lipstick-wearers for mccain/palin?

i know this is kind of beside the point of this blog, but...

i promised the masters of this website i would pass on info about their ridiculous and infuriating policy of donating $1 to the mccain/palin campaign for every one of these hideous lipsticks sold, so here is my passing on of said info.

i know it's small potatoes, but these people present themselves as environmentalists, yet intend to make donations to that campaign based on sales of "power pink" lipstick, which is apparently perfect for sarah palin while it also "celebrates the many faces of women as girlfriends, wives, mothers, entrepreneurs, corporate executives and even vice presidents."

if you should feel so inclined (as i did), please contact them and let them know how paradoxical it is that they purport to be concerned environmentalists yet are supporting candidates who are anything but.

for reference, the league of conservation voters' most recent scorecard gives john mccain a ZERO percent on environmental voting. couple that with palin's views that global warming is not the result of human activity, polar bears should be removed from the endangered species list, and her gung-ho attitude towards drilling in ANWR and there's pretty clear evidence that these two do not "offer a very balanced policy on the safety of our environment, both for now and for the changes that need to be made in the future," which harry maddox (i'm assuming the husband of pamela cronan-maddox, who runs the alchemist's apprentice website) said they had concluded after doing "a great deal of research."

sorry to go on. it just really pisses me off.
thanks for reading...and for writing to them, should you so choose.


Donna said...

...It was and is their (Pamela Cronan-Maddox and Harry Maddox) prerogative to offer their support to the candidate of their choice. They just see things differently than you do....it's called "FREEDOM."

amy said...

i never said it wasn't reasonable to have a different opinion on the candidates. what i DID say is that it's laughable that they consider themselves environmentalists and offer donations to a platform that is unabashedly anti-environmentalist.
i never suggested they shouldn't support candidates they choose. what i did say is that i think they're misguided.

not to mention...way to be relevant, donna.