Read Office Depot’s Explanation For Refusing To Print Anti-Planned Parenthood Flyers

Office Depot is standing by its refusal to print 500 anti-Planned Parenthood flyers, because the flyer is “graphic” and “hate material” that persecutes those who support abortion rights, according to a company explanation obtained The Daily Caller News Foundation.

  • Moral depravity. And soon the Almighty is going to send a message to the West that will leave no doubt in our minds that it is a warning from Him. No one will be able to blame it on global warming, climate change, or other silliness. It will be supernatural.

    • Waffle

      No, G-d always acts within the laws of nature. His message will take the form of divine retribution, as is happening now on the European continent.

      • Not to be dogmatic, but sometimes He does, imo. After all G-d is a spirit, not a natural being. This may be one of those special circumstances where He may have to act outside the laws of nature. Otherwise David Suzuki will just blame it on global warming and evil capitalist oil!

        • Waffle

          My blueprint for this assertion is the research and analysis carried out a few years back on the 10 plagues which befell the Egyptians. A varied group concluded that the succession of plagues logically and scientifically followed each other, i.e. they followed the laws of nature, even though at the time (and even today) they may have seemed like supernatural acts of G-d. Check out “Supernature” by Lyall watson, if you want an interesting read.

          • I agree — science logically explains observed material processes. But it doesn’t always explain causation or origins of the observed processes. And then there’s the really buggy stuff — miracles. Although I don’t expect most scientists to sign on to the latter unless they’ve experienced one for themselves. And it would take a miracle to convert David Suzuki — you will never convince him intellectually.

          • Waffle

            True, but to describe the eruption of Thera as the causative event which led to the 10 plagues would kind of disrupt this iconic narrative, wouldn’t it? Don’t forget that both the Old Testament and the New Testament were written and edited by people who had agendas. This said, I would like to stress that I am not an atheist, but I am a skeptic when it comes to “miracles”.

        • FactsWillOut

          God exists, so he is a natural being.

      • FactsWillOut

        Are you saying the the Muslim invasion is a tool of God?

        • Waffle

          You have a better explanation?

          • FactsWillOut

            The Muslim invasion is a result of Frankfurt School PC indoctrination.
            One can always say that a given phenomena is God’s will in action, from carelessly cutting oneself to committing cultural mass suicide, and in a way, that is true: If we fail to acknowledge the laws of nature (which are God’s laws), then we will suffer the folly of our idiocy, one way or another.

          • Waffle

            No argument there.

  • Millie_Woods

    I didnt want it to come to this, but starting today I’m pilfering all of my stationery needs from the office.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Screw ’em!
    Everything that Office Depot sells can be purchased for less from Amazon anyway.

    • The thing that enrages me about this is the fact that Planned Parenthood has the power of the State behind it, not the pro-lifers! How can PP claim to be “persecuted” with the power of the State behind it? — it’s the pro-lifers who are being censored!

      I did my Minor in International Human Rights, and the first principle we learned was that Human Rights was based on “claims against the State”, not the other way around. The Marxist Left has completely reversed the meaning of Human Rights.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      There are local stationary companies that would never do this because they want to stay in business.
      And for years I have shopped there instead of the big box store.

  • Alain

    I support their right as a private business to do this even though their moral depravity is disgusting. They are not the only business in town, so people also have the right to take their business elsewhere. Based on this alone I shall never purchase anything from them from now on.

    • I agree. Except if a little Christian bakery refuses to cater a Gay wedding then their business is closed down. The Gay couple doesn’t go down the street to look for another bakery — they take them to court and bankrupt them, or they sick the Government on them.

      • glasnost

        Agreed. The government should keep its nose out of commercial interactions between individuals. But if the government does get involved, it should be unbiased. The bakery incident is a fine example, and there are dozens more. It’ll be interesting to see the outcome of the Office Depot caper. It’s almost like you could compile a hierarchy of “fake human rights”.

        • Alain

          Yes, I agree with both ricardojaime and you in that the state has no business dictating to private business about whom they must serve. I said the same regarding the bakery and all the other examples.

  • terrence

    Office depot BACKED DOWN – I found this link somewhere else