From The Thomas More Law Center.
“The Thomas More Law Center, a national public interest law firm based in, asked all Christians today to join the Catholic League’s national boycott of Miller Brewing Company for its despicable anti-Christian ad promoting the , an open-air pagan sex orgy featuring homosexual depravity at its most base in .
The offending ad depicts a sadomasochistic poster mocking DaVinci’s “The Last Supper.” The poster features the Miller logo, half-naked homosexuals in leathers and chains seated around the table adorned with various sex toys.
Internet photos of the Fair show naked men publicly performing oral sex and all kinds of sadomasochistic acts on one another. For a collection of the more mild photos, you may visit the Catholic League’s website to judge for yourself. Bear in mind that these are the more mild photos.
, President and Chief Counsel of the Thomas More Law Center, commented, “The depraved sexual acts performed in public and in front of children were truly obscene. Where were the police? Where were the public officials? Clearly, lunatic liberals are controlling city government. Moreover, I’m surprised by the adamant anti-Christian direction taken by Miller Brewing that has placed it on a collision course with Christians.”
Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League, who is marshalling the leaders of all faiths, observed that monies raised at the “Fair” were being funneled to a notoriously anti-Catholic transvestite group, “the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.”
Continued Thompson, “I want to thank the ‘Catholic League’ and ‘’ for bringing this matter to the public’s attention.”
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