Ravco saidWell... good thing it's garbage. Nothing to give up for me. I will spread the word among my friends though. I hope this backfires on them. Large companies have got no business in social issues, it's bad business in the long run.
However it is alright for other companies to push the homosexual agenda? This is American and even if you don't agree with the companies practices or policies, they have just as much right to voice their opinion on public issues, even if they risk a boycott, like many of you are already doing with Chick-fil-a.
yeh, they have a right to do or say stupid things, and mixing business with religion or politics is one of the STUPIDEST THINGS any business could do, esp. when it comes to singling out a group of people who might be customers for hatred. And can you please name ONE company that 'pushes the homosexual agenda' what ever that is??? You are a fake profile and an idiot
There's quite a few that support the gay movement, though I'd hardly call it pushing an agenda. Any establishment that hosts a gaydays event down here (Disney, Universal, etc) or sets up a booth at a pride event could be seen as doing this. That's not to say they are exclusive to that, as I'm sure they support many different groups and many different events, but still to answer your question.
But yes any business who chastises a particular group is just shooting themselves in the foot and losing money and customers as a result.
I have to wonder how much more up in arms people would be about it if Chick Fila was openly anti-black or anti-jewish instead? They'd go down in flames in a heartbeat.