Fundie wingnuts have been promoting a Starbucks boycott ever since the company announced its support for a marriage equality law in its home state Washington, so Robert Breaud’s complaints are nothing new, but rather entirely predictable. Breaud is an ex-gay activist, and his warning to Starbucks was that they need to prepare for a divine reckoning after Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz rebuffed the head of the Corporate Morality Action Center, saying that Schultz has taken a “Christ-hating position” and is “helping to destroy young people’s lives.”
Breaud is, however, most famous for his hit song “It’s Not OK To Be Gay,” which you can experience here.
Diagnosis: An angry and evil little man.
I don't know what Mr. Schultz's opinion of Yeshua ben Yusef is but it is my information that, being of the Jewish persuasion, he doesn't believe that the latter is the Messiah prophesied in the Hebrew bible.ReplyDelete