Target's not gonna have Peter LaBarbera to kick around anymore; harumph
Peter LaBarbera, vocal Chick-fil-A supporter that he is, can't believe that a company like Target would dare to advertise in a "blasphemous" (read: inclusive) way:
"So, once again, American consumers are going to face a choice," he notes. "Do we spend a lot of money at Target or not. Do we patronize a business that celebrates counterfeit marriage, as blasphemous as that is, attaching the noble institution of marriage to homosexuality, or do we take our business elsewhere?"
"It has a family image, and so to all of the sudden have two guys in a sort of a marital type embrace saying, 'Be yourself, together,' promoting homosexual so-called marriage, it's just a very risky thing to do," the AFTAH president asserts. "I hope that it doesn't pay off for this company or any company that embraces homosexuality." [ONN]
Catch that last line? It's not just about marriage—it's about "promoting homosexuality." Which of course actually means accepting homosexuality.
People like Peter are feeling really emboldened right now. Loose lips = a public who is really starting to see what the "pro-family" agenda is all about.
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