Though I was disappointed to see Rush Limbaugh apologize to a radical feminist agitator who publicly testified that she and her fellow female Georgetown University students were having so much sex that it costs $1,000 a year to shield them from the natural result of sexual relations, I as even more disappointed to see several major advertisers on Limbaugh’s show cave to this assault on religious freedom.
I have used Carbonite for several years now to back up my files, primarily because I have a lot of files associated with Dakota Voice and American Clarion that I simply cannot afford to lose. I began using Carbonite primarily because I heard about it on the Rush Limbaugh program and Limbaugh endorsed it with his own voice; before that, I burned backups to disk and didn’t use an online backup system.
Now, because Carbonite has folded like a cheap suit in the face of Leftist vitriol, I will be taking my business elsewhere, probably to Mozy.
I had also been kicking around for some time the idea of trying a Sleep Number bed. I’m not thinking of that anymore, not after they, too, folded like a cheap suit. That idea is being kicked around about as much as a boulder right now.
I plan to write a lengthy and scathing letter to these and perhaps other deserters to let them know that their cowardice in the face of a threat to one of our most basic freedoms is why they will no longer get my business, and will never have any hopes of getting my business.
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