Even if millions of people participated, there still would be hundreds of millions of people who did not participate for reasons having nothing to do with whether they supported the philosophy behind the boycott. The impact would be barely noticeable, and the movement would be derided as empty.More here.
That is the difference between a protest and a boycott. A national protest involving a million people is a big deal and huge success. A national strike involving a million people is an abysmal failure. Choose your political weapon carefully.
Want to do something productive around the time of the State of the Union address? Start organizing against Democrats who vote in favor of Obamacare. All politics is local, and we need to start now to vote the bums out.
Arguments in favor here and here.
William makes a good argument, although I can see why folks might favor a national strike against the administration: Folks are tired of getting the fist:
See also, "Merry Fist-mas Media Matters… No, We’re Not Finished Yet."