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Friday, March 28, 2008

Wildmon Watch: NoNeck Now Goes After GM


Donald Wildmon does not know when to quit.
Still under the delusion that he beat Ford in fighting the "Gay Agenda," he is now going after General Motors. Or, more accuratly, the No-Necked bottom-feeder just now discovered that GM has ALSO been supporting dem dastartly Sodomites!
To wit:

General Motors Supports The Gay Agenda
General Motors has made a
decision to help promote the homosexual agenda. The automaker supports the gay
agenda with advertising in homosexual publications and on the gay TV cable
channel LOGO. GM's Cadillac regularly places full-page ads in The Advocate, a
magazine dedicated to pushing the homosexual agenda. The LOGO TV network carries
programs promoting the lifestyle. Jon Brancheau, director of media operations
for Saturn (a subsidiary of General Motors), left no doubt about General Motors'
support for the homosexual lifestyle. In a letter to someone who complained
about GM's sponsorship of an episode of the LOGO program "Adam and Steve," Mr.
Brancheau wrote.
"Given that this film aired on the LOGO network, which is
widely know(n) to offer content oriented for a gay, lesbian, bisexual and
transgender audience, we feel comfortable with our decision to advertise during
LOGO's broadcast of the film." (Full letter.) Mr. Brancheau's comments make it
very clear that GM knew the content and nature of the programs on LOGO, and they have no reservations about sponsoring the "Steve and Adam" program and
supporting the homosexual network. Take Action

GM is blocking our e-mails. (Smart Move!) They don't want to
receive them. Therefore, we are asking individuals to sign the petition. We will then deliver the
petitions to GM. We will provide only your name and state.
Forward this to
family and friends and ask them to send the e-mail.


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Here is hoping that when he finally makes it to the Renniassance Center, he is welcomed in the way he is most deserving....being lassoed and dragged out of the building by a Hummer H2.
Well, keep you posted.

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