Subject: Re: Dominoes Pizza Delivers? In article <2339@cps3xx.UUCP>, usenet@cps3xx.UUCP (U
From: japplega@csm9a.UUCP (Joe Applegate)
Subject: Re: Dominoes Pizza Delivers?
In article <2339@cps3xx.UUCP>, usenet@cps3xx.UUCP (Usenet file owner) writes:
> Reprinted without permission from "Ms.", March 1989:
> Domino's is also embroiled in a battle with the Ann Arbor chapter of
> NOW. Last May, the group alleges, Domino's Farms canceled a NOW
> event at its publicly available faclity after learning it would
> raise pro-choice monies. (A Right to Life fund-raiser had already
> been held there.) NOW filed a civil rights complaint, charging
> religious discrimination; the case is pending.
So much for the claim that atheism and feminism are not religions!
It does make me wonder just what feminists worship...
Self? Pride? or just the Spirit of Rebellion?
Or perhaps, like most abortionists it is just the old Ammonite god, Molech
who commanded the sacrifice of innocent children!
> Says Jan BenDor, president of Ann Arbor NOW and the event's
> organizer, "There's no reason any self-respecting feminist should
> buy Domino's pizza."
It's nice to know that feminists have respect for themselves, seeing as
how they have no respect for human life or the laws, commandments, and
authority structure of God... nor do they have much respect from REAL men
or from REAL women...
I am so glad that my wife is not only NOT supportive of these "bra-burning"
radicals, but actively stands against them at their rallys along with other
groups from our church, and other churches in the Denver area. She at least
is a REAL woman:
"Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies. The
heart of her husband doth safely trust in her, so that he shall have no need
She will do him good and not evil all the days of her life...
Favour is deceitful and beauty is vain, but a woman that feareth the Lord,
she shall be praised" Proverbs 31:10-11, 30
Yes, there is a bonified Pro-Choice movement in America... but the concept
that the dykes of NOW represent that movement is as rediculous as the claim
that the Roman Catholic Church represents the Pro-Life movement!
- Joe Applegate -
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opinions of the Colorado School of Mines, whatever they might be.
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