But I do make decisions to spend money, where I have a choice in the matter, to NOT support companies that I find out are at odds with my own beliefs and try to go out of my way to support companies that do agree with my beliefs.
We bought a hybrid to reduce gasoline consumption, we do not shop at several different companies that support anti-gay causes such as Walmart, I won't purchase apple products or others with similar issues, and so on.
When I make donations it's to causes that I believe in (both local, and charities such as Heifer Int'l), and I feel fine spending my dollars at companies who are more in line with my own beliefs as well.
I don't see any issue with that.
I don't eat at ChickfilA because I don't eat fast food and I didn't like the taste of their food from the two experiences I've had with it in the past, but if I did eat fast food I would vote with my dollars by eating elsewhere.
I also don't eat Oreos... so there ya go (came out supporting gay rights).
It's not about just ChickfilA, it's about awareness.
That's my 2c.