People who pay a premium for socially responsible products aren’t exactly thrilled to learn they’re enriching someone who is wildly, flagrantly irresponsible about social issues.
Whole Foods found that out last week after the Wall Street Journal published its CEO’s op-ed opposing President Obama’s health care reform. Their customers were so offended that 18,000 of them – last time I counted – signed on to a Facebook boycott of his stores.
They may as well have said, “Let them eat cake – with hydrogenated fats.”
These ideas about health care are dated, absurd and deeply ignorant of how health insurance – indeed how the U.S. economy – actually works.
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