The L.A. Kardashian family and its reality show empire has taken its toll on many angry tv watchers. But if you don’t like them, just dont watch??Like seriously, because I love me some Kardashians! Anyhow, a plan has been put in place to boycott the show + products by Boycott Kim Kardashian
and im not liking this one but at the same time it sounds exciting!.
Well many people want to be a Kardashian, have their lifetyle: The hair, the toes, the bootie, the lack of money woes. YAY…… Boom…..not me!
Its hard enough that some of you have had enough of the Kardashians.
As the Occupy nation has brought the injustice of multi-billion-dollar bank bailouts and corporate tax loopholes to light, the beacon shines lower on the totem poll, on those rich celebs we savor (and who could also pay more taxes).
And so right before the media slumber we call the holidays went full-snooze, a Boycott Kim Kardashian
campaign took hold.
The movement’s website argues that she will do …
… whatever it takes to extend her fifteen minutes of fame so that she can selfishly profit from her celebrity status. By aligning herself with brands and products to promote Kim has made millions at the expense of normal everyday Americans. Through a series of distasteful and carefully planned publicity stunts, beginning with a strategically released sex tape, a scripted “reality” show, and now a (for profit) 72 day marriage, Kim Kardashian continues to bait the media into giving her more unjustified coverage and allowing her to cash in financially.
They want you not to buy products that hire Kardashian for her celebrity endorsement, stating:
As our friends and neighbors struggle with real problems including inflated prices for fuel and groceries, a frightening job market, and a broken and divided government, we cannot continue to be distracted by moochers like Kim Kardashian … We do not need the added burden of explaining to our daughters why they should work hard and get an education versus the pursuit of a materialistic lifestyle by any means necessary including selling out their principles and exploiting sex for profit.
But we’d also say, boycott them all. We can’t afford anything anyway. Might as well make it look like we’re making a political stand.