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AFA: P&G Pulls 800 number May 6, 2008

Posted by truthspew in AFA.
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Oh this is interesting. Apparently P&G pulled the 800 number to call in order to register your support or disapproval of the gay story arc in As The World Turns.

Procter & Gamble heard from the g-ys, then changed its rules

Company changed procedure after allowing g-ys time to call

Dear Anthony,

Following its support for the h-mos-xual agenda, Procter & Gamble established a toll-free number for people to register their opinions for or against P&G’s promotion of the g-y agenda, including open mouth kissing between g-ys. It gave a toll-free number which was heavily promoted on g-y Web sites for a week to give those favoring the promotion of h-mos-xuality an opportunity to call. Monday, after AFA had put out the word that P&G wanted to hear from AFA supporters, P&G abruptly ended it.

AFA is encouraging supporters to call P&G and ask the company why it is promoting the g-y lifestyle and why it quit using the toll-free number to receive opinions only after AFA notified AFA supporters about it. We urge you to spend a few cents to register your complaint with P&G. Here is P&G’s corporate number to call: 513-983-1100. (Please get others to call P&G at this number!)

P&G has added h-mos-xual lovers to its soap opera “As the World Turns.” The soap opera now includes scenes of h-mos-xuals with passionate open mouth kissing. The motive behind P&G’s push is to desensitize viewers, especially younger viewers, to the h-mos-xual lifestyle. The ultimate goal of h-mos-xual activists is h-mos-xual marriage.

What’s with the dropping of the vowels? Are the phobes at the AFA so delicate that they can’t spell the whole word?

Once again, I say let’s call the number they’ve listed and register our support. Apparently that’s what the AFA is complaining about, that we radical homosexual activists flooded the P&G toll free number to support the story.

And once again lets flood the number and let the AFA know that we are a force to be reckoned with.

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