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Choice News WEDNESDAY, JUN 27, 2012| 42 comments
Oreo Pride: Rainbow-Stuffed Cookie Sparks Boycott

America’s favorite cookie is stirring up more than milk today after Kraft Foods posted a gay pride Oreo on the cookie’s Facebook page.

Oreo posted the photoshopped picture of an Oreo cookie stuffed with rainbow-colored layers of frosting Monday evening with the caption “Proudly support love!”

Over the past 17 hours more than 157,000 people have “liked” the image, 40,000 people have shared it and 20,000 have commented on it.

But while many of the comments were supportive, some Facebook users pledged to boycott the cookie because of the post. ...


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News Item6/27/12 6:47 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Neil wrote:
...BTW, buying something does not necessarily benefit the seller; sometimes, products are sold at cost or even a loss (called a "loss leader" in retailing).
Neil, my dear friend you are right about all sales are not necessarily benefiting the seller for products are sometimes sold at cost or even a loss. I once worked in a store that was the #1 grossing store in Canada for our particular chain of stores.

We often offered a "loss leader". The point of the "loss leader" was to offer a benefit to our customers at cost or our loss in the hope that they would buy numerous other things when they came for their "loss leader" and we would end up grossing very high in terms of money.

Our hope was met for as I stated we were the #1 grossing store in Canada in terms of all the stores in our chain of stores.

I think that you would be surprised at how much we agree on. I already have pointed out something we agree on in this thread:

6/27/12 4:52 PM

And I also pointed out there something we disagree on.

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News Item6/27/12 5:07 PM
Russ | Texas  Find all comments by Russ
Kenny O I agree with your Statement about this not being our home. We shouldn't be surprised when unregenerate people act like unregenerate people, but we do need to make sure we are not supporting their causes with our resources.
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News Item6/27/12 5:05 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Dopey wrote:
1 Corinthians 12:31 KJV
...and yet shew I unto you a more excellent way.
The "more excellent way" in context pertains to spiritual gifts among Christians in good standing. I must be a bit thick, but what does this have to do with consumer boycotts of unbelieving enterprises?

It is not our job to punish unbelievers, economically or otherwise; that is God's perogative. BTW, buying something does not necessarily benefit the seller; sometimes, products are sold at cost or even a loss (called a "loss leader" in retailing).

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News Item6/27/12 4:59 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Oreo's rainbow is missing a color.
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News Item6/27/12 4:52 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Angela Wittman wrote:
... Why not aim to spend your money where you'll get the "most bang for your buck"? Support godly companies and businesses that have "just weights and measures." Learn to make your own chocolate cream filled cookies and let Kraft learn a lesson to not mix their perverted political beliefs with their business. I think I'll boycott all Kraft foods again just because of this latest slap in the face to Christian consumers.
Wilson wrote:
No, you have a choice. There is no sin in buying from non-Christians.
These boycotts are silly.

Then Neil from Tuscon wrote:
I agree.

Both Wilson and Neil agree "their is no sin in buying from non-Christians."
And I agree with both of them.

Both Wilson and Neil agree, "These boycotts are silly." I don't agree with either one of them.

Boycotting non-Christian sellers to support Christian sellers is not silly.
Boycotting non-Christian sellers to make products yourself is not silly.

Angela to her credit showed us "a more excellent way." Excellent Angela!

1 Corinthians 12:31 KJV

...and yet shew I unto you a more excellent way.

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News Item6/27/12 4:33 PM
Angela Wittman | Southern IL, USA  Find all comments by Angela Wittman
Re Wilson and Christian boycotts- I think there is major stupidity and quite possibly sin in supporting the wicked and those who promote wickedness. Why not aim to spend your money where you'll get the "most bang for your buck"? Support godly companies and businesses that have "just weights and measures." Learn to make your own chocolate cream filled cookies and let Kraft learn a lesson to not mix their perverted political beliefs with their business. I think I'll boycott all Kraft foods again just because of this latest slap in the face to Christian consumers.
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News Item6/27/12 4:31 PM
Kenny O | San Francisco  Contact via emailFind all comments by Kenny O
This is why you are upset with gay Oreo. You all think that this is your home, that you have say-so about what the unssaved majority can or can't do. We are in a post Christian nation and Its gonna get worse outside of the grace of God
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News Item6/27/12 4:14 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Angela, don't you know I already figured it out!? the power of one corporation to control food supply is pathetic in a land of plenty. it is a failure of the imagination that as a nation we are not able to work the land again and do something honorable. (other nations do it!) if the nation planted fruit trees in its yards and cultivated for food in simple ways (and didn't treat chicken owners like property criminals), then in not so many years we could trade with each other and be a community.

We left the fields last century for the factories, left the factories for service jobs. the family farms left, then the factories sent to China, and here we are with "foods" that are not sustainable.....for us.

the life is in the seed. lift tax penalties for land ownership and see the youth return. many want to. who could find fault with that?

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News Item6/27/12 3:45 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Wilson wrote:
No, you have a choice. There is no sin in buying from non-Christians.
These boycotts are silly.
I agree.
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News Item6/27/12 3:32 PM
Aza | Ariz  Find all comments by Aza
No more kraft for us.
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News Item6/27/12 2:48 PM
hownasty kraftnasty  Find all comments by hownasty kraftnasty
"Kraft Foods posted a gay pride Oreo on the cookie’s Facebook page."

Yet another group of people "Kraft Foods" are prepared to send people to hell.

How evil and nasty can you get?

"In hell the wicked suffer the punishment of sense. Those who are not saved by Jesus Christ will suffer eternal torment. “And being in torments in Hades, he lifted up his eyes and saw Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom. Then he cried and said, ‘...I am tormented in this flame’” (Lk. 16:23-24). The Greek word for torment (basanos) often described hideous instruments of torture used in extracting information from prisoners. The word also depicted the severe pain caused by disease. When used of the torments of hell it is descriptive of the grievous pains of both body and soul in hell. “The master of that servant will come on a day when he is not looking for him and at an hour that he is not aware of, and will cut him in two [lit., torture or severely scourge him] and appoint him his portion with the hypocrites. There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth” (Mt. 24:50-51).

The Bible sets before us many differing aspects of the torments in hell as a warning" (Brian Schwertley)

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News Item6/27/12 2:13 PM
Wilson  Find all comments by Wilson
Angela Wittman wrote:
it looks as though the good Lord just may be allowing us to get in such a position that we will have no choice .
No, you have a choice. There is no sin in buying from non-Christians.

These boycotts are silly.

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News Item6/27/12 1:48 PM
Angela Wittman | Southern IL, USA  Find all comments by Angela Wittman
Well, jpw, it looks as though the good Lord just may be allowing us to get in such a position that we will have no choice but do as you have suggested.
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News Item6/27/12 1:12 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
why not grow our own food, create our own industry that has some honor and decency, instead of watching the swat teams take out dairy farming? the food dna that we buy has already been transpecies mixed and has been defiled by poisons that were never intended to be eaten.

such as asparatme.

why not share homecooked meals with one another instead of the sanitized hydrogenated plastic sugar addiction candies that strip the little ones of nutrients?

many of the foods themselves are abominations, testing using aborted fetal cells, or even as in the injections actually replicated aborted fetal cells and used as the base. where's the ethicists?

why not support locally grown food and get to know those who make the food?

why buy the junk anyway? it is junk.

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News Item6/27/12 11:58 AM
Angela Wittman | Southern IL, USA  Find all comments by Angela Wittman
Oreo cookies are not very healthy... I say let the "gays" have their cookies and while they are suffering the consequences of their dangerous life-style they can also suffer the health/dental consequences of eating sugary, fat treats. As for me, I'll bake my own cookies.
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News Item6/27/12 11:52 AM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
I'm just sick of hearing that word "pride" used all the time. Unwilling and/or unable to glorify anyone but themselves, people who throw that word around end up becoming insufferably pleased with themselves and their actions.
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News Item6/27/12 10:14 AM
John for Jesus | usa  Find all comments by John for Jesus
conventional oppression wrote:
The SBC could have made this same proclamation ("Proudly support adbomination!") about northern Baptists (c. 1845). The "abomination" in those days for them was freeing slaves vice ordaining slave-owners as missionaries.
The SBC convinced themselves that the Bible 100% approves that as long as a churchman shares the Gospel with his slaves, he can own as many human beings, and whip them as required, as his loving heart desires.
If they got it wrong with slaves, who says they aren't also getting it wrong oppressing female and gay preachers?
This isn't about what the SBC says about sodomy. It is about what God says, "You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination (Lev 18:22)." Kraft is opposing God.
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News Item6/27/12 9:39 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
conventional oppression wrote:
The SBC could have made this same proclamation ("Proudly support adbomination!") about northern Baptists (c. 1845). The "abomination" in those days for them was freeing slaves vice ordaining slave-owners as missionaries.
The SBC convinced themselves that the Bible 100% approves that as long as a churchman shares the Gospel with his slaves, he can own as many human beings, and whip them as required, as his loving heart desires.
If they got it wrong with slaves, who says they aren't also getting it wrong oppressing female and gay preachers?
If they got it wrong about slaves, it was because they didn't follow Christ. If you get it wrong and think allowing female and "gay" preachers is ok, it is because you aren't following Christ. That would make you like the SBC of old, wouldn't it?
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News Item6/27/12 9:24 AM
shelia | hoover  Contact via emailFind all comments by shelia
Can kraft not make cookies to help other things. Like pink fot breast canser. Make a cookie to help autuism which is sweeping our nation by strom. How does making a cookie for gay pride help. God does not want us to be gay.
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News Item6/27/12 9:13 AM
conventional oppression  Find all comments by conventional oppression
John for Jesus wrote:
Kraft should have posted, "Proudly support adbomination!". God is love, if Kraft truly supported love they would oppose the gay agenda.
The SBC could have made this same proclamation ("Proudly support adbomination!") about northern Baptists (c. 1845). The "abomination" in those days for them was freeing slaves vice ordaining slave-owners as missionaries.

The SBC convinced themselves that the Bible 100% approves that as long as a churchman shares the Gospel with his slaves, he can own as many human beings, and whip them as required, as his loving heart desires.

If they got it wrong with slaves, who says they aren't also getting it wrong oppressing female and gay preachers?

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