ASSOCIATED PRESS — Kalamazoo Ends Benefits to Gay Partners

“The City of Kalamazoo no longer will offer health insurance benefits to the partners of gay workers, becoming Michigan’s first public employer to take away such benefits in the wake of a 2004 ban against gay marriage. Kalamazoo City Manager Kenneth Collard confirmed Monday that the city will eliminate domestic partner benefits for four non-unionized employees effective June 30. He cited a May 23 order from the Michigan Supreme Court. …Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, said public universities and state and local governments should follow Kalamazoo’s lead and ‘honor the will of the voters.'”


ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lansing, Michigan
June 4, 2007

Kalamazoo no longer will provide health benefits to gay partners
by David Eggert

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The City of Kalamazoo no longer will offer health insurance benefits to the partners of gay workers, becoming Michigan’s first public employer to take away such benefits in the wake of a 2004 ban against gay marriage.

Kalamazoo City Manager Kenneth Collard confirmed Monday that the city will eliminate domestic partner benefits for four non-unionized employees effective June 30. He cited a May 23 order from the Michigan Supreme Court. The high court agreed to hear an appeal of a state Court of Appeals decision blocking same-sex benefits, but it also let the earlier decision take immediate effect. “We have no authority, as being a creation of the state, to ignore the (Michigan) constitution as defined,” Collard told The Associated Press. The affected employees were informed last week and their partners have about a month to get other insurance, Collard said.

Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, said public universities and state and local governments should follow Kalamazoo’s lead and “honor the will of the voters.” Some public employers have said they will not take away domestic partner benefits until the case is decided once and for all.

The appeals court in February said Michigan’s 2004 voter-approved constitutional amendment against gay marriage also bars domestic partner benefits for the same-sex partners of public employees. Twenty-one gay couples represented by the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan appealed to the state Supreme Court, arguing the public never intended to ban same-sex benefits. A message seeking comment was left with the ACLU Monday.

Sixteen of the plaintiffs work for employers who offer same-sex benefits — Kalamazoo, various universities and a county health department covering the Lansing area. Another five plaintiffs are employed by the state, which in 2004 agreed to start providing same-sex benefits but delayed them until courts clear up their legality.

Kalamazoo has been at the center of the dispute over same-sex benefits in Michigan. In March 2005, Republican Attorney General Mike Cox interpreted the city’s domestic partner policy as violating the constitutional amendment, prompting a lawsuit by a Washington-based AFL-CIO group called National Pride at Work and others. Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm supports providing the benefits.

Up to 20 public universities, community colleges, school districts and local governments in Michigan have same-sex benefits policies. Universities, which employ most of those affected, argue that not being able to offer the benefits will hurt recruitment of faculty and staff.

At least 375 university and government employees in Michigan have partners who qualify for same-sex benefits.

http://www.mlive.com/newsflash/michigan/index.ssf?/base/news-44/1180986013217020.xml&storylist=newsmichigan

NEWS (KALAMAZOO) — AFA-MI Applauds Kalamazoo Cancellation of Homosexual Benefits

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, June 4, 2007

CONTACT: Gary Glenn 989-835-7978
City Manager Ken Collard 269-337-8047
City Attorney A. Lee Kirk 269-337-8185

Amendment co-author welcomes city’s compliance

Family group applauds Kalamazoo cancellation of homosexual benefits,
urges Granholm, universities, local government officials to follow suit

Amendment still allows benefits offered to all employees

KALAMAZOO — A statewide family values group Monday commended Kalamazoo city officials — thirty-one months after Michigan voters approved a constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman — for finally obeying a court order prohibiting the city from recognizing homosexual relationships as equal or similar to marriage for purposes of providing taxpayer-financed spousal-type benefits to the homosexual partners of city employees.

Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan and one of two co-authors of the Marriage Protection Amendment approved by nearly 60 percent of Michigan voters in 2004, said he is “encouraged that politicians and bureaucrats intent on forcing taxpayers to subsidize homosexual behavior among government employees are finally concluding that legally, they have no choice but to obey the law and honor the will of the people.”

“We urge Gov. Granholm and other state and local government and university officials to follow Kalamazoo’s lead, honor the will of the voters, and obey the Supreme Court’s order that the ruling prohibiting taxpayer-financed government benefits based on recognizing homosexual relationships is now in effect,” Glenn said.

Kalamazoo City Manager Kenneth P. Collard in a May 31st memorandum notified Mayor Hannah McKinney and members of the Kalamazoo City Commission that spousal-type benefits for the homosexual partners of a handful of city employees will end June 30th.

“In February of 2007, the Court of Appeals…held that (the Marriage Protection Amendment) bans benefits to domestic partners. The Court of Appeals ordered that its decision take immediate effect,” Collard wrote.

“In March of 2007, the Court of AppealsÂ’ decision was appealed to the Michigan Supreme Court and on Friday, May 25, 2007, the Supreme Court decided to hear the case, but will not stay the Court of Appeals ruling while they make their decision,” he wrote.

“Therefore, effective June 30, 2007, the City is terminating domestic partner benefits.”

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NEWS (DETROIT) — AFA-Michigan to Fly Banner Over Homosexual Festival in Ferndale

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sat., June 2, 2007
CONTACT: Gary Glenn, Midland – 989-835-7978
Tom McMillin – 248-505-7500

Family values group to fly banner over June 3rd homosexual Motor City “Pride” event

FERNDALE, Mi. — Tens of thousands of individuals involved in the homosexual lifestyle can look heavenward on Sunday, June 3, for a message of hope during the opening ceremonies of Motor City Pride, a Ferndale street festival intended to celebrate homosexual “pride” and promote a political agenda that seeks special rights and legal status for those who engage in homosexual behavior.

The American Family Association of Michigan, a statewide family values organization that characterizes homosexual behavior as wrong and a threat to public health, has hired an aerial advertising company to fly over the event in downtown Ferndale with a banner that reads, “JESUS CHRIST: HOPE FOR HOMOSEXUALS.COM”. Weather permitting, the banner will be flown over West 9 Mile Road from approximately 1:45 pm to 2:15 pm Sunday.

AFA-Michigan President Gary Glenn, co-author of the Marriage Protection Amendment overwhelmingly approved by Michigan voters in 2004, said the group hopes to encourage “even one person among the tens of thousands of poor souls ensnared in this self-destructive lifestyle that homosexual behavior can be abandoned and overcome, as many others have done before them.”

“True Christian compassion does not involve enabling, encouraging, or legitimizing behavior that puts other people’s spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical lives and health at risk,” Glenn said. “The only truly compassionate response, if we truly care for each others’ souls and health and well-being, is to discourage homosexual behavior and offer individuals hope and help in finding a way out.”

The banner points to www.HopeforHomosexuals.com, a Christian web site that provides personal testimonials and other information about “thousands of ex-gays…(who) have now ‘come out’ of homosexuality to lead healthy, fulfilling lives.”

Glenn cited the recent high-profile example of Charlene Cothran, for three decades a prominent lesbian activist in Atlanta who published Venus, an award-winning magazine which focused on African-Americans involved in the homosexual lifestyle.

Cothran wrote in the March issue of Venus: “Over the past 29 years of my life I have been an aggressive, creative and strategic supporter of gay and lesbian issues…(and)…publisher of a 13 year old periodical which targets Black gays and lesbians …But now, I must come out of the closet again. I have recently experienced the power of change that came over me once I completely surrendered to the teachings of Jesus Christ. As a believer of the word of God, I fully accept and have always known that same-sex relationships are not what God intended for us. …I do know that there is someone, possibly reading this very article, who is tired and unhappy living this way. Someone, in your heart of hearts, is searching for a way out, but you just can’t seem to break free on your own. I am speaking to my gay and lesbian brothers and sisters who want real peace; the kind you’ve heard about, sung about, read about.”
http://www.venusmagazine.org/cover_story.html

The Hope for Homosexuals web site includes links to Christian ministries and counseling services in Michigan — including two in metro Detroit — that are staffed by individuals who have abandoned the homosexual lifestyle and assist others in doing so.

Healing Choices, Canton
www.healingchoices.us
Carlton Quattlebaum 734-397 4700

Reconciliation Ministries, Roseville
www.recmin.org
Dan Hitz 586-739-5114

Corduroy Stone, Lansing
www.corduroystone.com
Mike Jones 517-371-1353

Vital Signs, Traverse City
Sara Stargardt 231-947-7645

Glenn said the banner’s purpose “is to offer spiritual hope and help to families and individuals who are involved in self-destructive behavior that not only has spiritual consequences, but which medical science associates with a dramatically higher incidence of domestic violence, mental illness, substance abuse, eating disorders, life-threatening such as AIDS, cancer, and hepatitis, and premature death by up to 20 years.”

“For example, since homosexual behavior among males is by 3-to-1 the single largest cause of AIDS cases in metro Detroit, it’s a fact that helping men escape the homosexual lifestyle altogether is unquestionably the single most effective way to prevent the spread of this deadly disease,” Glenn said.

“Homosexual activists browbeat society to be ‘politically correct’ and ignore the fact that this deadly disease is overwhelmingly a result of homosexual behavior,” he said. “To save lives, society must instead have the moral courage to be scientifically correct and rational about homosexual behavior and AIDS, just as we are about the scientific fact that smoking tobacco causes cancer.”

According to the Michigan Department of Public Health:

* Over 61 percent of AIDS cases in the metro Detroit area are the result of male homosexual behavior: 55.5 percent involving men who were infected by the disease through sexual contact with other men, and another 5.7 percent who were engaged in both homosexual behavior and injecting drugs.

* Twenty percent of AIDS cases in metro Detroit are the result of injecting drugs without involvement in homosexual activity.

* Only 16 percent of AIDS cases in metro Detroit are the result of transmission through heterosexual activity, only 1.6 percent involve babies who acquired the disease from their mothers at birth, and only one percent involve exposure to infected blood.

A Canadian study published in 1997 by Oxford University’s International Journal of Epidemiology reported that “life expectancy at age 20 years for gay and bisexual men is 8 to 20 years less than for all men. If the same pattern of mortality were to continue, we estimate that nearly half of gay and bisexual men currently aged 20 years will not reach their 65th birthday.”

* “Modelling the impact of HIV disease on mortality in gay and bisexual men,” International Journal of Epidemiology, Oxford University, 1997 at: http://ije.oxfordjournals.org/…

* Also cited by Canadian Medical Association Journal, Jan. 2000, at: http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/content/full/162/1/21#SEC3

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NEWS RELEASE — $5,000 Reward Offered for Info on False "Hate Crime" Report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, April 2, 2007
CONTACT: Gary Glenn 989-835-7978

“No Evidence an Assault Occurred,” Detroit police say

Group Offers $5,000 Reward for Testimony
on Conspiracy to File False Police Report

Police Urged to Investigate Complicity in False Accusation

DETROIT — A Michigan family values organization falsely accused by a national homosexual activist group of inciting an elderly Detroit man’s alleged “murder” Monday renewed its call for Detroit police to investigate who may have been complicit in the filing of a false police report after a coroner’s report revealed that 72-year old Andrew Anthos died of an accidental fall caused by a degenerative disease.

Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, Monday announced that to assist such an investigation, the group will pay a $5,000 reward for information resulting in the arrest and conviction of any individual or individuals who encouraged or assisted Anthos in filing what official evidence now indicates was a false police report.

“The county coroner’s findings have already exposed and discredited homosexual activists’ plans to exploit and use this poor man’s death to promote their divisive political agenda,” Glenn said.

“Now we hope our reward will help secure testimony against the Triangle Foundation or whoever it was that persuaded an elderly dying man suffering from mental illness, after he initially told police he didn’t know how he’d been hurt, to change his story a week later and file a false police report accusing an African-American man of attacking him for ‘being gay,'” Glenn said.

Glenn calls for apology from national homosexual group

“Now that police and the county coroner report that Mr. Anthos died of a degenerative disease,” Glenn said, “Matt Foreman of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force — if he has a conscience — will issue an immediate public apology for falsely and maliciously accusing Cardinal Maida of the Archdiocese of Detroit and the American Family Association of Michigan of being responsible for Mr. Anthos’ accidental death.”

Foreman in a Feb. 23rd statement blamed Anthos’ death on “the homophobic rants of Gary Glenn of the American Family Association of Michigan” and “an ugly campaign led by Cardinal Adam Maida to ‘protect marriage’ by writing anti-gay discrimination into (Michigan’s) constitution.”

“It is appalling hypocrisy,” Foreman said, “for (Glenn and Maida) to pretend that their venomous words and organizing have no connection to the plague of hate violence against gay people, including the murder of Mr. Anthos.” http://www.tri.org/violence/pdfs/taskforce.pdf

Student prosecuted for false “hate crime” report in Idaho

Glenn cited a similar situation in Idaho in which a Boise State University student is currently facing criminal charges for filing a false police report alleging that he was also attacked for “being gay.”

The BSU student newspaper in January reported that the Boise city prosecutor “has filed a summons for a BSU student accused of making up an account of an anti-gay assault on the BSU campus. Authorities announced that Alex ‘A.J.’ McGillis, 20, of Boise must appear in court on charges…relat(ing) to a false report McGillis made to police…According to police reports, McGillis initially claimed a white male struck him from behind with an object while using anti-gay expletives.” http://media.www.arbiteronline.com/media/storage/…

Anthos told an almost identical story in his altered police report a week after initially telling police he didn’t know how he’d been hurt, claiming an African-American male struck him from behind with an object while using anti-gay expletives.

Glenn said such fabricated “hate crime” reports are “part of homosexual activists’ manipulative propaganda campaign to promote outrageous legislation under which a criminal would receive a more severe prison sentence for attacking a grown man who’s involved in homosexual activity than he’d get for attacking a pregnant mom or senior citizen or small child.”

“Mr. Anthos’ accidental death was a tragedy to his family and friends because he was a human being, no more so or less so because at some time in his life he may have engaged in homosexual activity,” Glenn said. “Had he or anyone else actually been physically attacked, the assailant should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, not punished any more or less severely based on the victim’s sexual activity.”


Background information

-The Detroit Free Press reported Thursday: “Initially, Anthos told police he did not know what happened to him, police said. But about a week later, he told police he was struck from behind after someone called out, asking him if he was gay.” http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070329/NEWS01/703290305/1003

-The Associated Press reported Thursday: “‘There’s no evidence that an assault occurred,’ police spokesman James Tate said Wednesday. …’They determined that he died of natural causes,’ Tate told The Detroit News.” http://www.mlive.com/newsflash/michigan/index.ssf?/base/news-42/1175135083210020.xml&storylist=newsmichigan

-The Associated Press reported March 21st: “(Cousin Athena) Fedenis said Anthos, who received state disability payments, was diagnosed with mental illness in the 1950s.” http://www.woodtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=6259907&nav=0Rce

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NEWS RELEASE — House Dems Try to Hide Homosexual Agenda on "Bullying" Bill

Please read our news release below, then contact your state Senator and urge him to oppose HB 4162 and its Senate counterpart SB 0107.

Click here to find your senator’s contact information:

http://senate.michigan.gov

Thanks for your support!

Gary Signature
Gary Glenn, President
American Family Association of Michigan


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, March 28, 2007
CONTACT: Gary Glenn
989-835-7978

Family group: House Dems try to deceive voters, hide “gay rights” push from public on bullying bill

LANSING — A statewide family values organization Wednesday accused Democrats in the Michigan House of Representatives of trying to deceive voters after a purported “anti-bullying” bill was amended to create special “protected class” status on the basis of homosexual behavior and cross-dressing — but hide from clear public view the language doing so — while refusing to even allow a recorded vote on language simply protecting all students from bullying and harassment regardless of motivation. The House then approved House Bill 4162 on a near-party line vote of 59-to-50.

Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, said “House Democrats proved today that their real motivation is a political payoff to billionaire Jon Stryker and other homosexual activists who demand that Michigan create special protections and legal rights specifically for individuals who engage in homosexual behavior.”

The original language of HB 4162 expressly segregated students into categories based on personal or behaviorial characteristics, then doled out protection based on a student’s falling into one of the segregated categories which included so-called “sexual orientation” and “gender identity or expression.”

However, after hearing last week from thousands of citizens who opposed the creation of special protection based on homosexual behavior, House supporters of the bill Wednesday deceptively removed the original language that would have openly and expressly created the segregated “protected class” categories, replacing it with language that has the exact same effect by giving the power of law to a Michigan State Board of Education model bullying policy that itself segregates students into the same categories, including based on homosexual behavior and cross-dressing. (See paragraph two of the MSBE model policy here)

Glenn said the Democrats’ amendment “proves that they’re still trying to push Jon Stryker and other homosexual activists’ political agenda but now realize that agenda is not popularly supported and are trying to hide it from public view.”

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NEWS RELEASE — Detroit Police Urged to Investigate Complicity in False "Hate Crime" Report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, March 29, 2007
CONTACT: Gary Glenn – 989-835-7978

“No evidence an assault occurred,” Detroit police say

Homosexual activists pressed to come clean, apologize for claims about discredited “hate crime”

Police urged to investigate complicity in filing of false report

DETROIT — A statewide family values organization accused by homosexual activists of inciting an elderly Detroit man’s alleged murder Thursday called on Detroit police to investigate who may have been complicit in the filing of a false police report after police and medical officials announced that 72-year old Anthony Anthos had not been attacked and instead died of an accidental fall caused by a degenerative disease.

The Associated Press reported today (Thursday): “‘There’s no evidence that an assault occurred,’ police spokesman James Tate said Wednesday. …’They determined that he died of natural causes,’ Tate told The Detroit News.” [Read the full article here].

Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, issued the following statement:

“Homosexual activists were obviously well into great plans to exploit and profit both financially and politically from the now apparently false claims about the tragedy of this poor man’s death. It’s time for Jeff Montgomery and the Triangle Foundation to come clean and tell us whatever they know about whether someone convinced an elderly man suffering from mental illness, a week after he accidentally fell and hit his head, to falsely accuse an African-American man of attacking him for ‘being gay’,” Glenn said.

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Make Your Reservations Now for the 2007 AFA-Michigan Banquet

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DAVID LIMBAUGH to keynote
AFA-Michigan 2007 banquet

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Dear AFA-Michigan supporter,

Please put Thursday, April 26th, on your calendar and plan to join us for the American Family Association of Michigan’s 2007 annual banquet in Oakland County.

Advanced Reservations Recommended — Seating is limited and we expect our speaker to draw a full capacity crowd. Please contact Event Coordinator Nicole Stahl at nicole@nicolestahl.com to place your reservation and make sure you get seats.

Please also contact Nicole if you live nearby and would like to volunteer to help with this event.

As it was last year, our banquet will be held at the beautiful Addison Oaks Conference Center in Leonard, located in northeastern Oakland County.

Our banquet keynote speaker this year will be attorney and political commentator DAVID LIMBAUGH, best-selling author of the book, “Persecution: How Liberals are Waging War Against Christianity.”

David is the brother of nationally known radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.

Below, you’ll find two references David made in “Persecution” to the American Family Association of Michigan and our defense of Christians who have faced persecution for their faith here in Michigan.

You can visit David’s website at:
http://www.davidlimbaugh.com/books.htm

And please watch for more detailed information to come in the weeks ahead.

We deeply appreciate your support, which makes all that we do possible.

And we look forward to seeing you on April 26th!

Gary Signature
Gary Glenn, President
American Family Association of Michigan

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DAVID LIMBAUGH to Keynote
AFA-Michigan 2007 Banquet

DavidLimbaugh

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Dear AFA-Michigan supporter,

Please put Thursday, April 26th, on your calendar and plan to join us for the American Family Association of Michigan’s 2007 annual banquet in Oakland County.

Advanced Reservations Recommended — Seating is limited and we expect our speaker to draw a full capacity crowd. Please contact Event Coordinator Nicole Stahl at nicole@nicolestahl.com to place your reservation and make sure you get seats.

Please also contact Nicole if you live nearby and would like to volunteer to help with this event.

As it was last year, our banquet will be held at the beautiful Addison Oaks Conference Center in Leonard, located in northeastern Oakland County. Our banquet committee has determined that the price per ticket for our April 26th annual banquet featuring best-selling author David Limbaugh will be $48 per person.

Our banquet keynote speaker this year will be attorney and political commentator DAVID LIMBAUGH, best-selling author of the book, “Persecution: How Liberals are Waging War Against Christianity.”

David is the brother of nationally known radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.

Below, you’ll find two references David made in “Persecution” to the American Family Association of Michigan and our defense of Christians who have faced persecution for their faith here in Michigan.

You can visit David’s website at:
http://www.davidlimbaugh.com/books.htm

And please watch for more detailed information to come in the weeks ahead.

We deeply appreciate your support, which makes all that we do possible.

And we look forward to seeing you on April 26th!

Gary Signature
Gary Glenn, President
American Family Association of Michigan

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Lawsuit: MSU's homosexual benefits violate state constitution

AFA-Michigan lawsuit says MSU violating Marriage Protection Amendment, state law

Family group sues to stop university recognition, spending based on homosexual relationships

LANSING — The co-authors of a Marriage Protection Amendment to Michigan’s state constitution overwhelmingly approved by voters in 2004 are joining forces again to stop what they say is Michigan State University’s unconstitutional recognition and use of public funds to subsidize university employees’ homosexual relationships as if they are equal or similar to marriage.

Gary Glenn, Midland, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, the plaintiff in the case, and Patrick Gillen, Ann Arbor, attorney for the Thomas More Law Center, Wednesday filed suit in Ingham County Circuit Court alleging that MSU’s “use of state funds for the purpose of defining and recognizing…and providing benefits to MSU-recognized same-sex domestic partnerships violates the constitution of the state of Michigan as well as state law.”

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Notre Dame law prof backs Michigan pro-life amendment

Nationally renowned legal scholar and abortion
foe calls amendment “prudent, timely, and positive”

Notre Dame law professor backs Michigan’s
Prenatal Child Protection Amendment

Endorsement lauded by Michigan family values group

SOUTH BEND, Indiana — Professor Charles E. Rice of Notre Dame University, a nationally renowned legal scholar and abortion foe, Wednesday endorsed a proposed amendment to the Michigan constitution to ban nearly all abortions by extending the state constitution’s guarantee of due process and equal protection of the law to all persons from the moment of conception.
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AFA-Michigan joins leaders urging Ford to stop funding homosexual activist groups

For Immediate Release:  1/11/2006

44 pro-family groups ask Ford to honor commitment, stop funding either side in cultural war

(Tupelo, MS) - American Family Association (AFA), along with 43 other pro-family groups, has asked Ford Motor Company Chairman Bill Ford to honor Ford’s commitment to stop supporting homosexual groups. The organizations also requested that Ford stop supporting any group involved in the current cultural war.

Read letter to Chairman Bill Ford: http://www.afa.net/fordletter.asp

AFA began a boycott of Ford last spring. At the request of several Ford dealers, the boycott was suspended for six months while the two sides tried to work out a compromise.

In a letter to Ford, AFA Chairman Donald E. Wildmon said Ford, after a meeting with homosexual groups, reneged on a representation of action they told AFA Ford would take.

�After meeting with seven homosexual leaders and without any input from thousands of their dealers who stand to be adversely affected by Ford’s decision, Ford made their decision to renege on actions they told AFA they would take,� Wildmon said. “Ford’s support for these groups pushing homosexual marriage can only hurt dealers across the country. Why would Ford put the interests of seven homosexual groups ahead of the interests of all their dealers? Simply because Ford considers seven homosexual leaders more important than thousands of their dealers.�
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