“Pepsico underwriting Gabby Giffords’ gun control group”

I always liked Royal Crown better any way.

Building a Movement to Keep Our Communities Safer

Two and a half years ago, Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly had their lives changed forever by a madman with an arsenal of deadly weapons. Today, the former congresswoman and the former astronaut discuss what it’s like to take on one of the most complicated issues in America—and one of the most difficult political challenges of our time. Giffords and Kelly will discuss how the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School drove them to commit themselves, personally and professionally, to reducing gun violence in America—by working toward common sense solutions that respect our Second Amendment rights and traditions of gun ownership. They will share what the first few months of their new organization, Americans for Responsible Solutions, have yielded, what it feels like to be public figures again, and what the future holds, in terms of keeping our communities safer and building a political movement that reflects the diversity of our great country. Underwritten by PepsiCo.”

I thought so. Remember when Pepsi changed their logo from this:


To this right after Obama was first elected?


Then they even picked up on he ‘Hope and Change’ BS:


Now we find that they have taken a strong position on gun rights – on the wrong side. As RD Walker said at the time this first started, “That is a really stupid marketing move”. This piles evil on top of stupidity.

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2 Responses to “Pepsico underwriting Gabby Giffords’ gun control group”

  1. reboot says:

    I verified on the one pepsi I had. That’ll be the last pepsi product I buy.
    We don’t drink soda often, I use cola drinks as a marinade for meats. Ain’t gonna be pepsi any more.
    Thank you.

  2. fubar says:

    Pepsi supports hamas.

    no, i don’t have a link.

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