The King of Beers

Budweiser is not wearing any clothes

That’s a crock Barack

Get ready to gag.

We used to respect Anheuser-Busch for their patriotic symbology — the Clydesdales trotting through the snow dressed in Christmas trappings and white powder flakes sweeping up to collect in the form of bubbles in your glass.

We were proud to be Americans and saw it every year during halftime at The Super Bowl being giddy and laughing and not being able to await the next TV commercial.

Not any more.

The National Football League has enjoyed tax-free status and has been the platform for guzzling Budweiser swill for decades. Until now.

And it tastes like urine left in the toilet overnight.

What do we want? AMERICA

When do we want it? NOW

Budweiser has ONE CHANCE to redeem itself. #BOYCOTTNFL #BOYCOTTSUPERBOWL

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