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By Rev. Ted Pike and Harmony Daws
26 Mar 12

Huggies and Progressive Insurance have announced they have no plans to advertise again on ABC’s GCB - saying they are receiving "many calls" protesting their sponsorship of the Christian-bashing sitcom.

Customer service representatives at Huggies say they hear us "loud and clear." Huggies officially stated Friday: "We do not plan to advertise on GCB in the future."  Progressive is just as explicit: “Please know that we do not plan to advertise on GCB in the future.”

Huggies and Progressive thus join Kraft and Pepsi in abandoning GCB support. 

Old Navy also says they are receiving "many calls."  We are told the company will file a complaint to ABC. But that's not good enough. Join us in continuing to pressure Old Navy to follow others in formally terminating advertising.  Call Old Navy at 1-800-653-6289.

When we called Honda on Friday, their customer reps were aghast that they had been sponsoring a program dedicated to portraying Christian women as female dogs. They strongly encourage people to call 1-800-999-1009, ext.7, and pressure Honda to end advertising.  The more calls, they said, the better our chances.

If you sense cooperation from the customer service representative, ask to speak with an authority and obtain an official statement that they will end advertising. Authorities may be noncommittal, saying they appreciate your input and will pass it on. Don’t give up. Request their name and say you will call back in a day or two for a definitive answer. If enough callers show this commitment and determination, management will be inclined to resolve the issue.  These companies do not want a reputation of corporate irresponsibility. If they know you and others are going to call back demanding a decision, they are likely to soon provide the kind of statement the four others gave.

In all emails sent to sponsors, say you want a definitive statement or you will boycott their products. Let them know Kraft, Pepsi, Huggies, and Progressive have jumped ship. Tell them you may call in a few days for their answer.

Many customer service reps have showed sympathy to callers. They are better able to make our case to management if they are backed by many callers, especially those threatening the company’s bottom line. There may be many other sponsors that would prefer to quietly stop sponsorship but, if pressured, will openly announce cancellation.

If you are told by any company that they have decided to end GCB sponsorship, please call Ted Pike at (503)631-3808 or email tedpike@truthtellers.org. We are hoping for a domino effect of ad cancellations. Many, perhaps thousands, are calling; and at least four major sponsors have put your wishes ahead of financial gain or pleasing ABC.

To these corporations, your call or email represents a thousand other consumers who feel the same way. Keep it up!

Update on This Week's Show

Meanwhile, on the last episode of GCB, “Christian Bitches” who routinely wear plunging necklines scorn Amanda for wearing slacks to church and the camera pans away to a sermon title, “Beware of wolves in sheep’s clothing.” Sharon and her husband make unkind digs at each other veiled under religious “God-talk”, and Sharon flirts with the pastor who also gives them marriage counseling. A new character emerges, Carlene’s uncle, who passes out Bibles to third-worlders…from his yacht, with his bitchy wife. When Amanda sees “Christian” homosexual Blake get a phone number from a man in a bar, she sympathetically tells him, “I don’t judge.” Carlene literally chains her laptop to her bedroom desk after her teenage son secretly orders “unchristian” Harry Potter books on it. She later stumbles upon him masturbating on her couch with the aid of the laptop. “Sometimes it takes balls to be a woman,” are the lyrics to a song playing while Sharon works in the pastor’s office. A religious group starts a boycott of “Christian” Cricket and Blake’s clothing company after they put out titillating photos of Booby-licious employees for the new jeans line. As a result of the protest, some of the stores which carry the clothing retract their orders. Active conservatives are also mocked when Carlene’s uncle sarcastically asks, “When will the persecution end?” upon hearing that restricting sale of condos only to Christians violates the Fair Housing Act. Carlene calls California the “last stop of the apocalypse.”

ABC apparently can’t get enough of comparing women to dogs. It has lined up a new sitcom “Don’t trust the Bitches in Apartment 23.” This should remind all women, not just those who are Christians, that Jewish big media increasingly targets women and girls for degradation as sluts and sex objects. (See Jews Confirm Big Media Is Jewish)

Here are sponsors of this week's anti-Christian "Good Christian Bitches:"

List of GCB Sponsors:

Verizon: 1-800-VERIZON (requires account information)
Click here for an Email Form

JCPenny: 1-800-322-1189 and 1-972-431-8200
Click here for an Email Form

Netflix: 1-800-585-7265
Click here for an Email Form

Breathe Right Nasal Strips: 1-800-858-6673
Click here for an Email Form

Lincoln (a division of Ford): 1-800-392-3673
Click here for an Email Form

Walgreens: 1-800-925-4733
Click here for an Email Form

Marshalls: 1-888-627-7425
Click here for an Email Form

Royal Caribbean Cruises: 1-800-398-9819
Click here for an Email Form

Public Relations Email: samsungnahq@webershandwick.com

Mercedes-Benz: 1-800-367-6372
Click here for an Email Form

Lindt Chocolate: 1-877-695-4638

Old Navy 1-800-653-6289
Email: custserv@oldnavy.com

Audi: 1-800-822-AUDI (2834)
Click here for an Email Form

Honda: 1-800-999-1009
Twitter @HondaCustSvc

TJ Maxx:
Click here for an Email Form

Hamburger Helper: 1-800-446-1898 
Click here for an Email Form

Green Giant: 1-800-998-9996
Click here for an Email Form

Chevrolet: 1-800-222-1020
Click here for an Email Form

Click here for an Email Form


Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watchdog organization. 

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