LOMA Dollars


As the economic slowdown continues, selective buying by LOMAs will have an important impact. In the last election cycle, an activist website called “buyblue” put together a list of favorability ratings for businesses, and encouraged their supporters to do business with the higher rated companies.

They have since taken down their list, but it was saved by a pro-McCain website. As the companies with the highest “buy blue” rating have chosen sides in the political struggle, I think it is important to remind them that business is not an entitlement program. If they want conservative customers, they need to earn their business.

Here is the list. Remember, the higher the rating, the more favorable to liberal causes they are.

LOMA Says: “Whenever Possible – – Shop Accordingly.”

BLUEST (liberal) COMPANIES

Aloha Air Group, Inc. 100%
American Apparel, LLC 100%
Barnes & Noble, Inc. 100%
Diamond Resorts International 100%
Foot Locker, Inc 100%
Frederick’s of Hollywood, Inc. 100%
Google Inc. 100%
Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. 100%
IAC/InterActiveCorp 100%
Loews Hotels Holding Corporation 100%
Myriad Restaurant Group, Inc. 100%
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation 100%
Powell’s Books, Inc. 100%
Progressive Corporation 100%
Recreational Equipment, Inc. 100%
Sonic Corp. 100%
SPS Studios, Inc. 100%
Starbucks Corporation 100%
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. 100%
Working Assets Funding Service, Inc. 100%
Apple Computer, Inc. 99%
Costco Wholesale Corporation 99%
Amerada Hess Corporation 98%
Bed, Bath & Beyond Inc 97%
L.L. Bean, Inc. 97%
Hyatt Hotels and Resorts 93%
Sharper Image Corporation 93%
Signet Group plc 93%
E. & J. Gallo Winery 92%
Hilton Hotels Corporation 84%
Crate and Barrel (Euromarket Designs Inc.) 83%
Estee Lauder Companies Inc., The 80%
Gap Inc. 77%
JetBlue Airways Corporation 75%
Netflix, Inc 72%
The Robert Mondavi Corporation 62%

Triarc Companies, Inc. 59%
Brown-Forman Corporation 57%
eBay Inc. 57%
Sun Microsystems, Inc. 57%
VF Corporation 57%
Foster’s Group Limited 53%
CVS Corporation 51%
UAL Corporation 51%
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WHITEST (neutral) COMPANIES

Ann Taylor Stores Corporation 50%
Ansell Healthcare Incorporated 50%
BJ’s Wholesale Club, Inc. 50%
Borders Group, Inc. 50%
Church & Dwight Co., Inc. 50%
CompUSA Inc. 50%
Fry’s Electronics, Inc. 50%
Hard Rock Cafe International, Inc. 50%
Kmart Holding Corporation 50%
Lindt & Sprungli AG 50%
MetroPCS Communications, Inc. 50%
Royal Philips Electronics N.V. 50%
SSL International plc 50%
Toys ”R” Us, Inc. 50%
Trader Joe’s Company, Inc. 50%
True Value Company 50%
Visa International 50%
Whole Foods Market, Inc. 50%
Wild Oats Markets, Inc. 50%
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REDDEST (conservative) COMPANIES

Yahoo! Inc. 47%
Alaska Air Group, Inc. 45%
American Express Company 45%
AMR Corporation 45%
The Wine Group, Inc. 45%
AT&T Corp. 44%
Delta Air Lines, Inc. 43%
Microsoft Corporation 43%
Amazon.com, Inc. 41%
Hewlett-Packard Company 41%
Blockbuster Inc. 40%
Constellation Brands, Inc. 39%
Rite Aid Corporation 39%
BP PLC 38%
Burger King Corporation 35%
Sprint Corporation 35%
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company 35%
Walgreen Co. 35%
Sears, Roebuck and Co. 34%
Verizon Communications Inc. 34%
Northwest Airlines Corporation 32%
Safeway Inc. 30%
Ford Motor Company 28%
Motorola, Inc. 28%
T-Mobile International AG & Co. KG 28%
Guess?, Inc 27%
Continental Airlines, Inc. 25%
InterContinental Hotels Group PLC 25%
Procter & Gamble Company 23%
Longs Drug Stores Corporation 22%
May Department Stores Company 22%
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. 22%
YUM! Brands, Inc. 21%
Campbell Soup Company 20%
Home Depot, Inc. 18%
Southwest Airlines Co. 18%
Marriott International, Inc. 17%
Shell Oil Company 17%
Target Corporation 17%
Brinker International, Inc. 16%
EarthLink, Inc. 16%
Helzberg Diamonds 16%
Limited Brands, Inc. 16%
Molson Coors Brewing Company 16%
Staples, Inc. 16%
American Greetings Corporation 15%
Hallmark Cards, Inc. 14%
Ahold USA, Inc. 13%
Dell Inc. 12%
J. C. Penney Company, Inc. 12%
Kroger Co. 12%
Office Depot, Inc. 12%
OfficeMax Incorporated 12%
Publix Super Markets, Inc. 12%
Zale Corporation 12%
Saks Incorporated 11%
Circuit City Stores, Inc. 10%
Darden Restaurants, Inc. 9%
Urban Outfitters, Inc. 6%
Wendy’s International, Inc. 6%
Geico 5%
Hershey Foods Corporation 5%
CBRL Group, Inc. 4%
McDonald’s Corporation 4%
Outback Steakhouse, Inc. 2%
Raley’s Inc. 1%
Best Buy Co., Inc. 0%
Cintas Corporation 0%
CSS Industries, Inc. 0%
Dollar General Corporation 0%
Fruit of the Loom 0%
Kohl’s Corporation 0%
Lowe’s Companies, Inc. 0%
Nordstrom, Inc. 0%
PETsMART, Inc. 0%
Russell Stover Candies Inc. 0%

15 Responses

  1. You need to add Heinz/Del Monte to that list. Owned by Kerry/Pelosi. I don’t know where they rank, but they deserve the top spot.

  2. Your info is inaccurate. This list is a few years old and is only reliable with up to date information. The ratings were based on contributions to Dem/Rep campaigns. These numbers could have changed and likely did. You should do some research into what the donation spread is between the two parties, then you could have your own buyred.com. People would love you. Women would flock.

  3. People would love you. Women would flock.
    Men want to be me. Fish fear me.

  4. can’t get the vid to load. I’ll have to check it later.

  5. I emailed it to you earlier. You will really like it. It’s also at my place and swampie’s.

  6. The Magic Mulatto wants you. Change… Obama Announces Creation Of His Marxist Youth Corps

    When you are forced to work for no pay, that’s imprisonment.

  7. I saw that, Robert D. Hopiness +Changiness=Dopiness.

    BTW, saw that video late last night, when I got home. Pretty good rant, IMHO.

  8. Zo needs to get involved on a national scale. He makes a lot of sense.

  9. Unh hunh. Forced servitude without pay is called “slavery”. Pretty ironic that slavery is being instituted by a black president, ain’t it?

  10. Excellent observation, Swampie.

  11. I wonder if only typical white people will have to serve?

  12. Wuh oh. I picked up a huge load of pumpkins for feed, and grandsons want me to carve all thousands of them into jack-o-lanterns. Now. This morning. Before breakfast.

  13. *sigh* Can’t put it off any longer.

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