What do home improvement supplies, coffee, and cereal have to do with the gay marriage debate? Although at first glance the answer would be nothing, there is a strong connection. General Mills, one of the world's largest food companies, has weighed in on the gay marriage debate, joining Home Depot and Starbucks, among other powerful companies, in support of redefining marriage.
The National Organization for Marriage, a non-profit group that advocates for the protection of traditional marriage, has gathered over 20,000 signatures on its petition against General Mills' public opposition to the marriage amendment in Minnesota this November, which would define marriage as between one man and one woman. Those who signed the petition,Dump General Mills, vowed to boycott the company's products over its position on the marriage issue.
... NOM had previously led a similar campaign against Starbucks that has to date over 45,000 signatures. And last year, the American Family Association rallied over half a million people to commit to boycotting Home Depot over its support of homosexual activism.