Over at Real Clear Politics, Maggie Gallagher of the National Organization for Missionary Position (NOM) defends her group's international protest of Starbucks Coffee: "I don't generally support boycotts, especially not the kind gay marriage advocates have launched that target whole business enterprises if any one major partner personally donates to a measure like California's Proposition 8." (This is absolute horseshit. Ms. Gallagher and her anti-LGBT cohorts have boycotted companies from J.C. Penney to Home Depot to Walt Disney World.) "Starbucks has voluntarily decided -- as a corporation -- to associate its brand with a major political issue, the CEO just confirmed. I was in the room. I heard him. Customers across the world have a right to know that contrary to the promises made by the corporation in the Middle East and elsewhere, Starbucks does subsidize political causes. Drinking a cup of Starbucks coffee, sadly, means supporting gay marriage. Speak out, and stop being invisible to powerful men like Schultz. The business of America may or may not be business, but the business of corporations is to make an honest profit by serving all their customers well, both those who favor and those who oppose gay marriage."
(Hat Tip: Joe.My.God.)