The WSJ is reporting that wingnut Christian activist Don Wildmon, founder of the American Family Association, is at it again- this time attacking Lowe’s over their Christmas tree (sorry- Family Tree) ads:
Last week, someone brought to chairman Don Wildmon’s attention that Lowe’s Cos. holiday catalogue had a two-page spread of decorated trees it labeled “Family Trees” instead of Christmas trees.
Mr. Wildmon sent an email “action alert” to his members and between 11 p.m. Monday night and 7 a.m. the next morning, the home improvement chain had received 119,000 emails at its Mooresville, N.C., headquarters.
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Everytime I end up over at BuckeyeInstitute.org I find they are trying to push themeselves as a non-partisan organization- which we all know just isn’t true.
I suppose they think that if people really believe they are a non-partisan organization then people might actually believe their so-called “research” is not just skewed, right-leaning, partisan propaganda.
So today I saw this litle gem:
“We are committed to public policy research and advocacy without regard to politics. We cooperate with elected officials without consideration to political party.“
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Though I’ll admit Mac cover ads are a bit played, but this gets a strong point across. I’d venture to guess when fully defined, most would admit their progressive leanings. Conservatism is a Con.
Video 3 in our weeklong progressive series. This site was, afterall, started as a “progressive political playground”. 😉
Video 1: Progressive. And Proud Of It!
Video 2: That’s Progressive. That’s You!Full Story... →
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