Thursday, June 29, 2006

Wall Street Weak


The New York Stock Exchange is going along with a sad display by PFLAG. This homosexual support group has been invited to ring the closing bell tomorrow on the Exchange. PFLAG is touting the buying power of homosexuals and their supporters. According to a PFLAG press release "The purchasing power of the GLBT community is estimated to be a massive $641 billion today with projections reaching $1 trillion by 2012." Homosexuals are known for exaggerating their numbers. But what really stands out is their desire to have it both ways. They cannot cry discrimination and claim to be an oppressed minority and then tell Wall Street, "By the way, we're an economic powerhouse." Some of these pro-homosexual companies may soon have their bell rung by the tens of millions of Christians who increasingly recognize the assault on our faith, our values, and our families. My friend Don Wildmon of the American Family Association is leading a boycott of Ford Motor Company for their anti-family, pro-homosexual policies. Don's efforts persuaded me to buy a Chevy pickup over a Ford. Eighty-three percent of Americans identify themselves as Christian and the vast majority opposes same-sex marriage and the homosexual agenda that many on Wall Street are promoting. We would do well to remember that we not only speak with our lips, but sometime we speak louder with our wallets. I would encourage you to visit Don's website and find out more.

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