Skip to comments.Expedia video 'Find Your Understanding' depicts dad's trip to lesbian daughter's same-sex wedding
Posted on 10/04/2012 11:54:08 AM PDT by Uncle Slayton
Every trip is unique. On this trip, Artie Goldstein travels across the country to attend his daughter's same-sex wedding, a journey that will test him, challenge him, and ultimately change him in unexpected ways
he must have compromised his views and now thinks it’s just fantastic. if he had not accpeted it as great, they woild have done a total hit piece on the guy and the headline would not have nearly been as ‘nice’ as it was.
Who cares, the “Marriage” will only last a year or 2 anyway.
Yet another company to boycott
They can let the 1% keep them in business
I’ll have to Google them to find out what products/services to avoid.
Aha. Vacation tickets. No wonder I’m unfamiliar with them. I haven’t flown since the TSA took over the show.
Two weeks ago, I took a trip to my daughter’s wedding. Only, her husband was male and wearing Army dress blues. I guess I’ll have to find my understanding somewhere else.
“On this trip, Artie Goldstein travels across the country to attend his daughter’s same-sex wedding, a journey that will test him, challenge him, and ultimately change him in unexpected ways”
People who write this way should be punched in the face until they stop.
100% of the writers I’ve known to use this style are worthless, mealy-mouthed whiners.
Oh no, you understood perfectly...and you raised a daughter who understands too. Congratulations!
i care, they push an agenda with this crap and show that what the _right thing to do is for people to drop their core beliefs and embrace homosexuality. the first time’is the hardest. next it’s transgendered. not so hard to compromise the next time. plural mariage next. just kep being tolerant and accepting. can’t judge anyone. you do bad stuff too.
Congratulations to your daughter and new son in law. Seems the father in law may be a bit proud!
A few months ago I remember reading expedia did some pro-sodomy thing...I vowed never to use them after that. And I have kept my word.
Yes, we used them in the past...but no more.
Just like JC Penney. :)
Do you know if there is an online boycott list of companies that are anti-family or anti-American?