Skip to comments.Boycott SlimFast's filthy mouthed spokesperson, Whoopi
Posted on 07/10/2004 3:53:31 PM PDT by InHisService
July 9, 2004 -- Whoopi Goldberg delivered an X-rated rant full of sexual innuendoes against President Bush last night at a Radio City gala that raised $7.5 million for the newly minted Democratic ticket of John Kerry and John Edwards. Waving a bottle of wine, she fired off a stream of vulgar sexual wordplays on Bush's name in a riff about female genitalia, and boasted that she'd refused to let Team Kerry clear her material.
"I Xeroxed my behind and I folded it up in an envelope and I sent it back with a big kiss mark on because we're Democrats - we're not afraid to laugh," she said.
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Kerry's about as "practicing" as my cat. In fact, probably less so, because to my knowledge, the cat is not pro-abortion.
I love your determination. I'm sitting here trying to learn basic HTML, and get hungrier by the minute with all this food talk, LOL.
I believe Unilever also owns Ben&Jerry's.
No one should use slimfast at all.
It's unhealthy and counter-productive.
Unilever also owns Lipton...sponsors of those adorable Dixie Chicks...maybe Unilever needs a major rethinking the spokesperson selection process.
Avoid Carnation Instant Breakfast. One of the main ingredients is Maltodextrin (basically hydrolyzed cornstarch). This is a high glycemic starch and will wang your blood sugar around and promote fat gain. Verra bad.
Check out MRP's (Meal Replacement Powders) like Prolab's Lean Mass Matrix. It is more expensive but much, much healthier.
I recommend the Cinnamon Oatmeal. They also make a low carb MRP (or you could just use less powder), but I don't think it's quite as yummy.
make that "of " the spokesperson selection process..sorry
Any apology would only be the result of pressure from Slim Fast and she will still continue to use her celebrity status to promote her "values". No, I am done spending one more dime on ANYTHING that Whoopi Goldberg is associated with.
Now that's very interesting. If Whoopi is touting a product on the public ariwaves that has no known weight loss benefit, then she and the company might be liable for false product advertising.
Since Unilever is a publicly held company, the SEC might be interested in false claims that could adversely affect shareholders.
Finally, if Whoppi's claiming she lost weight using the product, we need to have proof. Where are the medical records and signed affidavits that she did, in fact, use this product, and that she actually did lose weight?
We should remind them that there is a new saying about to become internationally know by everyone:
SlimFast loves SlimeFest.
Kerry could be seen laughing uproariously during part of Goldberg's tirade - and neither he nor Edwards voiced a single objection to its tone when they spoke to the crowd.
They hailed the fund-raiser as a great event.
Edwards said it was "a great honor" to be there and insisted, "This campaign will be a celebration of real American values."
The nasty anus-mouth WhooPIG has been spewing her visceral hatred of the president and conservatives and Republicans for quite some time now.
You people are just catching on?
Oh boy. Hellman's mayonaise? I searched, so maybe Best Foods mayo is no longer owned by the same company. That would stink. Lipton tea, Wishbone dressing, Surf detergent, Snuggle fabric softener, Pond's, Lux, Dove. It seems that Unilever does most of it's business in Europe, though.
This calls for a carefully crafted response.
How about Atkins? Do they give to the Dems?
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