The Ironic Ways The Target Boycott Is Backfiring For Conservatives

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    I loves me some wacko conservative religious folk.


    http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2016/05/04/3775201/target-protest-backlash/
     
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    pretty much how I feel.
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    screw him, and his horse.
     
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    Was at target yesterday with my sister and my niece and nephew. No crazies there. We keep our religious right wing nut jobs in their place here in Jersey. :D
     
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    Going down less than 5% is a "plunge"? I think you might want to work on your definitions. I might call it a small dip. What do you call Apple's 15% drop in the last month alone? What about the 10% drop in the same time frame as Target's drop?

    I can't believe that people are so worked up over something that has been going on for decades with no problems. Conservatives apparently just have to have something to cry foul over at all times, even if it has never affected them before. It's astonishing.
     
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    You'd think they would have learned a bit from this primary.
     
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    Couldn't care less actually...but you knew that didn't you.:D
     
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    Good for them, my wife likes shopping there.
     
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