The Bishop's statement (see previous post) came not a moment too soon. From the "Equality California" website comes a press release about their August 2 fundraiser, where they took in over $2.2 million.
By making these donations the companies are attacking our civilization. But as I was writing this I realized something: Is AT &T Ken McNeely, or is it the guy who repairs your phone? Is Wells Fargo John Stumpf, or the tellers down at the bank? The gay lobby is a determined minority--about 2-4% of the population. By acting in a concerted manner they have intimidated corporate decision makers, because corporate decision makers know that a determined minority can generate bad publicity which affects stock values--which affects their elaborate compensation packages.
But people like the bank teller, the phone repairman, the cable guy, people like us, don't get "compensation packages"--we get wages or salaries. What scares the big shots hardly affects us at all. And remember, the teller's vote counts just as much as John Stumpf's. The phone repairman's vote counts just as much as Ken McNeely's. The SEIU janitor's vote counts just as much as Sal Roselli's. And there's a hell of a lot more of them.
My comments below are in black.
"EQCA Announces a Record $2.2 Million in Contributions at Los Angeles Equality Awards"
"The Service Employees International Union (SEIU-California) made a contribution of $500,000, presented by United Healthcare Workers-West President Sal Rosselli."
You can find SEIU's statewide offices here. While they are worth contacting, they are politically already totally committed to the enemies of marriage. You might have better luck contacting your local. There's no reason whatsoever to think the rank and file union members support this--and the vote of one union member counts just as much as the vote of an in-the-tank-for-the-gay-lobby union bigshot.
"David Sanchez, president of the California Teacher’s Association announced a contribution $250,000 on behalf of CTA."
No surprise there. Check out our post from a few days ago about homosexual activists infiltrating the public schools. Still, talk to your local public school teachers to express disappointment about how their union dues were spent. Again, one teacher's vote counts just as much as the vote of David Sanchez.
"Ken McNeely, president of AT&T California, presented a donation of $25,000 from the telecommunications corporation. EQCA supporters at the event also pledged an additional combined $350,000. All of those contributions will help fund the NO on 8 campaign. "
Contact the AT&T Board of Directors here. And the next time you call AT&T or see the truck outside, tell the person how disappointed you were that his company gave $25,000 to fund the destruction of marriage. These are normal people. I'll bet you the repairman did not know anything about it, and I know from asking that some of them are quite sore about it.
"Lead sponsors for this year's event included AT&T, Gary D. Soto, National Center for Lesbian Rights, Wells Fargo, Stolichnaya Vodka, Adam Press, Irell & Mandella LLP, Eric Webber & Gerard Kraaijeveveld, Skip Paul & Van Fletcher, United Healthcare Workers West, Time Warner Cable."
Contact the Wells Fargo Board of Directors here. And the next time you're in the bank, tell the teller the same thing: how disappointed you are that their company is supporting the destruction of marriage. I guarantee you: nobody asked them their opinion about that donation.
And of course PG&E. They gave $250,000 to the enemies of marriage. You can contact their board of directors here. And if they're your power supplier, which they are if you live in Northern California, give 'em a call. You're their customer. Tell them you are disappointed, you understand nobody asked them, and that you hope they'll joinyou in voting yes on Proposition 8. But remember they are busy--don't take too much of their time--remember what it's like when someone calls you at work. Above all, be nice.
Posted by Gibbons