Monday, August 29, 2005

Sad: Gotta love "Christian" hate groups

Concerned Women for America, which promotes itself as the antithesis of the National Organization for Women and boasts 8,700 supporters in Washington, says most of those quoted on the coffee cups are liberal.
Oh my god, do you mean to tell me that something from a Seattle coffee company is, daresay, liberal?

These people are pissed because of a quote of pure affirmation: I could have been out there loving someone. Don't make that mistake yourself. Life's too damn short.

Wow, Starbucks is such a mean bunch of jerks. Promoting that people get out there and love someone else? What the hell do they think they're doing?

Hate sells, my friends.

Somehow, I'm guessing that if all the religious conservatives in the country stopped drinking Starbucks coffee, their stock would drop about 1%.


Pepper said...

Thank god these groups are out there, protecting me from the SpongeBob Squarepants and evil coffee cups of the world.

Ooh, a sarcasm detector. Oh, that's a *real* useful invention.*BEEP BEEP BEEP**BOOOOM!!!!*

J Hearne said...

Those are the real danger, after all.

Kyle said...

Not conservatives. Fearful conservatives. Terrified conservatives. And unforunately the strength in their numbers is probably far greater than that.

Garrett said...

I don't doubt that there are a lot of wackos out there. I just doubt that many of those wackos are mint moca chip frappuchino drinkers.