James Cash Penney, Jr. (1875 – 1971) began his career in retail management when he opened The Golden Rule store in 1902. Penney built his company based on the premise that business is “as much religious as it is secular.”   If we love God first, everything else will fall into place. The issue of homosexuality is a love-God-first premise. The Bible is clear that homosexuality is a sin. There’s no getting around it. – Godfather Politics

 
Mr. Penney deserves to 'be up' there not because he was a 'Born Again Christian' but because he 'walked the walk.'  A very philanthropic and generous man who made his fortune with a business centered around the American Family.  (In 1940, during a visit to a store in Des Moines, Iowa, he trained a young Sam Walton on how to wrap packages with a minimal amount of ribbon.)

Mr. Penney may well be in heaven now, but let's hope he's 'not looking down.'

The latest disgraceful actions of the great company he founded would indeed cause him shame and a bewilderment that he could never be expected to understand.  And he's not alone.  Can anyone with a working mind please explain why these big companies insult 90% of their paying customers by supporting a movement that is focused on destroying American values, American traditions and the American Family.  It makes no sense at all, anyway you spin it.

Personally, as with Home Depot, Starbucks, General Mills and any other company that insults the majority of their customers and supports the destruction of the family, my family will not be a customer anymore.  Send your response to JCPenney Here.

Here's the story:

JCPenney’s Father’s Day ad features two gay homosexual ‘dads’

Posted by Christine Dhanagom on Fri Jun 01, 2012

PLANO, TEXAS, May 31, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – After commemorating Mother’s Day with an ad featuring two lesbians, JCPenney is releasing a Father’s Day ad depicting two gay men and their children.

The recent ad, published in their June catalog, states that a father is a “swim coach, tent maker, best friend, bike fixer and hug giver – all rolled into one. Or two.”

Below the picture of a smiling homosexual couple playing with a little boy and girl, the ad reads: “Real-life dads, Todd Koch and Cooper Smith with their children Claire and Mason.”

Last month’s Mother’s Day ad, published online and in the company’s May catalog depicted lesbians Wendi and Maggie alongside Wendi’s mother and two daughters.

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