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Baptist Press - Coca-Cola joins employers giving benefits to homosexual partners - News with a Christian PerspectiveCoca-Cola and Best Buy have been on HRC’s 100-percent Pro-Homosexual Corporations list for two and four years, respectively. Coke’s competitor PepsiCo has been on the HRC list for four years. McDonald’s scores an 85% on the “gay” group’s survey. Click HERE to learn about the HRC’s criteria for ranking companies.
In 2008, the following 195 ‘Fortune 1,000′ corporations received a perfect 100-percent score from the pro-homosexual lobby group Human Rights Campaign (HRC), in its “2008 Corporate Equality Index.” Click on AFTAH”s story on McDonald’s 85-percent score — to learn about the pro-”gay” criteria for HRC’s “Corporate Equality Index.” The number next to each corporation’s name and headquarters city indicates how many years that company has received a 100% HRC ranking. (First-year 100% corporations are in bold.) Source: HRC’s 2008 Corporate Equality Index.
.... lol.... your anti-homosexual attitude does not need insults to be ridiculed.WASHINGTON (BP)--The Coca-Cola Co. will extend health-care benefits to the same-sex partners of its employees, giving the homosexual rights movement another June victory to go with the same actions by the big three auto makers earlier in the month.
Coca-Cola's decision -- like those of General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. -- adds to a growing trend among American businesses of granting to the partners of homosexual workers health benefits previously reserved for the spouses of married employees. The soft-drink giant's policy, which was announced June 22, will take effect Jan. 1. The automakers' revision will be effective Aug. 1.
Last edited by Hatuey; 12-27-10 at 01:57 AM.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
Conservatives believe the government is incompetent, and seek to elect people who will prove it
Ignorance is Bliss Bliss is the same as happiness US Christian conservatives are the happiest in the US according to studies Do you see a connection?
So my question is. If people won't drink pepsi because of their homosexual agenda, do they use google?
But I don't mean that I think businesses should, in the case of Rand Paul, not serve people based on their race. I think that's terribly wrong. But the law shouldn't get involved either. My point is that even though they may be wrong in their own moral responsibility according to my opinion, what would be more wrong is to tell them what they have to do and take away their freedom. Solving one 'wrong' with a bigger 'wrong' is only worse.
We have fought for our freedoms - Americans have died for them. Let's not give them up so easily. Let the people decide if such a business should stay in business (by refusing their product) - not the legislature.