The religious right group One Million Moms is obviously not a glutton for embarrassment. Unlike so many other religious right groups, after it makes a public fool of itself, it knows that it’s time to pull back:
The conservative group One Million Moms says it is “moving on” from its recent protest of Ellen DeGeneres and J.C. Penney.
One Million Moms (OMM), a media watchdog group founded by anti-gay, conservative Christian group American Family Association, spoke with The Christian Post about its ongoing protest of “strong gay activist” DeGeneres as a J.C. Penney spokesperson, telling the publication that the group is moving on from the most recent feud.
The group made headlines this week after blasting a new J.C. Penney Christmas ad featuring DeGeneres. “JCP has made their choice to offend a huge majority of their customers again,” read a portion of the statement posted to the group’s website.
“We’re not taking action, we’re moving on. We’ve already contacted the company,” OMM Director Monica Cole told The Christian Post Thursday.
This is the second time the group has attacked JC Penney and DeGeneres. Initially when it was announced that DeGeneres would be the company’s spokesperson, One Million Moms demanded that she be fired.
That demand backfired as folks rallied around DeGeneres and JC Penney.
With this new development, OMM recognizes that its face is cracked and on the ground.
Forgive me for saying so, but part of me hopes that this clarity doesn’t strike other religious right groups when they get embarrassed during a public protest.
Then what will I write about?