Wednesday, May 28, 2008

ExxonMobile Rejects the Gay Agenda


While Rockefeller family’s attempt to get oil giant ExxonMobil to focus more on climate change got more publicity, there was another resolution that went before shareholders today as well--gay and lesbian rights.
ExxonMobil (XOM: 90.43, +0.63, +0.70%) shareholders voted down a resolution to add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to Exxon’s non-discrimination statement on Wednesday. Approximately 40% of Exxon’s outstanding shares voted in favor of the clause, but it was not enough to send the issue to the oil company’s board of directors.

Well, three cheers for Exxon. At least the shareholders haven't yet swallowed ethe koolaide of the homosexual agenda. We can at least congratulate them for opening a new front in the culture war despite high gas prices.

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