— janekleeb (@janekleeb) December 5, 2012
The groups are currently raising money to get the campaign on national television.
Eco-zealots are lapping it up:
now that’s a hashtag i can dig #ExxonHatesYourChildren
— Kelly Pope (@pope_yes) December 5, 2012
— Zack Malitz (@ZackMalitz) December 5, 2012
— Samantha Harris (@Samantha_Lacey) December 5, 2012
— Katie Redford (@KatieRedford86) December 5, 2012
Actually, that’s not really fair. Exxon doesn’t hate your children, they just don’t give a shit about them, or anything but their profits.
— Brian (@bridoc) December 5, 2012
For a group so hell-bent on clean energy, it sure loves dirty politics.
Exxon has responded to the ad:
“The campaign is offensive to the thousands of ExxonMobil employees and contractors who work hard every day to deliver an essential product in a safe and environmentally responsible way,” the company said in a statement Wednesday.
“Energy use and climate change are critically important challenges facing society that won’t be resolved with media campaigns that rely on provocative language and false allegations,” Exxon said.