Scalla-Cola er, ... Coke Lies again ...

 Several people have used the form at:

about Coke's support for King Roy's rag. They reply that their PAC's (political action committees) does not take positions on issues not related to the soft-drink industry. But the TRUTH is that Coke contributed at least $15,000 to the Georgia Business PAC for the specific purpose of supporting the TurnCoats who participated in King Roy's corruption.  For details on the Georgia Business Pac, click here. The Georgia Business PAC did NOT support anybody except TurnCoats!

This information can be confirmed from the PAC campaign fund reports from the Georgia Division of elections at:

The TRUTH is that Coke made commitments for campaign funding to entice legislators to steal Our Flag! Coke helped ram the ugliest rag in North America down the throats of Georgians!

Not only is Coke anti-Southern, but it is beginning to look like they are anti-Christian also. Perhaps they should read the Bible and look up the Ten Commandments. 

So when you drink Coke (as I have my whole life up until now), you are supporting the politically correct slander of Southern Heritage, supporting corruption in public office and encouraging corporations to lie to the public about their purchase of influence with elected officials.

A "form" reply received by several follows:

Thank you for contacting The Coca-Cola Company. We appreciate the opportunity to respond to you regarding the recent elections in Georgia. 

The members of the company's political action committee (PAC) have a long tradition of supporting candidates for elected office in Georgia who represent the best in good government, including both Democrats and Republicans. The PAC generally does not take positions on issues that are not specifically related to the soft drink industry. 

In the case of the Georgia flag, our PAC did support candidates who voted to change the flag, but the facts are clear that the PAC also supported many candidates who opposed the change. 

If you have any additional questions or comments, please visit our Web site again. 

Industry and Consumer Affairs 
The Coca-Cola Company 

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