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08/01/2012

Concerned Women For America vs. Amazon

by Jeremy Hooper

Because the online giant dared to support those consumers who happen to value civil fairness for loving same-sex couples, the Concerned Women For America are "reminding" their supporters to shop elsewhere. Namely, CWA's own online shop:

While CWA does not participate in boycotts, we understand that the brazen, politically correct move of Amazon.com's founder and president may trouble some of our members and supporters. If you feel uneasy shopping at Amazon.com, we would like to take this opportunity to remind you that our own store, www.shopcwfa.org, carries over 170,000 Christian titles, and part of every purchase goes back to CWA so we can continue to be your voice on Capitol Hill and in the culture. [Concerned Women for America]

Ooh, I wonder if CWA would sell my book like Amazon does. I should ask.

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