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Companies Supporting the "Gay" Agenda: Tell them what you think

Do they deserve your hard-earned dollars?

by Mission America report

Below is contact information for some of the companies listed on the "Corporate Equality Index" of the homosexual pressure group, the Human Rights Campaign.

You and I know that "gay rights" has gone far beyond any semblance of compassion and tolerance. There's no equality in its current aggressive, discriminatory actions, which are dragging our culture into a cesspool, corrupting children, trying to force a redefinition of marriage on everyone in America and threatening religious freedom.

They are also transforming some American businesses into rigid, truth-free zones where the typical employee walks on eggshells in deference to new codes of politically correct speech and thought. When an employee is encouraged to be openly homosexual in a workplace culture, it's not an issue of "fairness," but one where the employer has chosen to side with immoral, unnecessary and sometimes bizarre behavior. America needs companies that side with high standards where common sense is still respected.

The "rights" of the empowered homosexual quite often mean a violation of the rights of co-workers to even civilly express a distaste for homosexual conduct. Punitive lawsuits and even loss of employment have already been among the "penalties" for holding traditional moral values. This is not fair, it's not "social justice," and it's contributing to the disintegration of workplace productivity and cohesiveness.

Companies that foolishly support this behavior do not deserve the hard-earned dollars of American families who simply want to live their lives, raise their children and be rewarded in the workplace for their skills and initiative --not for accepting deviance. Men who dress as women are to be called by the "female" names they choose and at times, authentically female employees are forced to share restrooms with these confused people. How did businesses get here?

The only thing that will halt such nonsense is you and me, as we take the purchasing power of our dollars elsewhere.

The companies below are, as we post this, among those earning "100%" on the Human Rights Campaign's pro-homosexual index. Do they deserve the business of American people of faith? Not at present. Perhaps they will change. Let's hope they come to their senses.

Don't forget to check out our sample letter to send these companies by email or snail mail, or give them a call to tell them why you don't support their pro-homosexual policies. And keep in mind that to send an email, often you must do so from the corporate web site itself, so we have provided these for you below.

And as we mentioned above, these are only some of the offending companies. For the full list, go to the "Corporate Equality Index" of the homosexual pressure group, the Human Rights Campaign, and look under "Appendix A" and "Appendix B."

Abercrombie & Fitch
6301 Fitch Path
New Albany, OH 43054
Phone-- corporate (614) 283-6500 or customer feedback by phone at
866.681.3115 or 1 614.219.5380

American Express
Executive Offices
American Express Company
200 Vesey Street
New York, New York 10285
Phone: 212-640-2000
Corporate Communications
208 S. Akard St.
Dallas, TX 75202
Corporate Issues: Mark Siegel
Thomas F. Cowhey, Vice President, Investor Relations
151 Farmington Avenue, RE2T
Hartford CT, 06156
Phone: 860-273-2402
Fax: 860-975-3110
General questions,
General telephone inquiries should be made to: 860-273-0123
1 Infinite Loop
Cupertino, CA 95014
Barnes and Noble
76 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY 10011
Investor Relations:
(212) 633-3489
Best Buy
Customer Service, Web Site, Store and General/Corporate Inquiries
Best Buy Corporate Customer Care
P.O. Box 9312
Minneapolis , MN 55440
1-888-BEST BUY (1-888-237-8289)
Amy von Walter, Senior Director, Public Relations
(612) 291-4490 or
Chrysler Corporation
PO Box 21-8004
Auburn Hills, MI 48321-8004
Phone Number: 1-800-334-9200
Coca-Cola Company
PO Box 1734
Atlanta, GA 30301, USA

The Gap
2 Folsom St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
Global business and financial inquiries:
General Mills
General Mills, Inc.
P.O. Box 9452
Minneapolis, MN 55440
3000 Hanover Street
Palo Alto, CA
Phone: (+1) 650-857-1501
Consumer Relations,
1155 Battery St., San Francisco, CA 94111
Corporate Communications:
Media Tel: (415) 501-7777
The Limited
Corporate Office & Headquarters
3 Limited Pkwy
Columbus OH 43230
Limited Brands, Inc corporate phone number:
Nationwide Insurance
Office of Ethics and Business Practices
PO Box 182653
Columbus, OH 43218-2653
World Headquarters
One Bowerman Drive
Beaverton, OR 97005
Corporate Offices
1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98101
Office Depot
Corporate Address:
Office Depot
6600 North Military Trail
Boca Raton, FL 33496
Corporate Office & Headquarters
500 Staples Dr.
Framingham MA 01702
Staples corporate phone number:
(508) 253-5000
Toyota Motor Corporation
19001 South Western Ave.
Dept. WC11
Torrance, CA 90501
Phone: 800-331-4331
United Parcel Service (UPS)
Corporate Headquarters
55 Glenlake Parkway, NE
Atlanta , GA 30328
United States