Should Glenn Beck's Supporter's Boycott The Boycotters?
The best defense is an aggressive offense. Those who support Glenn Beck should stop defending him and start pressuring the advertisers who have pulled their advertising from his show.
Judging by the number of people who watch his show, he has the support and sympathy of millions of people who would normally be the targets of the advertisers. They are potential customers.
If these potential customers start pushing back twice as hard as Beck's enemies, the advertisers are likely to have reason to ignore some group with close ties to the White House. The customers are permanent. The ties to the White House are temporary, at best.
The group leading the boycott publishes the names of those who have succumbed to their pressure. So the list is readily available to people like Glenn Reynolds, Michelle Malkin, Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh and so on.
Why these influential people have not floated the idea about a counter offensive is rather puzzling. All that is needed is a form and some promotion of it.
Who is up first?