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The Home Depot says AFA is lying - Here's proof we're notAugust 23, 2010
In responding to those who are calling The Home Depot, company
representatives are telling AFA supporters that AFA is lying.
Here is proof we are telling the truth AND the facts accurately.
Clicking the thumbnail picture will take you to the larger, online version of the photo.
The Home Depot says AFA is lying. The Home Depot is telling people it is neutral in the homosexual culture war. This picture was taken inside an Ohio Home Depot store in June 2010. Promoting the homosexual lifestyle with corporate-produced signs is far from neutral. It is actvism.
The Home Depot says AFA is lying about its button and apron policy. They say a policy change in April prohibits employees from wearing any buttons or wearing company aprons outside of the store without company approval. This picture was taken at a gay pride parade in Boston in June 2010, three months after the "policy change." The apron is has emblems from the Human Rights Campaign and other homosexual activist organizations. Notice the company name has been rainbow colored.
The Home Depot says AFA is lying about it passing out company-logo items at gay pride parades. These photos shows Home Depot shopping carts filled with foam can coolers, cups, bags and other items bearing The Home Depot logo. These items were handed out along the Chicago Gay Pride Parade route by Home Depot employees.
The Home Depot says AFA is lying because the company doesn't sponsor or support gay pride events. This picture clearly shows The Home Depot is an officially recognized sponsor, only one of many the AFA has documentation for.
TAKE ACTIONIt is very important that you forward this alert to your friends
1. Sign the Boycott Pledge at BoycottTheHomeDepot.com.
2. Call your local store manager. Let the manager know that
you will not be shopping at The Home Depot until the company
stops supporting the homosexual agenda. You can find the
number here. (click "Store Finder").
3. Print the paper petition and distribute it at Sunday School
and family members.