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Posted on 07/22/2010 12:35:10 PM PDT by Houmatt
BOYCOTT! The Home Depot promotes the homosexual agenda For several years, The Home Depot has given its financial and corporate support to open displays of homosexual activism on main streets in America's towns.
Rather than remain neutral in the culture war, The Home Depot has chosen to sponsor and participate in numerous gay pride parades and festivals. Most grievous is The Home Depot's deliberately exposing small children to lascivious displays of sexual conduct by homosexuals and cross-dressers, which are a common occurrence at these events.
Judge for yourself by reviewing the photos below, taken during recent homosexual events sponsored by The Home Depot. Should The Home Depot be helping advance the homosexual agenda? And more importantly, will you choose to boycott The Home Depot?
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“You can screw it, we can help”
This is not necessary. When you go to Home Depot:
a. They don’t have it.
b. They can’t find it.
c. They have no idea what you are talking about.
d. That aisle is closed because they are restocking.
Lowe’s for us!
Why would I boycott Home Depot? I love fighting my way thru a horde of illegals at the entrance.
“This is an inclusion issue with Home Depot” - June 22, 2010
“At the end of the day here, we’re not going to send anything out that forbids our associates to be involved in these pride festivals in any way.” - July 15, 2010
“The bottom line is, it just runs counter to our inclusive culture and that’s the word I’m getting back and thats where we stand.” - July 15, 2010
Faggotry is one thing, bad writing is another.
I should believe bad things about one entity because another entity writes double-poorly about it?
Honestly. Look at that text and tell me it’s legitimate.
Judging by the fact that post 3 was removed I guess I won’t say it.....
Home depot is completely useless anyway and now I know about this I will never go there and give them my money
Go to the website and look at the pictures. The proof is in the pudding.
Kind of a parallel to various entertainers with an inability to “...shut up and sing.” It would seem wise from a business perspective to focus on what they do - and a lot less on what is likely to alienate / disturn customers. A customer niche of a small percent is simply not worth the larger percent.
Admins is this a more quality post?
I already boycott Home Depot.
They were installing “shelters’ in the parking lots of their So Calif stores to protect the ‘day workers (illegals)’ from the weather—rain in winter,,,,,,sun in summer.
Many of these shelters took up as many as 6 ++ spaces.
I told one store manager that Home Depot was proving to be part of the problem of illegal intruders....they were not part of the solution.
Told him to enjoy that money I just spent at Home Depot—it would be the very last money I spent inside a Home Depot.
That was in the early 1990’s.
Still won’t enter a Home Depot. Lowe’s is much nicer to me.
Did I mention that they are over-priced :-)!
That assumes you will find someone to ask. I avoid them for that reason. Lowe’s folks ask you if you’ve found what you want and can they help. Love Lowe’s. sd
I’m not too pleased with Home Depot - everything I buy there seems to break within 6 months. I believe, but have no evidence, that even the big brands like Delta, Rubbermaid, etc... have cheaper versions of the same product, made just for Home Depot.
Add in the gay-thing, and I’ll stick with the family-run run local hardware store down the street.
I already do.
There are currently seven affinity groups and in addition to the support provided by the Diversity and Inclusion organization, each group is supported by an executive sponsor. The groups are:
* AA Pulse (African American) * Hispanics Organized for Growth and Responsibility Affinity Group HOGAR (Hispanic) * The Home Depot Pride (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender) * Limitless (Disabled) * Pan-Asian WAVES (Asian American) * Orange Shield (Military) * Womens Link (Women)