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07/15/2014

AFA shows Burger King why pro-acceptance campaigns are needed

by Jeremy Hooper

The ever-hostile anti-LGBT organization threatens yet another American company for not being as disgustingly contemptuous as they are:

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Publicity blunder? Oh please! Even Chick-fil-A has admitted that embracing discrimination was a bad idea. Corporate America supports equality because it's the only marketable choice; corporate America supports equality because it's the only acceptable option.

The AFA's real issue is that they want to rule the kingdom, burger or otherwise. They tried. They and their tasteless discrimination failed.

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