Monday, March 26, 2012

Dumping Starbucks.

When I first heard about the dump Starbucks campaign I thought, Yeah right. As powerful as Starbucks is!

Now it looks like, not only is the "dump Starbucks" movement gaining traction, its gaining international traction.

I think that people are waking up to homofascism and fighting back. Are people getting tired of the glbt community's propaganda? Are people seeing through the misleading phrase "marriage equality," when the phrase should more accurately be "marriage redefining"?

More info here and here.


  1. So you think that people are waking up to "homofascism" and fighting back? Obviously you haven't been paying attention.

    Anti-LGBT campaigns fall into a pretty consistent pattern these days. Messages of hate directed at gay allies are met with an overwhelming outpouring of support. Following Starbucks' announcing public support for marriage equality, 25,000 people signed this "Dump Starbucks" campaign, which in turn inspired more than 600,000 people to sign on to a "Thank Starbucks" campaign.

    The group 'One Million Moms' tried to have Ellen Degeneres fired from her role as a spokesperson for JC Penny, but the public expressions of support JC Penny received following the Stand Up for Ellen campaign were so numerous that 'One Million Moms' announced they would be 'moving on to other things.'

    Trying to rally Americans around messages rooted in hate is a losing proposition. People just aren't buying the so-called christians message of hate anymore. They're standing up for equality. You just can't get any more American than that.

    When will the right learn that lesson? Probably not before finding themselves getting swept into history's figurative dustbin.

    1. Do you think that those who think that marriage is between one man and one woman are motivated by hate?


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