Target recently came under fire for giving money to a conservative Minnesota group that is supporting an anti-gay-rights candidate. Facing threats of a consumer boycott, Target CEO Greg Steinhafel asserted that "Target's political donations are intended to support business objectives such as job creation and economic growth."
Now that the Supreme Court has opened up a new frontier of direct corporate contributions to political campaigns, I can think of a few companies that might be eager to support Scott Walker for reasons of job creation and economic growth:
Cooper Safety Supply
If Walker's campaign moves quickly, they could probably score some dough to use in ads before the primary. Think of the product placement opportunities.
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