NorthwestBoy1980 saidThey just want your money.
They can have it. I can easily remember a time...not too long ago...during prop 22 in California when not one corporation would openly support us. We did not even have any printed signs to fight against it because there was not enough money to do it. We had to make our own. And at that time, it was not easy to put signs up in front of our homes for those that did not live in heavily 'gay community' areas. That there are corporations that are openly supporting us to this degree is huge change!
Agreed. It is amazing how much (genuine) cynicism is in the word "just." Does Allstate want my money? Yes. Does it "just" want my money? Well, they wouldn't have made that commercial, right? How do I know that? Because there are plenty of other U.S. corporations who "just" want my money... and haven't made that commercial.
There's nothing wrong with them wanting my money; they're a business: but they've clearly thought about it and want more than "just" my money. Have you thought about the number of their clients who might call and say they no longer want to do business with the "fag insurance company"???? AllState has thought about that, too; and we've seen their decision.