Rush Limbaugh is right yet again, and after three decades he is only showing signs of a want for more. NetFlix quarter earnings reports fell way below expectations, and they seem to fail at possessing a clue as to why. Two months ago, they announced signing a contract with Mr. & Mrs. Soetoro and their two adopted children.
Boycotts is the economic equivalent of "an eye for an eye" and as the saying goes, it only leaves everyone blind. Liberty minded people should work on being better than the statists, the ignorant plebeians, and District of Columbia . Responding to a negative issue with more negativity only breeds more negativity, and a worse situation over all; In contrast, by making the choice to be positive we have the chance of making the situation better.
That is why my Netflix subscription is still active. However, by the Lady, they should listen to this. Fire Susan Rice, and terminate whatever the contract is with the Soetoro family. Wall Street may have liked it, but your audience has already shown you that a significant portion of your subscribers reject it.
This is another great example why 'people and companies in entertainment should avoid favoring any major political' icon. In general they should avoid getting into any of District of Columbia's Comedy of Errors. The Dixie Chicks, and the all too common compulsion to talk about politics, is another great example of why all souls who make a living in entertainment and customer service in general should avoid even the hint of politics.
Netflix may can claim that the shows made by the Soetoro's are not politics all it wants. The reality is that everything is politics, it relates to how they choose to live their life. Does Joe and Jane claim more than two social identities? When face with a problem does Joe and Jane call for help, and wait for someone to "save them"?  Does Joe and Jane give to charity?
The second question is making the presumption that Joe and Jane have skills that can solve said problem. The third question is something statists try to hide, but they rarely if ever give to charity. If one was being honest with themselves and you, it would be because they view the Government as a giant charity and that is the purpose of tax revenue.
What is worse the way Netflix describes the Soetoro Family coming this November, screams of politics. The American Citizens have grow weary and tired of Soetoro's eight years of double talk and vague promises such as "Hope and Change".  He already taught us to ask "Hope for what...?... and changing to what...?..."
So Netflix, please listen to us and cut them out before the cancerous tumor, that you have let grow into you, before it is able to cause any further damage your company.