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15 March 2006

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Roger Pollard

With all the death and starvation happening all around the world, all the christian fundamentalists can do is boycott Ford because of where they advertise? Now, I may not be the brightest crayon in the box, but can someone enlighten me as to why this picture is so whack? If they channeled this much energy into relief for Darfur or Niger, wouldn't that be more compatible with their religious tenets?

ricardo

here they go again.....meanwhile at MOMA, Ford has the family hour with various productions represented by creators/artists who were homosexualists themselves....is AFA going to boycott MOMA through Ford....and other activities related to the arts since there are -- Lord knows -- how many faggots who have created works since time immemorial without the primary focus of their personal agenda, if/when they had one, of gay marriage, gay marriage, gay marriage.

note: http://www.moma.org/education/family.html

also, to quote, "The goal of every homosexual organization supported by Ford is to get homosexual marriage legalized," the AFA said.

with so much information out there, and i mean SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much OUT there.....they'd realize and recognize that there are so many other facets to queer culture than simply gay marriage, gay marriage, gay marriage........oh we're ***stutter, stutter, gasp, gasp*** frightened by this recognizable shift in contemporary culture. meanwhile, panic and phobia misguide you from any illuminated text as there is so much more to the larger picture.

nOva

it's so strange how you brought up vegas. Me and the bf are planning on going there next month...

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