Progress with 'GCB'Keep up the great work! Almost every single sponsor that OMM contacted last week decided not to sponsor this week's episode of "GCB." Reebok, TurboTax (Intuit), Old Navy, Olive Garden, Macy's, and McDonald's have pulled their ads from the Christian-bashing ABC program. Their ads were not present in the most recent episode. Subway is the only sponsor that kept their ads running so we will contact them again this week.
OMM is outraged with ABC's program "GCB" which is blasphemy at its worst! It is based on the book "Good Christian B*tches" which is written underneath the title on ABC's website. "GCB" mocks Christianity repeatedly.
This anti-Christian program blasphemes God, Jesus Christ, God's Church, and the Bible. Their actions give damaging and destructive perceptions of our faith. Not only is this program insulting to viewers of faith, it is also degrading to women.
The show continues to use Biblical references, hymns, prayer, and scripture to portray Christians in a negative light. The most offensive content that ran on Easter Sunday included:
• The pastor visits a boobie bar for research on his sermon and hires one of the waitresses to be his church secretary.
• In his sermon titled "Sex is Divine," he encourages everyone to have sex every day for the next week and doesn't specify those who are married only. The dating couples in the congregation smile at each other and later have sex out of wedlock, using the excuse it is what the preacher taught.
• A husband watches porn called "Romancing the Bone" when business is slow at work and tells his wife it is an educational film. She agrees if he continues to learn new moves in bed from it.
• One woman flashes her breast at a courthouse employee for a favor.
• Quote: "Using her boobies for good at least instead of evil this time."
ABC has sunk to an all time low with this program "GCB."
Please send an email letter to the sponsors of this week's "GCB" asking that they pull their support immediately. This week's national sponsors were: Subway, Chili's (Brinker), L'Oreal, and Scotts Miracle-Gro.
Monica Cole, Director