Let me get this straight:
1. Whole Foods pretty much treats its employees exactly the way liberals want a company to*. (Please don't give me a link to any page that quotes the union organizers' words as gospel and accepts them uncritically.)
2. The CEO of Whole Foods writes in the New York Times that he doesn't believe in single-payer health care and essentially doesn't think the Obama plan will work.
3. Insisting that the CEO has a right to express an opinion, which he does, and you have a right to boycott, which you do, y'all are boycotting Whole Foods because their CEO wrote things you don't like, isn't standing with Obama, or however you choose to phrase it. Instead, you're shopping at farmer's markets (best option), Trader Joe's (second) or some supermarket that pays minimum wage but has a CEO who is smart enough not to piss off the "disagreement is treason" liberal establishment.
4. I guess my question boils down to this: Y'all are boycotting because the CEO spoke out against single-payer health care, right? And single payer health care has the government acting as the sole health insurer for the entire country.
So, if you get your single payer health care, and you're not happy with your insurance, who are you going to boycott?
who, all that said, really likes what Returning has to say about "Death Panels. CC had never really understood what people meant by that term and had assumed something more reasonable albeit still unpleasant.
*If you're about to make a joke in my comments about how you're boycotting Whole Foods because you never shop there because it is so expensive, consider that providing free health care for even part time employees ain't cheap. If you're not willing to pay higher grocery prices to shop someplace that gives this health coverage, pays a living wage, etc, why are you fighting for legislation that would but these expenses on your grocery and tax bill anyway?