The shared values statement could well have been left unsaid. Even CEOs are entitled to be stupid from time to time.
I don't ever remember Ellen being "in your face", even when she was defending herself against attacks. She is one of the most kind, generous, respectful and loving celebrities of this day. If those are the values JCP is talking about, where is the problem?
My problem is I don’t care for Ellen. You may think all those positive things about her, but I don’t. Others don’t either. We are entitled to opinion as much as you are.
She also had the Mooochelle on the other day and was fawning over her.
There are so many other people that JC Penny could have picked, but they did something stupid and picked a person sure to cause notice. Maybe it will be popular with some liberals. However, it isn’t with me or my family. To be honest, we’d rather they lower prices or improve quality than spend money on a “spokesperson”.
when my MIL stops watching her then we know she is a talentless woman who has been pushing her homosexual too much.
MIL saw her and heard her make some disgusting comments to another woman , and that was it, no more of the pro homo woman who likes to call conservatives haters.
Let her show lie Rosie go to crap and that will teach the left that their agenda is not popular.
I for one don’t even have that channel on because I do not want to add to her viewership
Back in her Heche days, when she first came out publicly, Ellen DeGeneres was 24/7 in your face proclaiming her lesbianism. You couldn’t go to the supermarket checkout without seeing some loud headline featuring one or the other or both of them, mostly DeGeneres. She eventually cut back on that, but for a while it was beyond tiresome.
There have been no corresponding tabloids proclaiming DeGeneres’s kindness, generosity, respectfulness nor lovingness, casting her as a Latter Day Oprah. So, the ‘values’ she’d be most noted for are those of the gay lifestyle. THAT is where the problem lies, apparently for many. Personally, I could care less in this instance. I neither watch “Ellen” nor shop at JCP, and its spokesman would have little to do with whether I chose to shop there or not.