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July 29, 2010

Corporate donations get interesting . . .

Putting aside the merits of same-sex marriage, it is impossible not to note the continuing signs of the cultural shift that has happened (and is happening) in this country over the past few years.  Five years ago, could anyone imagine a major corporation's donation to an organization that supports a pro-business Republican candidate being newsworthy for the simple fact that the candidate does not support same-sex marriage?

Posted by Rob Vischer on July 29, 2010 at 09:14 AM in Vischer, Rob | Permalink

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Well, the boycotts are what's newsworthy apparently, not the donations. It's still evidence of a cultural shift, perhaps, but it's not the same.

Posted by: Andrew MacKie-Mason | Jul 29, 2010 5:26:37 PM

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