Skip to comments.Taking a Powerful Stand - Walking the Talk with Our Wallets (Vanity)
Posted on 03/11/2012 5:49:57 AM PDT by fwdude
(Excerpt) Read more at hrc.org ...
I am always absolutely shocked when I learn what some of my mainstay, long-time vendors now support: homosexual activism up to pretending that same-sex employees are "married" and providing "gender-reassignment" "surgery" to psychotic associates. The AFA has done a good job of exposing the most egregious examples of perversion affirmation in large companies, but I've always wanted a more exhaustive list in order to direct my hard earned dollars away FROM perversion-supporting organization and TO family values-affirming businesses.
Forgive the reference, but the HRC has published a useful list of companies across various industries, ranking them as to their homosexual "friendliness." I strongly encourage everyone to avail themselves of this list in making the decision of whether to support the stated homosexual agenda of subverting our culture, or to reaffirm family as nature and God intended.
I have already made several relatively easy, and some drastic changes, whether just changing the brand of gas I buy (Exxon/Mobil, which has a negative rating by the HRC) to whom I bank with or from whom I buy insurance (just dumped Progressive, which ranked at 90% with HRC.) Even if you have to pay a bit more and drive a little further, it is incumbent upon us to engage this battle, or die.
I didn’t really want to hang around there too long. Did you download the PDF?
No, I didn’t know you could get a hard copy. I don’t like going there either. Thinking about prodding the AFA into putting out a similar list.
J Crew only had a rating of 30 but their clothes are so gay.
Buy Snap-on tools, not Craftsman, Sears is 100%, no wonder they are going broke. Campbell’s soup gets 100%.
I doubt the will bother discussing the recent case of Iraqui youths being stoned to death because they dressed too western.
Thanks for the link. Now I have the necessary tools to avoid anyone who would support degenerate activities ;-)
I was a bit suprised by some on the list and not by others. A lot seemed to be the size of the company and the type of business. Very big companies CYA and like to cover all the bases, they also get infiltrated easier I think.