Friday, March 09, 2007

Ford move called part of pullback from homosexual support
Ed Thomas
March 8, 2007

The pro-family group that initiated a business boycott of Ford Motor Company last spring is calling a recent move by Ford -- dropping sponsorship of an awards show held by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) -- one of a series of steps by the automaker to "silently" move away from its support of the homosexual agenda.

American Family Association (AFA) founder and chairman Don Wildmon says he believes Ford's cancellation of its sponsorship of the Annual GLAAD Media Awards is another direct result of the boycott by AFA, other pro-family groups, and many Americans in response to the automaker's institutional support of homosexual causes and ideology. AFA also announced last week that Ford would no longer support homosexual publications with advertising.
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