Maybe there is actual hope in this country when people from both sides of the political spectrum speak out against discrimination. In the case of the One Million Moms campaign to have JC Penney fire Ellen DeGeneres as its spokesperson because the company was jumping onto the "pro-gay bandwagon," JC Penney and Ellen got an ally in Fox News' Bill O'Reilly.
As the One Million Moms' website says (in really bad bold type):
By jumping on the pro-gay bandwagon, JC Penney is attempting to gain a new target market and in the process will lose customers with traditional values that have been faithful to them over all these years.
Ask JC Penney to replace Ellen Degeneres as their new spokesperson immediately and remain neutral in the culture war.
(SIDENOTE: If you are going to crap on someone, One Million Moms, at least spell Ellen's last name right?)
Last night, O'Reilly called the One Million Moms' campaign a "witch hunt." Here is video of the segment with "pro-family" Fox contributor Sandy Rios (are you kidding us, Latina?):
Meanwhile, Ellen took a moment from her show to address her haters, because "her haters" are her "motivators."