Fight Wal-Mart’s ‘gay’ agenda

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, September 26, 2006

To the Editor:

The article of Sept, 22, 2006 entitled “Does Wal-Mart give back to community?” was timely and relevant.

Apparently the author as well as the general public are not aware of the facts that Wal-Mart has asked

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for and received permission to align themselves with the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.

Now a ‘corporate member’ of NGLCC, Wal-Mart has ‘come out of the closet’ and has put their approval on efforts

to abolish the traditional definition of marriage between one man & one woman.

A substantial ‘gift’ of $25,000 now lines the coffers of NGLCC

and a Wal-Mart vice president will serve as an advisor in their efforts to promote this deviant lifestyle.

To further the cause, Wal-Mart will give homosexual-owned businesses preferential treatment in purchasing decisions

and companies NOT owned by homosexuals will be marginalized. The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce heralds Wal-Marts efforts as “part of the company’s ongoing commitment to advancing diversity(homosexuality) among all its associates, suppliers and customer bases.”

Contrary to what Ford Motor Company would have us believe,

reports in the media of

their economic decline is due in part to a national boycott led by America’s largest Christian pro-family action group who has exposed Ford’s alignment of the homosexual


What highly disgusts me is that a large corporation such as Wal-Mart, Ford and a plethora of successful

elitist corporations will expect me to continue to patronize them.

“The pen is mightier than the sword” indeed, and so is the humble little dollar bill in my purse.

Contact the local Wal-Mart as well as the corporate office and let President Lee Scott

at (479) 273-4000 know you do not agree with their decisions to degrade the aforementioned ‘traditional family.’

For a list of the 138 companies who are now subverting traditional marriage as we have know it, visit www.WorldNetDaily and familiarize yourself with ‘who’ spends your money the way they want to.

The website is another source of enlightenment.

“Does Wal-Mart give back to the community?”

They certainly do, but in a never imagined and dangerous way.

Mrs. George H. Taylor