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07/21/2010

Breaking: AFA to get caulk and fertilizer elsewhere

by Jeremy Hooper

Personally, I probably wouldn't have used "the" in the url, since most people simply call the stores "Home Depot." But then again, I probably wouldn't have used even one word of the American Family Association's new boycott url, since I prefer to let the store's Philips Head screwdrivers be the ones acting like discriminatory tools:

The goal of every homosexual organization supported by The Home Depot is to get homosexual marriage legalized. BoycottTheHomeDepot.com provides just a glimpse of how broad its support for the homosexual movement is. The Home Depot says it is committed to furthering the homosexual agenda.
AFA makes it official: Don't shop at The Home Depot [AFA]

Though this particular shutout shouldn't affect the AFA all that much, since neither house of cards nor straw men require all that many building materials.

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