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09/20/2006

WND Poll: Our planned store, 'Pride flags for WorldNet readers,' not the best of ideas

by Jeremy Hooper

From a WorldNetDaily poll gauging readers' support of gay-friendly companies (results as of 10 AM):

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Though considering this is the same WorldNetDaily who encourages commerce with claims such as:
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..and frank pitches like:
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...we're not surprised our merchant support differs from their own readers.

But don't for a second, WND readers, think that companies are just "bending over" and taking the right-encouraging meat of "so few" militant activists. Instead, they are opening their eyes and realizing that demonizing a population sect , no matter how small or large, is a f***ed up concept to which they don't want their name attached.

How does corporate support for the homosexual agenda impact your buying decisions? [WND poll]

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