the television show.
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    Clearly the companies think he gave Moore a pass. I didn't see it so can't comment on it.
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    The leftists....that's just weak...they care about money....no politics...as usual hate the free market when it does something you don't like and then bash the left when it does something you do...always the same argument from you folks
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    Hannity was about as direct in his questioning, as one can be reasonably be, in a TV segment. Geraldo shortly after, said that he ended Moore's candidacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOP_FAN View Post
    Kuerig and a few others decided to side with leftists who decided to petition them, and a few others, to pull advertising from Sean Hannity’s show. They were upset that Hannity was too easy on Roy Moore in his interview. Are you kidding me? Hannity asked direct questions, and had a panel that were very hard hitting. They’re always trying to target and destroy Hannity, always.
    I sent an email to those adverisors, I will buy a Cuisinart for my sister rather than the Keurig I planned to purchase. It’s time to push back.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2017/11/12/keurig-others-pull-ads-fox-news-hannity-show-over-roy-moore-coverage/856424001/
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    I can't imagine that any company would want to be associated with an older guy who is suspected of "dates"with 14yo girls. If they think media people are soft on THAT kind of guy, then they'll pull their dollars.

    What's the big deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOP_FAN View Post
    Kuerig and a few others decided to side with leftists who decided to petition them, and a few others, to pull advertising from Sean Hannity’s show. They were upset that Hannity was too easy on Roy Moore in his interview. Are you kidding me? Hannity asked direct questions, and had a panel that were very hard hitting. They’re always trying to target and destroy Hannity, always.
    I sent an email to those adverisors, I will buy a Cuisinart for my sister rather than the Keurig I planned to purchase. It’s time to push back.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2017/11/12/keurig-others-pull-ads-fox-news-hannity-show-over-roy-moore-coverage/856424001/
    Yep. If companies want to get into politics....I'll vote with my dollars and Keurig is now out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOP_FAN View Post
    Kuerig and a few others decided to side with leftists who decided to petition them, and a few others, to pull advertising from Sean Hannity’s show. They were upset that Hannity was too easy on Roy Moore in his interview. Are you kidding me? Hannity asked direct questions, and had a panel that were very hard hitting. They’re always trying to target and destroy Hannity, always.
    I sent an email to those adverisors, I will buy a Cuisinart for my sister rather than the Keurig I planned to purchase. It’s time to push back.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2017/11/12/keurig-others-pull-ads-fox-news-hannity-show-over-roy-moore-coverage/856424001/
    Remembering when Kathy Griffin and the Dixie Chicks were so bashed by the right. Glad to see Kuerig stand up and fight. They've got an established hold on the market. I doubt a little poltical spit from conservatives is gonna make a difference.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smyrna View Post
    Yep. If companies want to get into politics....I'll vote with my dollars and Keurig is now out.
    By definition, aren't they getting into politics when they choose to advertise there in the first place?

    Somehow though, you don't strike me as a Keurig guy anyway.

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