by Grand Forks Herald
June 14, 2012 at 10:02 am in Grand Forks Herald
General Mills said Thursday it opposes a proposed Minnesota constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage, the largest company in the state to come out against the measure so far. Continue Reading
Tags: Gay Marriage, General Mills, Minnesota, updates 7 Comments »
I’m surprised that they took a stance. If you come out against “gay marriage” then the the loons and whack jobs on the left come out and try to “boycott” products. If you come out for “gay marriage”, then the loons and whack jobs on the right come out and try to “boycott” products.
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You make a good point…At first I was thinking it was the religious far right that basically did that to places like Disneworld, but then I remembered there was an issue a couple years ago with Target right there in the cities and those on the left boycotting them……So ya…It is surprising they’d make a public stance like that. Now days with so many concerned with political correctness it’s dificult for a lot of people in the public eye to speak out about most anything anymore…
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I can just see it now….”Little Johnny and Betty….We’re switching to Post…Those General Mills folks think it’s alright to be gay so I wont take a chance that there’s something in the ceral that encourages such thinking….We certainly don’t want you to start thinking it’s ok to be tolerant towards others so we’re nipping it at the bud…”
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Imagine a world where people could be themselves and everybody minded their own business.
The only people I have a problem with are the ones who think they are better than the rest of us. They come in all colors, shapes, and sizes.
Oh yeah….and Duluthians…what a dull bunch of crabs they are.
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You really have it in for Duhloot.
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Who should be forced to pay for these new “rights?”
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Doctor John Kellogg, inventor of Corn Flakes, was trying to find a breakfast cereal that would inhibit the sex drive of the residents of the Battle Creek Sanitarium. He and his brother became estranged when the brother added sugar and tried to mass-market the product. I guess the sugar un-does all the blandness, and makes folks crave stimulation.
Cereal and sex just seem to be coupled.
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