Rob Campia, "the leader of one of the biggest legalize-pot organizations, the Marijuana Policy Project, called Kellogg's action "hypocritical and disgusting," and said he'd never seen his membership so angry, with more than 2,300 of them signing an online petition.
"To drop him for choosing to relax with a substance that's safer than beer is an outrage, and it sends a dangerous message to young people."
"Kellogg's had no problem signing up Phelps when he had a conviction for drunk driving, an illegal act that could actually have killed someone,"
Phelps responded to this show of support by saying,
"Dude! Seriously? Stop helping me."