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Pepsi risks boycott with donation to gay support group

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  1. Well done to Pepsico…..sure they knew the risk that they were taking, but we are now in the 21st century and, hopefully, they will not loose that many customers

  2. Pepsi clearly have bigger ‘b****cks’ than Heinz!

  3. Go Pepsi! Pepsi is my favorite brand of soda, and now they just got better. I think it is ridiculous that Christians still base their justification on the bible. If we actually truly followed the bible, then we could stone all the cheating sluts in the streets of the United States… They really need to think about what they’re going to base their argument on.

  4. It is wonderful we have the freedom to choose and to express that choice in this country without fear of harm. Well, we used to. Hate speech and intimidation is the current trend. Wonder where it will all end up? Pepsi and Dr. Pepper were my soda of choice. Not anymore. That is my freedom. Now someone can exercise there freedom and call me a few names. Whether you believe in Him or not, we all will stand before Him and give an account for our lives. Each of our freedom of choice will be judged by the only one who really has any say in the matter.

  5. people like Kathy Ihave Respect for , companys like pepsi i dont mt dew was my favorit an gatoraid fpr sports drinks an even lays patato chips boycot them all the way now so dose tha whole famaly give God his respect

  6. Oscar Gecko 14 Feb 2009, 5:19pm

    It isn’t just about their donation to PFLAG. They are getting political in California by fighting Proposition 8. Also, they give health benefits to homosexual domestic partners and not heterosexual domestic partners.

    Read my blog for more on this story…
    http://oscargecko.blogspot.com/2009/01/about-pepsico.html
    and
    http://oscargecko.blogspot.com/2009/01/more-about-pepsico.html

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