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mrveggieman
12-18-2011, 01:43 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5eqU7AxUec&list=UU1yBKRuGpC1tSM73A0ZjYjQ&index=6&feature=plcp

I meant to say refuses to sell. Sorry for the typo.

duane1969
12-18-2011, 01:59 PM
Easy. Komen donates to Planned Parenthood. In spite of what is said on the video, Planned Parenthood has been caught on video facilitating abortions. That aside, Planned Parenthood has long supported the right to choose which is in direct contradiction to the Christian position of right to life. No brainer.

The Young Turks' effort to imply that the Christian book store is not supporting breast cancer awareness and research is an epic failure.

gatorboymike
12-18-2011, 10:57 PM
The pink Qurans didn't go over too well, either.

theonedru
12-18-2011, 11:25 PM
I think its horrible to just focus on breast cancer and ignore all the other cancers out there. Treat all cancers equally as they are all horrible. Breast cancer awareness has made millionaires out of the likes of the founder of the Susan G Koman foundation who makes approx $500,000 off the charity every year in salary. Its a disgrace to people who suffer from it.

ensbergcollector
12-18-2011, 11:48 PM
I think its horrible to just focus on breast cancer and ignore all the other cancers out there. Treat all cancers equally as they are all horrible. Breast cancer awareness has made millionaires out of the likes of the founder of the Susan G Koman foundation who makes approx $500,000 off the charity every year in salary. Its a disgrace to people who suffer from it.

i'll give that a +1

Star_Cards
12-19-2011, 12:07 AM
I think its horrible to just focus on breast cancer and ignore all the other cancers out there. Treat all cancers equally as they are all horrible. Breast cancer awareness has made millionaires out of the likes of the founder of the Susan G Koman foundation who makes approx $500,000 off the charity every year in salary. Its a disgrace to people who suffer from it.

I've thought the same thing. It's not even the most common cancer among women from some things I've heard... of course I'm not exactly sure about that.

I do think the other cancers get a lot of research funds but I always found it odd that breast cancer seems to get the most exposure lately.

as for the original topic, meh, and bookstore has the right to sell or not sell what they want.