Skip to comments.Target pushes for U.S. government to punish churches and Christian business owners
Posted on 05/04/2019 6:14:47 AM PDT by Maudeen
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Target just committed corporate suicide in much of “Fly Over” country
The army of Satan continues its attack on our Republic.
The ovens are warming ...
So Target gets woke and doesnt like the fact that it is making them go broke. Then it expects the government to punish people who will not worship Targets golden calf.
Well Target is going nuclear. This goes beyond virtue signaling. If you have not been boycotting them its time to start.
There is no doubt whatsoever that the law is aimed at Christians, and will NOT be enforced against m*slims no matter what they do.
That place has been dead to me since the “anybody’s bathroom” stuff.
Its funny. I know a number of people who won’t shop there, I thought it was just me. I wonder if their sales are off? The few times I’ve been in there in the last few years, they don’t look crowded...
Enough people boycotted Target in Macon, GA they closed the store about six mounts ago.
I went in a Target store once, maybe 10 years ago, looked around and left.
Related to your post#1, Bob Dylan had a song with the lyrics in part going:
“You’re going to have to serve somebody. It may be the devil, or it may be the Lord, but you’re going to have to serve somebody.”.
The wheat is now in the process of being separated from the chaff. Everyone has free will - chose intelligently.
I am DOUBLE not shopping at Target.
Easy peasy! They don’t need me, I DON’T need them!
Target lives up to its name.
I stopped going to Target when they canceled the Marines ‘Toys For Tots’ program and then they ran off the Salvation Army Bell Ringers. I wouldn’t spend a nickel there for any reason because they are hard core Leftists.
I went to high school play last night. I had seen the play before professionally, and I had seen the movie, and the high school (whomever) decided to rewrite the script a little bit to include all the hot button PC issues of the day. Just a little bit and just enough to virtue signal.
That was messed up.
I only go to Target when absolutely necessary, and then, of course, only buy minimal stuff.
I used to love the store...kind of a slimmed-down Walmart without the crowds to deal with [and probably quieter now].
This article is definitely a topic for conversation in Sunday School tomorrow.
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