When gay rights advocates criticized Chick-fil-A for the company's financial support of anti-gay organizations, the Family Research Council decried their "gaystapo tactics."
Calling for a full boycott of a company for being pro-gay, however, is just peachy by them.
Today on his daily radio commentary, FRC president Tony Perkins urged listeners to boycott Betty Crocker after custom cakes were donated to three gay Minnesota couples who were married after the state legalized same-sex marriage
Perkins was also upset that a company spokesman said that "Betty celebrates all families."
Perkins warned that Betty Crocker's "latest promotion is a recipe for disaster" and claimed that it is offensive to a majority of Americans who have already "made it tough on companies like Target, Starbucks and JC Penney" for not opposing gay rights.
In addition to the three aforementioned companies, Perkkins and the FRC have also called for boycotts of McDonalds, General Mills, and even the Girl Scout Cookies.
When you're at the store, think outside the Betty Crocker box!
But remember kids, it's only okay to boycott a company and its products if they are pro-gay. If you boycott a company and its products for being anti-gay, that's some straight up Nazi bull-crap.