Christian group threatens to boycott Ford over ads


DETROIT, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. is again facing a boycott threat from a conservative Christian group over the automaker's decision to run corporate advertisements in gay publications. Tupelo, Mississippi-based American Family Association said Ford reneged on an agreement to pull ads from gay media. "We had an agreement with Ford, worked out in good faith," said Donald Wildmon, chairman of AFA, in a statement on the group's Web site on Thursday. "Unfortunately, some Ford Motor ...

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