David Wygant vs. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey: Two Guys Who SHOULD NOT Be Talking Politics

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Last year I gave David Wygant a mushroom stamp on his forehead for talking politics on his site

I made the point that there’s little to gain and a lot to lose by spouting off about your political preferences. Unless you are paid to publicly voice your opinion like Rush Limbaugh or Keith Olbermann: keep… your… fucking… mouth… SHUT!

ESPECIALLY when talking to women!

Everyone knows that David sucks Whole Foods’ balls every opportunity he gets. Many have wondered if he gets some form of kickback for doing so.

Ironically, John Mackey, the CEO and co-founder of David’s favorite organic grocery Goliath, should have taken my advice about avoiding politics TOO…

Apparently he wrote an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal comparing President Obama’s plans to overhaul the nation’s health care program to socialism.

This had lead to an online shitstorm with people pledging to boycott Whole Foods. Thousands have joined a Facebook group against the company.

The group says it’s mission is to let Whole Foods know that customers’ money will “no longer go to support Whole Foods’ anti-union, anti-health insurance reform, right-wing activities.”

HEY WYGANT, the chief leader of your precious Whole Foods seems to have the complete OPPOSITE political views as you… how do like them organic apples???

No matter their views, they are BOTH wrong from a business and social standpoint for unnecessarily opening their mouths about politics.

Sometimes I’m so ahead of the times it SCARES me… call me MACKSTRADAMUS from now on!




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