Recently 2ndVote has been diving deep into the world of telecommunication companies and how they spend your consumer dollars. We released an article illustrating how AT&T supports numerous organizations that attack your religious liberties as well as other liberal groups which is why they score a 1 on the 2ndVote scale. We also released a look into Verizon that explains how funding infanticide and other leftist ideals leads to Verizon scoring a 1.7.
2ndVote philosophy states “By putting big business on watch through our extensive research on the most important issues of the day, our mission is to expose the corporate influence on matters of culture and policy and turn the tide on the attacks on conservative values and principles.” As well as expose corporations and organizations for funding liberal advocacy, 2ndVotes wants to give you options to spend your consumer dollars on companies that have values that align with yours. Unfortunately, sometimes there are not many neutral or conservative options in a certain field. When this is the case it is important to use 2ndVote’s research to find the company that is neutral on the specific issues that matter to you.
An example of making the best choice would be choosing Sprint over AT&T and Verizon because even though they do not score high on the 2ndVote scale, they are still a better option as a phone company. But, if you are looking for a telecommunication company that holds the same conservative values as you, we urge you to take a look at long time ally of 2ndVote: Patriot Mobile.
Patriot Mobile takes your consumer dollars and spends them on conservative organizations that share the same values as you. They score a 5 on the 2ndVote scoring system because of their contributions to groups such as The Heritage Foundation, NRA, and the Family Research Council. Patriot Mobile also subscribes to the same philosophy as 2ndVote because when they have to do business with other cellular companies they choose to work with Sprint. If you do choose to switch to Patriot Mobile, as always, tell them 2ndVote sent you.