NOM Launches Boycott To ‘Cancel T-Mobile’

Though it hasn’t done much to promote it, the National Organization for Marriage has launched another boycott to follow-up on its unsuccessful “Dump Starbucks” and “Dump General Mills” campaigns. This time, the group is calling on followers to cancel their contracts with T-Mobile because the Washington-based company endorsed marriage equality and donated $25,000 to the Approve Referendum 74 campaign there. The petition is hosted on ActRight, a conservative fundraising service run by NOM president Brian Brown.