CREDO: the only progressive phone company
Do you not support or oppose the following: the Tea Party, the war in Iraq, FOX NEWS, and/or eliminating PBS and other public media?
You may be surprised to learn that your choice of cell phone isn't neutral. For example, did you know that AT&T has contributed to right-wing politicians working against your values?
Did you know that Verizon supports and donates to those causes? Verizon donated to the campaigns of Tea Party-backed Senators Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Mike Lee and Pat Toomey. AT&T and Verizon Wireless contributed $386,000 and $35,500 respectively to members of the House Tea Party Caucus in the 2010 elections — most of whom are climate change deniers, voted to repeal health care reform, and have cosponsored a bill that would redefine rape. Verizon fought hard against net neutrality, going so far as to sue the Federal Communications Commission in January to eliminate rules protecting an open internet. And Verizon once rejected NARAL Pro-Choice America's request to send text messages on the Verizon network, saying it had a right to block messages it deemed "controversial or unsavory."
There does exist another company out there who does not support any of the above. CREDO is the only progressive phone company in America.
CREDO supports NPR and PBS and public media. CREDO has donated more than $65 million since 1985 to nonprofits like Planned Parenthood, Media Matters for America and Democracy Now. If you join now, CREDO will make donations to NPR and you will join the fight against the Tea party and the radical right.