• Re: What the hell did they think was going to happen?

    From Colonial Penn@21:1/5 to All on Sat Apr 15 18:29:28 2023
    XPost: talk.politics.guns, alt.business.accountability, alt.fan.rush-limbaugh XPost: soc.women

    On 15 Apr 2023, bigdog <geowright1963@gmail.com> posted some news:6878986e-3499-455e-adc8-56a18ab64a0cn@googlegroups.com:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/anheuser-busch-ceo-on-the-bud -light-backlash-we-never-intended-to-be-part-of-a-discussion-that-divid es-people/ar-AA19SyCg?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531&cvid=96c4a39bc8144079b8c1d3 82c198a69c&ei=56

    Anheuser-Busch wasn't celebrating Dylan Mulvaney for anything he accomplished. He as being celebrated for the boxes he checks due to
    his fantasy that he's a woman. It was an expensive act of virtue
    signaling, the fallout of which might not be known for months if not
    years. Did anybody who took part in this decision making stop to ask themselves how this would play with the customer base? Whether they
    did or not, anybody who signed off on this ridiculous decision should
    be fired now. Top executives have a fiduciary responsibility to their shareholders and they have already cost their shareholders over $4.5
    billion collectively.

    Seriously, heads need to roll. The top executive management must pay for
    this with their jobs.

    Empty your desk, do not pass go, do not collect bonuses, hit the road.

    Hit the road Jack, and don't ya come back
    No more, no more, no more, no more
    Hit the road Jack, and don't ya come back no more

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