Campbell’s Soup Hates Families

Or so says the “American Family Association.”  I put the organization’s name in quotes, because so little of what it does actually supports American families.  For example, the group’s latest project includes attacking Campbell’s soup for this magazine ad…

The ad appeared in the Advocate, a very popular gay-themed magazine, and *gasp* includes two women in the photo.  Almost hinting that they are a real lesbian couple who have a child and are making dinner like a normal family.  Stunningly risque.

The American Family Association was shocked, and immediately began a drive to pressure Campbell’s to remove the ad and apologize.  Says the AFA:

Campbell Soup Company has openly begun helping homosexual activists push their agenda. Not only did the ads cost Campbell’s a chunk of money, but they also sent a message that homosexual parents constitute a family and are worthy of support. They also gave their approval to the entire homosexual agenda. 


Homosexual parents can actually create a family?  They deserve support?  Craziness.  Only a complete radical could believe something like that.  Let’s all get behind the brave AFA stance and switch to generic brands instead of Campbells.  Otherwise those homosexuals might just take over the world, eat our children, and bind us all in chains to the carry out the vile, evil, heinous “Homosexual Agenda.”  Dun Dun Dun…..

2 thoughts on “Campbell’s Soup Hates Families

  1. Paul,
    Here’s a letter to the editor I wrote for Christmas last year, so the numbers are a year old. It’s about the “War on Christmas” but you’ll be interested in the part about the so-called “American Family Association.”

    Well, it’s that time of the year again – time for Fox’s self-ordained “culture warriors” Bill O’Reilly and John Gibson to bemoan the “War on Christmas.” But they don’t mean the incursion of commercialism into what used to be a religious holiday. They mean the war waged by hapless store clerks greeting us with “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas.” It should be no surprise the money changers are managing to profiteer on this war as well. Last year the American Family Association sold $550,000 worth of buttons and magnets that read “Merry Christmas: It’s Worth Saying.” The Liberty Counsel raked in $300,000 selling “Help Save Christmas Action Packs.” One entrepreneur sold $100,000 worth of “Just Say ‘Merry Christmas'” rubber bracelets. Almost a million bucks total. My advice to Bill and John: when greeted with “Happy Holidays,” just say, “Thank you, and same to you.” Seems like the Christian thing to do.

    P.S. Haven’t heard the version of “Little Drummer Boy” you mentioned. I like the Harry Simone version because of the way the basses and tenors “drum” in the background. Sorry I’m a little off-topic here. Going to warm up with some Campbell’s Soup now.

  2. Hahaha. Thanks for passing along your LTE. It made my morning. If only more folks would take that to hear. 🙂

    Enjoy your Campbell’s Soup. I think I’m going to have to step up my intake myself.

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