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02/06/2012

Video: Starbucks won't have Bob Vander Plaats to kick around anymore; Harumph

by Jeremy Hooper

Of course Starbucks didn't really say that "God's design for marriage is bad for families." But that doesn't stop moral values guy Bob Vander Plaats from putting that direct quote in the company's mouth anyway:

Really, Bob? Starbucks "went so far as to say that" quote that you put in the company's java-loving mouth? Yeah? Alright, then show me where, big guy.

You can just send me that direct quote whenever you get a chance. I'll be at a Starbucks on West 57th St. drinking as many Venti drinks as I can stomach.

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*And of course, true to form, The Family Leader has quietly yanked the video without comment. I'll try to find a backup copy somewhere.

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