Ben & Jerry’s Offers First Corporate Backing of Occupy Wall Street!

 

 

I hope they will give out free ice cream.

 

From the Daily Mail.co.uk

Ben & Jerry’s lends its backing to Occupy Wall Street protesters and
calls for a ‘systematic change’

  • Ice-cream
    firm known for standing up for liberal issues
  • Directors
    proclaim ‘deepest admiration’ for protesters
  • It has
    previously supported gay marriage and Obama

Occupy Wall Street has its first corporate
backing after Ben & Jerry’s today announced it is getting behind the
protesters.

The Vermont-based ice-cream company, known for
standing up for liberal issues, slammed the ‘immoral’ inequality between classes
in the U.S.

It followed House Democratic Leader Nancy
Pelosi backing the movement as the political debate around the protests
intensified

Read more at the Daily Mail.co.uk

 

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4 Responses to Ben & Jerry’s Offers First Corporate Backing of Occupy Wall Street!

  1. txaggie94 says:

    This from the same company that brought you such ice cream classics as “Scweddy Balls.”

    Be afraid, America. Be very afraid.

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  3. Penn Patriot says:

    Hope they realize that I and many people will never buy their products again. EVER. And they are so proud that they pay $15 an hour. Hope those fools like paying off $100k in student debt when they take home $400 a week.

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  4. Reaps says:

    Aww man, I’d just found this ice cream in Aus and was quite enjoying it. So much for that

    Ah well, it was bloody expensive anyway..

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