When the CEO of Delta Airlines took a stand against the new Georgia voting law — declaring it “unacceptable” — a chorus of Americans had the following reaction: Who asked him? Why should an airline executive get involved in electoral politics? Maybe he should concentrate on…flying? Now, Delta CEO Ed Bastian is taking it from all sides for bowing to the woke mob. We’ll look at how one bad decision led to another, and what corporations should do and not do in the woke world. Plus, a look at the Democrats’ huge and unconstitutional voting bill, H.R. 1, with Ohio’s Secretary of State Frank LaRose.

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  1. colleenb Member
    colleenb
    @colleenb

    I like this just for the phrase ‘ponder the pander.’ Maybe this could be a new song: I Ponder as I Pander (using, of course, the tune to I Wonder as I Wander).

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  2. Roderic Reagan
    Roderic
    @rhfabian

    Now that Delta, Amazon, et al., have established that they won’t do business with governments whose policies they don’t like, who are supposedly denying the people their rights, and they obviously don’t care what the impact to their bottom line will be, then when will they stop doing business with China?

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