Every so often I receive in the mail unsolicited mailings from some "Christian" organization that tell me that it is morally imperative that, as a Christian, I boycott certain corporations because someone in "corporation XYZ" has made it a corporate-wide policy to do something that violates some Bible principle such as promoting gay marriage or abortion. Now, granted, I am opposed to such things as gay marriage and abortion. However, does that therefore mean that I, as a born-again Christian, must boycott "corporation XYZ"? Personally I don't see that boycotting "corporation XYZ" will necessarily change anything. Moreover, I'd venture to say that a large percentage of "corporation XYZ's" employees probably don't agree with such so-called "social policies" that come from corporate HQ either, but will still remain as employees because they need the money to survive. What's your opinion on boycotts?