April 4, 2006

A Tupelo, Mississippi-based Christian-themed organization of far-far-right minded individuals is peeved at Wal-Mart for actually selling "Brokeback Mountain" on DVD.

The American Family Association, representing 3 million what I am supposing are typical Wal-Mart shoppers (of which I am not one of) objects not only to the selling of the horrible gay-agenda-pushing Academy Award-winning film, but also to Wal-Mart's aggressive storefront gay propagandizing of the stud-muffin spectacular.

"It wasn't even a blockbuster movie, so if Wal-Mart isn't trying to push an agenda, why would they put it at the front door?" said Randy Sharp, director of special projects for the association, which calls itself an organization for "people who are tired of cursing the darkness and who are ready to light a bonfire."

Ah, the scent of burning DVDs in the morning. Smells like... fascism.

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