Introduction:Some companies have allowed their name to be associated with controlling guns in America. Many of those companies actually advertise and donate money toward telling Citizens to disarm themselves. This is a list of five of those companies.
The Goodyear company is stepping into an area beyond their abilities should take them. Goodyear is a tire and car care company that deals with road rubber and has no business putting their nose into the Constitution of the United States second amendment, Goodyear has let their name be seen as supporting shredding the right for Americans to bear arms as the founding fathers intended. Using their clout, Goodyear stands to have freedom loving Americans who want to own guns and plan on keeping the ones they now possess, to boycott Goodyear products. Consider sending them an email or a letter in the mail about what you think of their support against the right to bear arms.
IKEA is a well known company in the world. Just lately the Ikea company has been coaxed into letting their name be used to add to a list. The list is one to try to make gun owners register, get permits and have background checks before they own a weapon in the United States. Ikea deals with many products, but has no dealings with legislation of guns, so should be told by customers that their interference in laws for guns should cease. Consider telling Ikea about your thoughts and boycotting them to show you do not agree with Ikea trying to control guns in the U. S. A.
Yes, Staples is a huge franchise store that supplies many Americans with office and personal supplies. Those supplies range from paper clips to computer parts and so much more. Now, Staples has entered into telling Americans to give up their guns to the government. Staples has signed on to add their name to the list of companies that want guns banned and other weapons controlled as well. They do not sell guns, yet are sounding off with their ideas to the United States government in support of controlling gun sales and other restrictions. Consider letting Staples know what you think and also boycotting buying their products.
Jack In The Box is a chain restaurant that sells burgers, fries, drinks and desserts. The company has nothing to do with the sale of ammunition or weapons. They have decided to support the banning of certain weapons, adding their name to the list of companies who support gun control and have publicly stated those remarks. They have been put on the list and it might be time for customers who value the second amendment to let Jack in the box know how they feel about Jack in the box's support. Their support means that Jack in the box chooses to tell Americans not to own guns.
CVS is a large chain of stores that sells so many items it is difficult to list them all in a short time. As a customer of this company, you should know that CVS supports gun control for Americans. Not only do they want to be standing beside the United States government to control guns, but they advertise their gun control ideas which is against the second amendment of the Constitution. Americans that sometimes support CVS should consider the stand that CVS takes toward American freedoms and liberties and take action. The action might be a note to tell CVS they should not support shredding the right to bear arms.
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