KRAFT FOODS ADVERTISES GAY PRIDE OREOS

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Mom, apple pie, the flag, and Oreos--what's more American than that? Not any more. Kraft Foods has posted a photo of an Oreo cookie stuffed with a rainbow filling on its Facebook page to publicize its "proud history of celebrating diversity and inclusiveness." (Click on "Read More" for a link to the photo.)

Why do Oreos have to make a social statement? Shut-up and make cookies that taste good and have absolutely no nutritional value.

No more Oreos for me--Keebler elves, here I come!

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/26/Oreo-Launches-Gay-Pri...

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Bigotted people everywhere will yell and scream and boycott nabisco

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

If the definition of "bigotted" includes customers who are tired of being lectured to by companies concerning social issues--count me in!

They made a fucking Sextuple-Stuf Oreo:

I don't care what color it is, it's a Sextuple-Stuf Oreo. Please start making these, Nabisco.

There's a city full of walls you can post complaints at

The social issue of being treated as "created equal" is such a pain in the ass. Why didn't the founding fathers just include all the groups they didn't want us to treat equally and we'd have it as a guide.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

So, if the point is that everyone is "created equal," why do we need a special Oreo for gay pride?

This seems to be one issue about which you and I agree whole-heartedly!

The GLBT community is the target of more open bigotry today than any minority group. It is still considered all right to call GLBTs terrible names, make fallacious statements about them, or even do violence to them, in public. If a company wants us to be a kinder and gentler nation, what's wrong with that?

I don't care about anyone's sexual orientation. My life experience has taught me that people who are the most demonstrative in looking for reasons to disparage the GLBT community, are often among those who have the most doubts about their own sexual orientation. Just saying.

So if you "don't care about anyone's sexual orientation" you should be outraged that apparently Kraft Foods does.

Nabisco's statement is all about equality. It is not about promoting any one set of sexual preferences over another. That is your choice, not theirs!
Nabisco is showing the world that sexual preference should be looked upon as just another human characteristic, and not be a reason for hatred or discrimination.

Galt -- What part of non-discrimination do you not understand? What part of fairness to others bothers you so much?
Why do you burden yourself with so much hatred? This is getting me to actually feel sorry for you.

When someone talks about the Gospel its considered "cramming it down people's throats" but this isn't cramming homosexuality down our throat? In cookie form no less...its an actual literal cramming down our throat.

Fred,
How can you claim to be Catholic and pro-homosexual? Catholics are supposed to believe in the Bible...The Bible calls homosexuality a VILE AFFECTION and an ABOMINATION to the Lord. It also says homosexuals will not inherit the kingdom of God. Two biblical cities Soddom and Gommorah were destroyed by God because of the prevelant sin of homosexuality.

Fred, you can't be on both sides...by calling people standing up for what is morally right bigots...you are playing the same liberal game you criticize democrats of when it comes to politics. Perhaps the time has come for your microphone to be pulled.

Some people just don't understand the concept of non-discrimination.

As for KOOZ -- When it comes to human rights issues, WWJD?

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