We boycott these anti Prop 8 supporters in the movie industry. Their livelihoods are possible with our money. If they are unwilling to allow a debate on ideas, then they can wallow in their self-pity. But I for one will do all my power to stop funding these pro-gay groups.
So if the list of groups and entities that support anti prop 8 groups becomes available, then I will plan my purchases accordingly. These scum only have the power we give them, so lets take it away from them.
The U.S. automobile manufacturers support them.
But, if you live in California, you cannot always boycott Pacific Gas and Electric or Pacific Bell depending on where you live.
Working Assets long distance is one you can avoid. I don't know about ATT or Sprint, but Working Assets is definately one to avoid.
Some interesting things are discernible using this tool: there was a lot of out-of-state money opposing Prop 8.
We’re in SoCal. There have been a bunch of demonstrations down here. Since Prop 8 passed by a majority, we have a majority. If we all act separately, we have no power. But if we Catholics band together with the Mormon Churches and anyone else who worked hard to fight Sodomite Marriage, we will have the wherewithall to fight this. Think medieval city behind a wall.
“They came for the Mormons, but I was not a Mormon, so I did nothing.”
AND we have to fight, not re-act. And it’s not really just in California — they’ve attacked the Mormon Church in SLC and that church back in Minnesota? Wisconsin?
Curious, isn’t it? as someone posted a few days ago — you don’t see the gays attacking any mosques, although you can bet the Muslims fought this measure too. I just wonder why...