So the author now says his awful anti-Catholic screed was satire.
A number of conservative and Catholic lay leaders, CV president Brian Burch among them, sent a letter to Arianna Huffington, founder and editor in chief of the creatively named Huffington Post excoriating the media mogul and demanding that she remove the offending piece and apologize for it ever being there.
I hope she does, but I also don’t think I’ll be buying any Campbell’s Soup, Kellogg’s cereals, items from RadioShack or Samsung, anything from Weight Watchers, Cricket’s Muve Music, Egg Beaters (or anything by ConAgra Foods, if I can help it), or any Poise “unexpected wetness” garments (okay, this last one won’t be much of a change for me) until they stop running ads on HuffPo, or Arianna apologizes significantly.
Not that my piddly expenditures in these areas will make much difference, but if more people followed suit, maybe, just maybe, something might change.
What do you think?