The American Family Association is encouraging letters and e-mails of protest to Campbell Soup Company President Douglas Conant. The issue? Campbell's recent enlistment in the homosexual agenda.
In the December, 2008 and January, 2009 issues, Campbell Soup Company bought two, two-page advertisements in the latest issues of the nation's largest homosexual magazine, "The Advocate." The ads promote their Swanson line of broth. In one of the December ads, the Campbell Soup Company highlighted the lives of two lesbians with their son. The others feature New York City chefs. See the ads here.
Campbell Soup Company has openly begun helping homosexual activists push their agenda. Not only did the ads cost Campbell's a chunk of money, but they also sent a message that homosexual parents constitute a family and are worthy of support. They also gave their approval to the entire homosexual agenda.
The AFA therefore urges this email be forwarded to Campbell Soup Company President Douglas Conant. And after sending your email, the AFA suggests a follow-up phone call to Campbell Soup Company (800-257-8443) and their Swanson division (1-800-442-7684) asking that the company at least remain neutral in this part of the culture war.