Wednesday, November 10, 2010


I abhor censorship and I am a firm supporter of free speech and freedom of expression. But Amazon has crossed the line. There comes a time when we as humans have to stand up for what is right, what is moral, to protect and defend the most vulnerable among us.

I am outraged and until Amazon takes the listings down, I will not do business with them.


  1. I am with you. I am so shocked right now that words seem to be failing me. This is disgusting, sickening, frightening, and sad.

  2. okay was clueless and then followed the link.
    ditto. I don't need amazon to do business.

  3. Count me in. I don't need Amazon THAT badly... They will not get s dime of my money this holiday season. Freaks.

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  5. Erika, I love Amazon and am not sure what has happened. Can you tell me what they've done?

  6. Karen, please follow the link in my post. It tells all about it. :)


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