Ed Team

Old Navy: A Complete Rebellion Against God

Filed By Ed Team | June 15, 2011 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Christian Anti-Defamation League, Gary Cass, gay pride, Old Navy, Pride tshirts

"Old Navy is promoting a lifestyle that is in complete rebellion against God. Rather than just focusing on giving good products to their customers, they want to use their products now to advocate for a very controversial topic, much less a very immoral and very deadly topic. Unfortunately we have to do the hard work of communicating our outrage, our frustration -- and then following that up with some kind of practical expression such as taking your business elsewhere."

-- Christian Anti-Defamation Commission muckeymuck Gary Cass has his flagellation device set to high after hearing that Old Navy was selling Pride t-shirts in some of it's stores.

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Leigh Anne | June 15, 2011 6:46 PM

The comment could just as easily be about trousers on women, skirts above the ankle, skirts above the knee. Fortunately, he's so far out there that even most Christians will keep buying stuff at Old Navy and The Gap. And I might just start.

So Old Navy is checking people at the door to see if they're Christians, and then forcing them to buy the Pride shirts?

Is Old Navy forcing anyone to buy the Pride shirts?

Can Old Navy force people to shop at their store?

How is carrying a product that people can either purchase or ignore considered "advocating?" Old Navy also has shirts that say "sunshine." Everyone knows that sun exposure can be deadly, so we better boycott such an irresponsible store!

Besides, I don't see what the Christians have to complain about. Old Navy has been selling shirts that say "peace & love" (their messiah's message) for years. You don't see anyone complaining about that blatant nods to the Jeebus followers.