Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Boycotting 101

Eric Scheske of The Daily Eudemon hits on a topic I have been considering lately. How is a good Christian supposed to keep up. I like his advice on using a soft boycott.

If I can boycott an item without excess expense or inconvenience, I
Driving all over town to avoid buying from certain companies is probably not in the best interest financially and family wise.

But in certain areas, I draw the line. American Girl, we can do without. A betrayal on that level deserves a swift kick in the bottom line. As a family we don't buy made in China. If I exhaust all other options on a necessary item, I may buy the item and counter with at donation to PRI or HLI's work in China.

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