I saw this posted by Rigster at the Smirking Chimp:
I have noticed a disturbing trend amongst Fundagelicals-they want to overthrow the Constitutional-based system of government and replace it with a Paulian Theocracy. They are funding it through their churches (like World Harvest in Columbus OH) while using candidate/officials like Kenneth Blackwell (and George Bush) to subvert the system from within.
What happens is, say you buy cookies from A Blessed Cookie Company (whose logo is an open bible under the business name). Part of their profit is tithed to their church, and part of that money goes to their political wing, which goes to take over the country and create a Paulian Taliban.
Hate the idea of funding your own enslavement? Me too. Take your business elsewhere, to businesses that do NOT display the xtian fish, crosses or other fundagelical icons (or bible quotes) in their shops, literature, advertising, etc.
It cannot hurt and might well help.
Link: http://www.smirkingchimp.com/viewtopic. ... 18&forum=4
There are several of these types of businesses cropping up in my red state. Locally, we have Christian Plumbing - its logo is a monkey wrench sporting angelic wings and a Christian Martial Arts business. A big black cross is part of its sign. I look for the fish sign and/or a small painted bible and cross down in the corner of a window, too. One of the restaurants in my town plays only gospel as background music. I never patronize any of these businesses.