Melaleuca Call-Centers Staffed Minors in Anti-Obama Effort

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Romney National Finance Co-Chair and Melaleuca CEO, Frank VanderSloot is using his resources for the promotion for partisan political flyers* circulated in at least four Eastern Idaho public high schools late October.

The American’s for Prosperity branded flyers were specifically targeting teens at $10 an hour to staff Melaleuca’s Idaho Falls and Rexburg call centers to make political phone calls to swing state voters with an anti-Obama message under the guise of a survey.

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Karma catches up with Romney finance co-chair Frank VanderSloot

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Frank VanderSloot, Melaleuca, Inc. CEO and co-chair for Finance for the Mitt Romney for President Campaign, got spanked with the truth on MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show on Friday when she took the billionaire to the woodshed over attempts to squash free speech in Idaho.

Maddow also introduced the nation to former Idaho Falls Post-Register reporter Peter Zuckerman who was the victim of a VanderSloot vendetta for his award winning reporting that exposed the cover up of Boy Scout leader and child molester Bradley Stowell by Mormon Church leaders who ran the camp.

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VanderSloot’s tactics get national scrutiny

Glenn Greenwald, Jody May-Chang, ACLU, Idaho, Salon.com

Glenn Greenwald, Salon.com contributor and Constitutional litigator, pulled out both barrels to take aim at the actions of Frank VanderSloot, CEO of Melaluca, Inc., and his legal team of attack dogs.

Greenwald, who was in Boise recently to speak at the annual Bill of Rights dinner sponsored by the ACLU in Idaho, took time to visit with me after his presentation to hear about the ongoing actions of VanderSloot against the LGBT community, free speech, and hounding by his legal team to silence his critics.

With the documentation I provided to him and the intense research he compiled on his own, he posted a blazing article on Salon.com that speaks to the heart of what Idaho bloggers, news organizations, and national media outlets have confronted when bullied by VanderSloot and his lawyers.

I would like to personally thank Glenn and Salon.com for their brilliant journalism and their willingness to stick their necks out in support of me and this vital issue so aggressively.

Their commitment to First Amendment and good journalism is the standard that all bloggers, journalists and media outlets should aspire too.