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Whiny baby Wildmon on Ford

“All we wanted was for Ford to refrain from choosing sides in the cultural war, and supporting groups which promote same-sex marriage is not remaining neutral.”

— American Family Association’s Don Wildmon in today’s press release, trying to spin that Ford was fence-straddling

“If one looks for the company which has done the most to affirm and promote the homosexual lifestyle, he would be hard-pressed to find a company which has done more than Ford Motor Company.”

— Wildmon, back in May, when he made it clear that Ford was part of the Homosexual AgendaTM and called for the original boycott

I love coming home to news like this. The AFA has finally put out a flaccid statement in response to Ford’s decision to continue advertising in gay publications and open support of LGBT causes (the letter is here). Wildmon and his crazies probably fretted over every word of this brief press release.

The American Family Association says that Ford Motor Company reneged on some agreements reached in discussions with the automobile giant, and the organization is considering its next move.

“We had an agreement with Ford, worked out in good faith. Unfortunately, some Ford Motor Company officials made the decision to violate the good faith agreement. We are now considering our response to the violation and expect to reach a decision very soon,” said Donald E. Wildmon, chairman of AFA.

AFA had called for a boycott of Ford last spring because of Ford’s support for the homosexual agenda and homosexual marriage but suspended the boycott for six months at the request of a group of Ford dealers. Wildmon said AFA and Ford officials hammered out an agreement in the interim that was accepted by both parties.

…He stated that because Ford broke the agreement, the option of a boycott is now very much alive.

No additional comments regarding Ford will be made at this time.

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