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03/19/2013

American Family Association goes after Amazon, Microsoft; both companies trembling, I'm sure

by Jeremy Hooper

Because of the two companies' prominent ads in support of marriage equality, the boycott-loving folks at the American Family Association are firing off angry form letters to two different corporate giants:

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Two companies promoting homosexual marriage [AFA Action]

Of course it's highly likely that the AFA staffers pecked out this form letter on a Microsoft-based unit, that they very well might of bought off of Amazon. Either way, they are certainly using both Facebook and Twitter to promote the campaign...

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…even though both of these two companies are on firm and full record in support of marriage equality.

What I'm saying, AFA, is that you might have to resort to smoke signals if you want to remain both outraged and logically consistent. Although one caveat: I do hear that even the majority of fire wood is now supportive of civil unions, at the very least.

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