my edited version of Tea & Cookies' letter:
Dear Mr. Spongberg,
It recently came to my attention that you were a large contributor to the
I do not care what your personal beliefs regarding same sex marriage are, but I do know that it is wrong to discriminate against any one group of people.
I can’t tell you what to do with your money, but I can decide what to do with mine.
I will never again step foot in any of your restaurants (Pollo Loco, Denny's and Corner Bakery), and I will advise those I know of your politics so that they may make an informed decision as well. Many of us who had loyally patronized your restaurants will not support discrimination.
Please follow suit and send an email to:
subject: For Mr. Spongberg
or letter to:
Roland Spongberg, CEO
WKS Restaurant Corp
2735 Carson Street, Suite 200
Lakewood, CA 90712
(I love her recipes too.)
To search a list of other Prop 8 contributors please visit this SF Chronicle page.
I Can't stop adding to this.
From some local yes on 8 people:
9. The Yes on 8 coalition was a broad spectrum of religious organizations. Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants, Orthodox Jews, Muslims – all supported Yes on 8. It is estimated that there are 10 million Catholics and 10 million Protestants in California. Mormons were a tiny fraction of the population represented by Yes on 8 coalition members.
If that doesn't make it pretty fucking clear (bold italics mine) that it's a religious issue that has no place in government I'm not sure what will.