This is a historic day - we're beyond ecstatic.
It's bittersweet because we're being treated as second-class citizens. It's not full marriage equality.
American Girl has won the trust of millions of conservative families.
Now we find they're teaming up with Girls Inc., which supports the very things we oppose. It's very troubling.
We usually look at the list of advertisers and we go (after) those that are considered family-friendly companies. These folks know that moms buy their frozen products.
The show is nothing but sex, sex, sex. We're really looking hard at it.
I think no question this will have a financial impact on American Girl.
Everyone's afraid to be bitten by a snake but the fear can be much worse than the bite. Our policy is that before you call a boycott you do everything in your power to avoid it. They're costly and time-consuming. You take the easy road first and work with the companies in private.
They take our savior Jesus Christ and reflect him as an everyday Joe. How disrespectful. Our savior is to be worshipped and adored and not treated as your buddy riding down the street with you in the passenger seat of the car.
He's just there for everything I need. He never forces himself on me, which is very sweet. He waits for me to come to him.
It's quite obvious to anyone who shops at Wal-Mart that they're no longer the family-friendly company that they used to project in their image.
We've seen a downward spiral trend by [Wal-Mart] in which they are more and more becoming like the world rather than the family-friendly company we grew up with.
What is it with these hamburger chains? Are they so desperate to pump up lagging sales that they're resorting to vulgarity and strip teases to gain attention? ... It's like Carl's Jr., Hardee's and Burger King have perverted seventh-grade boys running their ad campaigns.