This bit of unintentional fun is brought to you by the good advertising folks at HuffPo.
What I like most about the web it the ability to provide content specific advertising that, in this case, is out of context. Many of the comments heap scorn on Geico, though I don’t fault the company’s actions. What Douglas (aka Lance Baxter) did was stupid, as he admits, and Geico is correct in distancing itself.
Frankly, what bothers me most is that FreedomWorks, which received D.C.Douglas’ call privately, elected to make it public, including releasing Douglas’ home phone number and inviting its members to complain directly.
FreedomWorks Matt Kibbe has the gall to then complain about hate speech, noting a 9/11 bomb threat to Freedomworks he said media ignored, and to call for civil discourse. Was releasing Douglas’ home phone number civil? No.
No word yet from Douglas on the temper of those complaints Kibbie spurred on.