Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Donut Wars

I have never purchased a Krispy Kreme donut. A store opened and closed near my former home on Long Island, and I never missed it. Donuts are one fattening food which offerd little tempation to me. Well, except for Boston Creme from Dunkin' Donuts.

So, when Krispy Kreme decided to sponsor "Freedom of Choice Day" on Inauguration Day, January 20th, I didn't pay attention. I had ignored Ben and Gerrys's new ice cream "Yes Pecan" and Pepsi's "Refresh America" campaign, so I figured I'd ignore the latest insult to our intelligence. Like we don't notice how the mainstream media and many businesses are throwing branches in the path of the Messiah. "Robert Knight, author and media analyst, said Pepsi’s advertising may just be trying to capitalize on the “honeymoon” that Obama is currently enjoying. “I think, given the effectiveness of Obama’s message, Pepsi is merely getting aboard the bandwagon and trying to capitalize on the good feeling -- that a new era of optimism has arrived,”
Knight told
However, it seems the donut wars will be joined, since they have become a significant battle of the culture wars raging in this nation. No company with a maketing department can claim not to know that the pharse "freedom of choice" refers to the abortion movement. Krispy Kreme's claim that this was not their intention is disingenuous to say the least. I suspect more sinister motives.
They just didn't count on a new alternative media out there to respond; the Catholic Blogosphere.
When you Google "Krispy Kreme Freedom of Choice" my friend and fellow Pro-life Blog Awardee Barbara Curtis at "Mommy Life"is at the top of the list, followed by Faith and Familiy Live blogger Danielle Bean. We don't buy the clarification offered by Krispy Kreme either.
We don't just sit back and take the pro-abortion rhetoric anymore; we fight back. The liberals were thrown on their heels by this, and came back swinging. Of course, since they don't have truth on their side, they have to get dirty and violent in their content. So much for "hope" and "change". I see business as usual. Liberals expect to have their outrageous views unapposed and when they are, they go ballistic.

Here's some of the worst:
Katherine Townsend
(beware of the most vile comments)
Amanda Marcotte says we just hate the idea of a black president:
Emily Douglas on RHRealityCheck:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Never really liked Krisco Kremes. Maybe that's why they have to give them away, making believe they are allowing people to make a choice!! Sort of like making believe FOCA gives hospitals and doctors the Freedom to choose.

To the Amanda Marcottes, Quotes by Rev, Clenard H Childress Jr
A Black Pro-Life Activist

"Pro-Choice? This carefully devised phrase was contrived to provoke our inward zeal for freedom and the civil right to make choices freely. I am all for freedom of choice, except when it comes at the expense of innocent lives. Women who have been deceived into wrong choices and children who were never given any choice at all are the victims of pro-choice America."

"The most dangerous place for an African American to be is in the womb of their African American mother."
This Black man does not like the idea of Obama being President either.

And to all the Katherine Townsends, Wonkettes adn Emily Douglas' , Have you seen what Abortion looks like?
Go to this site ( and you will see what a second trimester aborted baby looks like. So much for your Pro-Choice America.
I'm praying for America to return to her original Purity of the Right to Life.
Obama compared to Abe Lincoln? Here's the big difference, Quote from Lincoln: "One Never Stands so Tall as when he stoops to help a child."
Quote from Obama: "It is time to turn a new chapter in American History"
Applause came from the abortion mill, Planned Parenthood.

And another quote from Obama
when asked during a CNN interview "At what point does a baby get Human Rights ?
Obama answeres with "...that question with specificity is above my pay grade."
So much for stooping to help a child ! Martin Luther King Jr knew at what point a human baby has human rights!