The ink has barely dried on the Ford Motor Company's mea culpa letter regarding marketing dollars spent on gay publications, and the American Family Association is once-again publicly beating the boycott drum, mulling an en-masse rejection of the automaker's vehicles.

According to a press release issued Thursday by AFA Chairman Don Wildmon, "We had an agreement with Ford, worked out in good faith. Unfortunately, some Ford Motor Co. officials made the decision to violate the good faith agreement."

While it seems unlikely that Ford will be cajoled into revisiting their decision on this issue yet again, it doesn't appear that the fervor surrounding it will die down any time soon.

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