[Vision2020] time to drink more Pepsi?

keely emerinemix kjajmix1 at msn.com
Tue Oct 6 11:40:13 PDT 2009

Gee, I'm really relieved, knowing that yet another evangelical social action group, ministry, or para-church organization has identified a primary source of the  societal, economic, environmental, and political disasters around us.  Here we were, so many of us, fretting about the war, natural disasters, poverty and injustice,  when it turns out that the true enemy of all that's good and decent is Pepsi.  Imagine -- a business giving money to organizations that advocate for civil rights for gays and lesbians and another one that helps families deal with the emotional, spiritual, and familial aspects of a family member's homosexuality.  You know, the kind of wise counsel and empathic support that just might keep a kid from committing suicide because his family couldn't accept his being gay.   

Yes.  They must be stopped.  Not Pepsi, but the AFA, which has embarrassed the Church for far too long.


From: london at moscow.com
To: vision2020 at secure.fsr.com
Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 11:20:23 -0700
Subject: [Vision2020] time to drink more Pepsi?

PepsiCo boycott petition reaches 500,000 

American Family Association (AFA) says it has now secured 
over 500,000 signatures from those pledging to boycott the PepsiCo Company over 
its continued support of same-sex marriage and homosexual advocacy.  AFA 
has been promoting a boycott of PepsiCo since January, 2009.  

AFA asked PepsiCo to be neutral in the culture war and not 
support the homosexual agenda. PepsiCo refused. The company continues to give 
financial support to homosexual organizations. 

President Tim Wildmon says AFA is committed to the boycott 
as long as PepsiCo is advancing a lifestyle that is extremely unhealthy and 
dangerous.  "It's a medical fact that persons trapped in homosexuality are 
statistically higher to experience shortened life spans, clinical depression, 
drug and alcohol abuse, and life-ending diseases.  Why can't PepsiCo 
understand that is not a good cause to be supporting?" 

PepsiCo gave $500,000 to Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and 
another $500,000 to the Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays 
(PFLAG). The total of $1,000,000 was used to help promote homosexuality in the 
workplace. HRC and PFLAG were major supporters of the efforts to defeat 
Proposition 8 in California, which defined marriage as being between a man and a 
woman. HRC gave $2.3 million to the effort to defeat Prop 8.

For more information on PepsiCo's support for the homosexual 
agenda, go to www.BoycottPepsico.com.

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