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Subway, the Anti-Rush Limbaugh Boycott and the Sad Debacle That Is #UniteBlue
The entirely negative and destructive agenda of the Left — they hate America, and if you love America, they hate you — has turned its focus to attempting to destroy Rush Limbaugh by boycotting his advertisers. The so-called “Stop Rush” campaign was recently commercialized by Democrat Party consultant Zack Green, who on Friday put up a post called “Boycott @Subway until they dump Rush Limbaugh” at his 140Elect.com firm’s site. Zack Green is also the founder of “Unite Blue” (@UniteBlue or #UniteBlue), about which he had this to say in February:
In August of 2012 we launched UniteBlue.com to connect the Left on Twitter. I wasn’t interested in another top-down organization. UniteBlue is a bottom-up attempt to empower activists to push their agendas. . . . We are growing rapidly, would love to bring others on board. . . . We are also in the process of becoming a 501c4 non-profit.
The anti-Subway/anti-Limbaugh campaign would seem to be a demonstration project by Green intended to showcase the effectiveness of (a) his online prowess as a Twitter consultant, and (b) his group, Unite Blue. If he can take out this one advertiser, Green wins — he’s the Big Dog and, presumably, he gets more consulting clients.
Well . . . Hello, massive fail: Rush Limbaugh has millions of radio listeners, while Green’s supposedly influential online organization @UniteBlue has only about 18,000 followers on Twitter (fewer followers than I have as an individual) and Rush’s listeners quickly put together their own “Rush to Subway” campaign that led to crowded dining rooms and lines out the door today at lunch time. [Read]
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