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06/15/2012

Brian protects sanctity of Franken Berry

by Jeremy Hooper

Do LGBT people, their supporters, and their children not buy and/or consume cereal and other General Mills products? Brian Brown apparently doesn't think so. In reaction to the news that General Mills opposes the Minnesota marriage amendment, the National Organization For Marriage president weighs in with this:

"This will go down as one of the dumbest corporate PR stunts of all time. It's ludicrous for a big corporation to intentionally inject themselves into a divisive social issue like gay marriage. It's particularly dumb for a corporation that makes billions selling cereal to the very people they just opposed." [via Joe.My.God]

I mean yeah, Brian and his movement are known for selling puffed air to the masses. But that doesn't mean only his crowd buys cereal!

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