Target customers can prove the cost of attacking marriage

Friday, August 8, 2014
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Target's decision to openly support homosexual “marriage” could be costly for the company. But that depends on the people who shop there.

Target is filing legal briefs in court cases intended to win marriage rights for homosexuals and lesbians. Matt Barber, Vice President of Liberty Counsel Action and Founder of Barbwire.com, tells OneNewsNow it's a slap in the face to millions of pro-family customers who support true marriage between one man and one woman.

Barber, Matt (Liberty Counsel)“It is just poor business,” he says. “Target, just like other corporations across the country, should at least remain neutral in this ongoing culture war. And at best, they should be endorsing the age old institution of natural marriage, which is the cornerstone to any healthy society.”

He says it's time for the public to speak up with a strong and united voice.

“I hope people will go into Target stores across the country and tell them that they are no longer going to buy products there because Target has joined in the attack on the institution of natural marriage,” he says. “They need to let it be known that they will take their business elsewhere and tell why they are doing so. That's what individuals can do about this.”

Also, Barber says people of all faiths and secularists who realize marriage is being deconstructed need to collectively stand against all corporations that support homosexual marriage.

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