March 13, 2006
AFA, 18 Other Groups Call for Boycott of Ford Motor Company
Ford Motor Company will continue funding homosexual groups which are pushing homosexual marriage.
Ford had agreed to stop funding the groups in a meeting with AFA on Nov. 28. But when confronted by a group of homosexual leaders about the decision, Ford reneged on the agreement with AFA and announced they would continue their funding.
For the past three months, AFA has been trying to get Ford to honor their agreement but Ford has refused.
The homosexual groups are very dedicated to their cause. They are urging their supporters to buy a Ford product to prove to Ford and America that Americans support homosexual marriage. The success of the boycott will depend on whether or not pro-family individuals are as dedicated to their cause as the homosexuals are to theirs. If pro-family individuals fail to respond with the same commitment as the homosexuals, homosexual marriage will be given a huge boost.
Ford's support for homosexual marriage was summed up by Thomas Anderson, a vice-president with Ford's Volvo division: "For us, it was very natural to address gay families. We're targeting people with modern day values. It's a value set and the Volvo-minded consumer is very diverse. 'Family' is much more than the traditional family."
Here is what the Detroit Free Press said about Ford: "Ford Motor Company, led by Chairman Bill Ford, donates hundreds of thousands of dollars to homosexual groups, sponsors gay pride parades and holds mandatory diversity training for employees..."
Here is what I'm asking you to do:
(1) Sign the Boycott Ford petition.
(2) Call your local Ford dealer.
(3) Send an email to Chairman Bill Ford.
(4) Print out and distribute the Boycott Ford petition.
When you click on the link below, you will be forwarded to BoycottFord.com. On the left side you will find full information on the background of the boycott. On the right side you will find action steps I'm asking you to take.
The future of our children is at stake. Please share the BoycottFord.com information with others. Thanks for caring enough to get involved.
<H3>Please take your action now by clicking here:</H3>
Donald E. Wildmon, Founder and Chairman
American Family Association
P.S. Please forward this e-mail message to your family and friends!
Pro-Family organizations endorsing the boycott of Ford include:
American Family Association
Center for Reclaiming America
Citizens for Community Values
Free Market Foundation
WIN Family Services
Point of View Radio
Coalitions for America
Mayday for Marriage
Coalition for Marriage and Family
Tradition, Family, Property, Inc.
National Association of Marriage Enhancement
Other organizations are expected to endorse the boycott during the next few weeks.
<DIV>COMMENT FROM MY SECRETARY: the next job to be outsourced to China at slave labor prices.....</DIV>
<DIV> http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/11/te...1fast.html?pag ewanted=1&th&emc=th</DIV>
<DIV>The Long-Distance Journey of a Fast-Food Order </DIV>
<DIV>SANTA MARIA, Calif. — Like many American teenagers, Julissa Vargas, 17, has a minimum-wage job in the fast-food industry — but hers has an unusual geographic reach. </DIV>
"Would you like your Coke and orange juice medium or large?" Ms. Vargas said into her headset to an unseen woman who was ordering breakfast from a drive-through line. She did not neglect the small details —"You Must Ask for Condiments," a sign next to her computer terminal instructs — and wished the woman a wonderful day.
What made the $12.08 transaction remarkable was that the customer was not just outside Ms. Vargas's workplace here on California's central coast. She was at a McDonald's in Honolulu. And within a two-minute span Ms. Vargas had also taken orders from drive-through windows in Gulfport, Miss., and Gillette, Wyo............
Billions in penalties for wrongdoing uncollected
[/\/.\/\/. COMMENTS: considering the fines would be paid to equally corrupt govt bureaus, it's not such a tragedy in itself. But we must decry the hypocrisy and venality of all parties in high places.]
When a gasoline spill and explosion killed three boys in Washington state, officials announced a record penalty against a gas pipeline company: $3 million to send the message that such tragedies “must never happen again.”
When nuclear labs around the country were found exposing workers to radiation and breaking other safety rules, assessments totaling $2.5 million were quickly ordered.
When coal firms’ violations were blamed for deaths, injuries and risks to miners from Alabama to West Virginia, the companies were slapped with more than $1.3 million in penalties.
What happened next with these no-nonsense enforcement measures? Not much. The pipeline tab was eventually reduced by 92 percent, the labs’ assessments were waived as soon as they were issued, and the mine penalties largely went unpaid.
The amount of unpaid federal fines has risen sharply in the last decade. Individuals and corporations regularly avoid large penalties for wrongdoing — sometimes through negotiations, sometimes because companies go bankrupt, sometimes due to officials’ failure to keep close track of who owes what under a decentralized collection system..................
Government fines and regulations are not meant to be used against big businesses, they are there to put small and medium businesses out of business so they don’t compete with big businesses. Just like election rules and regulations aren’t for the two corporate parties, but to keep the third parties from threatening the permanent regime.
Edited by: Michael
I guess this goes under the heading of mega-corporations being virtual megastates -- and treating people about like them, too.
AOL Said, 'If You Leave Me I'll Do Something Crazy'
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/02/bu...urmoney/02digi. html?_r=2&th=&oref=slogin&emc=th&p agewanted= all&oref=slogin
Reports that Ford loss money http://www.afa.net/ford072006.asp . Though American Family Association (AFA) do admit it wasn’t completely from the boycott part of it was the AFA claim. In the end, a big company would prefer to go bankrupt than give into the majority on a politically correct issue. Most likely politically correct thinking executives is what gets these companies in trouble in the first place.
An article on falling quality in American made products and exposes stupidity and use of nonwhite labor as part of decline. http://www.whitecivilrights.com/ford...pany-collapsin g_707.html
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An article entitled "Insider Blows the Lid on “Toxic” Goldman Sachs"