Poor Moms Demand Action.

They’ve had a bad few months, getting humiliated and embarrassed at every turn.

Those desperate, demanding moms have had multiple public relations disasters with Staples, including being escorted off the company’s headquarters property when they tried to present a handful of petitions.  (That was easy!)

Those bossy moms falsely claimed that they had convinced a Staples manager in Tennessee to post their store “NO GUNS”.

Their leader (“Take MEE to your LEE-DER!) Shannon Watts was smacked in recent days in front of a legislative committee in Indiana and days before that she was humiliated for posing with a pro-gun writer who was packing heat.  She would have faced less embarrassment if she’d walked out of the restroom with a length of toilet paper hanging out of the back of her pants.

Former Mayor Bloomberg has spent a lot of cash on the Moms and he’s not getting much for his money – except high-profile social media disasters.

The latest:  They claim it was their pressure that caused Lamar to pull down the Slidefire billboard in Chicago.


Sadly for the Moms, reality intruded into their make-believe world.

From Slide Fire:

We leased advertising space for the Chicago billboard to run for two months, and that time has come to an end. Removal of the billboard had nothing to do with negative pressure, but was simply due to the completion of the advertisement. We thank you all for your support, and encourage everyone to keep an eye out for more advertisements across the country in the coming months.

Next thing you know Moms will take credit for the sun rising in the east tomorrow morning.

3 thoughts on “DESCENT INTO IRRELEVANCY: Moms Demand Action”
  1. I’d like to give “mda” two letters to prefix their easy button, ” S L “. There is large openings for loud mouth nagging moms to pimp for Obamacare.

  2. Please edit: “…and he’s GOT getting much for his money…”. It took me a second to understand the meaning of this.

    Keep up the good work.
    Dennis in South Carolina, formerly from Illinois.

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