Ok assuming your last line is correct. I mean isn’t the whole deal with Christian right beating their chest on morals and values by nature not smart business. Are conservatives now the cold and calculating party? I guess I should realize that there are Christians and Conservatives who are both but may lead more to smart business as opposed to morals and values. But I guess what I’m saying is the group that is critical because their of the morals and values lot is hypocritical in the sense that with all that hate in their hearts it clouds their judgment and invokes them to throw stones where no stones need to be thrown.
I also realize that’s a little off your point. I get what you are saying too. I just don’t think as value centered as they appear to be that could give a rip about smart business.
The coin definitely flips both ways.
I very much admire Chick-fil-A and Hobby Lobby for taking the conservative stands they have, but I know they lost a lot of left-leaning customers because of doing so.
The phrase, "Shut up and sing" comes to mind. Consumers are interested in the products and services that businesses and entertainers provide to them, and are more than willing to pay good money to have them.
What turns them off, is when a business or entertainer steps outside the bounds of that relationship and takes a public stand which they disagree with.