In truth, I didn't use either of the cards, and I rarely sold anything on the sellers account. Walmart won't care that they lost the $16,232.12 I have spent there on average per year since 1993. In actuality, the average would be much higher if I just counted the years that we have had a local Walmart, but my Quicken records go back to 1993.
You have to do something though. I'm not doing business with any company that jumped on the "horrible white Southerners" bandwagon. I'm making a serious effort to identify those, so not one cent of my money goes into their cash registers.
I can use Barnes and Nobles to buy books. I can go to Ingles and Home Depot to get what I used to buy at Walmart. If Jeep or anybody else I've bought from almost exclusively over the past 30 years gets on the leftard, Jesse Jackson band wagon, I'll quit buying from them too.
I won't make a dint to any of these corporations, which are international and deal in billions a year. But I will have the satisfaction of knowing I did something.
I wrote Fox News and told them I didn't appreciate that psychopath Juan Williams and his tirade against people like me. I don't need "O'Reily" calling the flag a "symbol of oppression." Nor do I need effeminate little Shepard Smith the Closet Democrat. I've about decided to stick to Al Jazzera, which is frankly and openly anti-American and left wing. Better the open enemy than the wolf in sheep's clothing that Fox is becoming.
To be angry about something without taking some kind of action is futile. Even if it's only a token resistance, people need to resist. You can't just be acquiescent, not if you want to enjoy any peace of mind.
No totalitarian state has ever succeeded in suppressing a minority culture completely, and that's about what I'm beginning to feel like. I notice white Southerners are much in demand in war time, when we furnish military personnel in numbers all out of proportion to the percentage of the national population Southerners represent.
Well, those that feel that way can go straight to Hades as far as I'm concerned.