Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood Watchdog Releases New List of Corporate Supporters
Posted on 01/03/2008 12:25:30 PM PST by SErtelt
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- A leading pro-life group that monitors Planned Parenthood and companies that support the nation's largest abortion business has released a new list of corporate supporters.
Life Decisions International says 160 companies have stopped backing the pro-abortion group since its boycotts began.
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“Several companies appeared on the boycott list for the first time include the Carlson Companies, which oversees numerous well-known hotel chains such as Country Inns & Suites, Park Inn, Park Plaza, Radisson, and Regent.”
Guess a lot of unprotected sex goes on at these establishments.
I only found three - Disney (always in controversy), Chevron (only clean station in town), and the Cowboys (since they’re only on the NFL channel, they’re going to lose fans anyway).
I’m sorry but you have to pay money to get the list, no thanks. If they were really concerned it would be public information and free.
Also what is their criteria for claiming a business supports Planned Parenthood?
Steven, thanks for putting this list out and EVERYTHING else you do.
Happy New Year
I sent the list out to my e-mail list. Easiest to avoid for me is TGI Fridays and to continue my inter-family campaign against Disney. I’m trapped with Bank of America for now, but will say that NO ONE is losing anything by choosing not to do business with them. They are hideously uncaring when they make mistakes and give nothing to the customer.
Go Redskins INDEED!!
If it was free, they’d have NO money to do all the work it takes to put this list together. The website explains it. Seems alright to give a partial list and charge for the full one.
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