It's no secret that morally bankrupt social liberals and gay activists love Ellen DeGeneres, a now "gay" woman who gets off on turning normally heterosexual women into lesbians (both ex-girlfriend Anne Heche, who has returned to having sex with men and current "wife" Portia de Rossi both had longterm relationship with men before hooking up with Ellen. DeGeneres, a longtime average-at-best comedian and actress, has used her chosen sexuality, love from the biased, liberal media and a passive-aggressive wit (that speaks to her narcissism) to achieve super-stardom despite having little talent to match it. And in a corrupt business where female comedians struggle mightily to achieve a quarter of the fame and fortune DeGeneres has, it's a shame that despite her many fails (including, most recently, a short stint on "American Idol" that the Left would like for everyone to forget about) that DeGeneres continues to sucker people into hiring her for major gigs:
Supporters are rallying to counter a conservative group's campaign urging JC Penney to fire Ellen DeGeneres as a spokeswoman because she is openly gay.
They are showing their support for the popular talk show host, named spokeswoman for the department store chain last week, online and through social media.
Shortly after the American Family Association's One Million Moms group launched its campaign against DeGeneres, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Discrimination launched a "Stand Up for Ellen" website; within 17 hours, more than 10,000 people signed an online petition supporting DeGeneres and JC Penney's choice. An unscientific poll in the Los Angeles Times showed that 96 percent of readers support DeGeneres.
They also expressed their outrage on Twitter. A sample tweet on Thursday protesting the campaign reads: "Dear One Million Moms "a family values group", spend more time loving your families instead of perpetuating hate."
Also read: One Million Moms to JC Penney: Ellen's Gay -- Fire Her
The AFA's "One Million Moms," a project made up of an undetermined number of mothers, is urging people to call JC Penney headquarters and demand that the Texas-based department store chain ditch DeGeneres because the Cover Girl model, former American Express spokeswoman, Peoples Choice Award winner and New York Times bestselling author is gay.
So far, it hasn't happened.
DeGeneres, incidentally, is a former JC Penney sales clerk.