Home Depot: gay marriage and gay military
October 16, 2012
This past weekend (Oct. 13-14), Home Depot set up a booth at the Atlanta Gay Pride festival. They have done this for many years and continue to support events that push "gay" marriage.
AFA staff confirmed Home Depot was at the event and took this photo (right). We saw no business purpose for the booth. They had a spinning wheel game and were giving out small toys and prizes in celebration of the homosexual event.
One of the main purposes of "gay" pride events is to push for the legalization of marriage between men who have unnatural sex acts with other men. Rather than remaining neutral on the issue, Home Depot has taken the side of grown men who parade in public places dressed as drag queens and "fairies."
Home Depot also entered the parade to show its "pride diversity." In this video, Home Depot participants threw frisbees to the crowd and provided an interview to a television station filming the parade.
Home Depot also promoted homosexuality in the military. Posted on the back of the Home Depot float was a huge sign promoting OutServe. OutServe is a national organization promoting homosexuality in the military, including forcing chaplains to conduct same-sex weddings on military bases.
AFA is promoting a boycott of Home Depot until it agrees to remain neutral in the homosexual culture war.
1. If you have not done so, sign the Boycott Pledge at www.BoycottTheHomeDepot.com.
2. Pray for Home Depot Chairman Frank Blake to make wise decisions regarding his company's direction.
3. Call your local Home Depot store and ask to speak to the manager. You can find the number of your local store here (click "Store Finder" at top of page) or in your local phone book.
4. Print the paper petition and distribute it at Sunday school and church.