Catholics should think twice before buying their snack foods

Just the other week it was reported that General Mills, a Fortune 500 company who produces Lucky Charms, Trix, Cheerios and dozens of other cereals and food products, has come out against a constitutional amendment that would define marriage in Minnesota as a union of one man and one woman.

As a result, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has started a boycott of General Mills products, an effort that I encourage you to support.

NOM also boycotted coffee giant Starbucks when they issued a memo in January declaring their support for same-sex marriage.

Now, it seems as though Kraft Food’s Nabisco division has gone the same way. In a recent post on their Facebook wall and twitter feed, Oreo posted this picture:

Last I checked, Americans overwhelmingly support traditional marriage. So these corporations can promote whatever they want, but they do so at their own peril.

If you’re interested in joining NOM’s fight against General Mills’ radical agenda, then visit DumpGeneralMills.com or just call them directly at 1-800-248-7310 and let them know how you feel. You can also donate to Minnesota For Marriage, the group leading the charge for traditional marriage in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

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67 thoughts on “Catholics should think twice before buying their snack foods

  1. Doni says:

    I am Catholic. I will NOT give up Double stuffed Oreos!

  2. Suzanne Simonovich says:

    Here is one story I found:

    http://www.startribune.com/business/159143335.html

  3. Russell T. Paut says:

    Facebook supports gay marriage.
    Microsoft supports gay marriage.
    Google supports gay marriage.
    Apple supports gay marriage.

    If you want to show some backbone, quit using their products, too. “Not eating Triscuits” is a pretty weak boycott if you ask me.

  4. Kayla says:

    here are some other companies you will have to boycott too:

    Allstate
    Amazon
    American Airlines
    Apple
    Applebee’s
    Best Buy
    Clorox
    Coca-Cola
    Costco
    Delta Airlines
    Ford
    Gap
    General Motors
    Gerber Baby Products
    Hilton Hotels
    Home Depot
    IMB
    Levi’s
    Marriot International
    McDonald’s
    Microsoft
    Nationwide
    Nike
    Olive Garden
    Pepsico
    Proctor and Gamble
    Red Lobster
    Rite Aid
    Sears
    Southwest Airlines
    Starbucks
    State Farm
    Target
    United Airlines
    UPS
    Walgreens
    Walt Disney Company

    1. Karen says:

      Thanks for this info- will boycott all of them! Saving lots of money! I will donate half of my savings to a good, Catholic charity and save the rest for a nice vacation! (Buy store brands- the savings add up.)

  5. CatholicMan says:

    Pride begot the fall.

  6. Chris says:

    Is that all that marriage is, tax breaks and ‘thousands of rights that other American families are freely given’? What, exactly, are these other rights, and why is it unfair that heterosexual married couples should have these rights, and homosexual couples don’t? No, marriage is much more than these accommodations or benefits from the state. Marriage is inextricably tied to procreation. Even contrived homosexual parenthood can’t avoid biological constraints and the process; i.e., the exclusive ability of heterosexuals to procreate. Moreover, the whole premise is disingenuous. Homosexuals already have ‘equal’ rights when it comes to marriage, but they chose not to exercise them. And, even then, there is no ‘right’ to marriage, per se, even for heterosexuals; otherwise, why is a license from the state involved?

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