Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

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    Re: Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

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    I thought we went thru this with that duck-call guy?

    His decision to step down(or even fired?) has little to do with his constitutional right to a belief. It was a business decision by the company reflecting their understanding that his views would have had a bad outcome for their bottom line. He is entitled to his 1st amendment rights, but must accept the business ramifications of his public expression of that right. 

     

     



    So, to discriminate against this guy is OK.

     

     

    The left is showing just how tolerant tolerance has become.

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    Heh, heh, heh ... to a conservative, acting on principal, no matter how discriminatory, is good.

    Pushing back against those principals is the 'real' discrimination.

    Someone needs to look up the definition of 'discrimination'.

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    Thanks for showing you are not in it to show tolerance, but to discriminate, and purge all who disagree.  Make it so costly to disagree, cost them their livelyhood if need be.  That's niether tolerant nor the hallmark of a freedom loving society.  It is mob rule.

    Welcome to the new world the left has created, and be careful what you say, because they just might have to kill you for thinking differently.

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    Ya, ask all those gay couples about 'tolerance', those that lose millions of dollars in tax benefits and spousal privelage because the wingnuts think they have some sancrosanct strangle-hold on the civil contract of marriage.

     

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    So, you therefore support banishing from employment the 40-50% of Americans who support traditional marriage...how tolerant of you.

     
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    Re: Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

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    So, you therefore support banishing from employment the 40-50% of Americans who support traditional marriage...how tolerant of you.



    More ridiculousness from the resident hysteric.  Nobody is saying that.

    I don't recall you being this adamant about WorldVision's capitulation to christian evangelicals who screamed loudly when the company announced intentions to hire employees in same-sex marriages.  They turned tail every bit as Mozilla did.

     

    And don't forget...I agree with the OP's premise.

     

     
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    Re: Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

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    I thought we went thru this with that duck-call guy?

    His decision to step down(or even fired?) has little to do with his constitutional right to a belief. It was a business decision by the company reflecting their understanding that his views would have had a bad outcome for their bottom line. He is entitled to his 1st amendment rights, but must accept the business ramifications of his public expression of that right. 

     

     



    So, to discriminate against this guy is OK.

     

     

    The left is showing just how tolerant tolerance has become.

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    Heh, heh, heh ... to a conservative, acting on principal, no matter how discriminatory, is good.

    Pushing back against those principals is the 'real' discrimination.

    Someone needs to look up the definition of 'discrimination'.

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    Thanks for showing you are not in it to show tolerance, but to discriminate, and purge all who disagree.  Make it so costly to disagree, cost them their livelyhood if need be.  That's niether tolerant nor the hallmark of a freedom loving society.  It is mob rule.

    Welcome to the new world the left has created, and be careful what you say, because they just might have to kill you for thinking differently.

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    Ya, ask all those gay couples about 'tolerance', those that lose millions of dollars in tax benefits and spousal privelage because the wingnuts think they have some sancrosanct strangle-hold on the civil contract of marriage.

     

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    So, you therefore support banishing from employment the 40-50% of Americans who support traditional marriage...how tolerant of you.

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    Did I say that?

    If anything that is the wingnut position.

    You want to allow corporations to be able to control the personal lives of all their employees because of a religious exemption yet you don't want the market consequences of such policy.

    You want corporations to have the ability to act unilaterally but without consequence.

    According to the story, the resignation was in response to customer pressure, you know that market force that you wingnuts keep saying is the best indicator of right and wrong.

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    So if "customer pressure" in a fundamentialist community made the local grocery store fire its employee because the employee was pro gay marriage, you are OK with that?

     
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    Re: Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

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    he's a bigot for believeing in a one man one woman marriage?  was he saying ssm should be illegal and comdemming them, or was he simply saying that he believes in one man one woman?

    Um, the test for bigotry isn't whether you "say [subject] should be illegal and condemned."

    Opposition to gay marriage can come from bigotry, religious bigotry, or ignorance.

    Opposition to gay marriage is a belief that a certain class of persons should be targeted and excluded from because of a characteristic they were born with and which harms no one.

     

    he gave 1000 bucks in 2008 right?   didn't obambi evolve on this matter sometime in 2012 when it became politically prudent?

    obambi a bigot too?

    In 2008, perhaps.

    Or perhaps just plain unprincipled and putting election above decency and personal honor. Like, oh, just about every sow in government.

     




     

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    targeted and excluded?  don't think so.  saying he is a one man one woman believer maybe.  i read some of his thoughts and he was for marriage as the religious sacrament it is. 

    you back to the born with thing again?  you do know there is no proof either way, right?

     
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     i read some of his thoughts and he was for marriage as the religious sacrament it is. 

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    In this country, equal protection under the law means that marriage is a civil arrangement first, and a 'religious sacrament' second, despite one's own personal or spiritual views.

     

     
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    [QUOTE] you back to the born with thing again?  you do know there is no proof either way, right? [/QUOTE]

     

    I posted plenty of proof. I'm not sure why you still think you can win a debate by lying.

     

     

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    Opposing gay marriage isn't saying that gay people shouldn't be allowed to marry?

    Ok, maybe you're just a moron. Best of luck... 

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    you posted opinion that is not proven. read anything anywhere. there is zero data PROVING biological or psychological. ZERO.  get over it and stop lying.

    exactly. opposing gay marriage isn't saying that gay people shouldn't be allowed to marry.  it is saying that you (yourself) support one man one women.  my family opposes abortion.  that means we would not have one. that does not mean we don't respect the law and understand choice.

    talk about a moron.

    again, you prove you lose the argument by immediately going the name calling route.

     

     
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    Re: Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

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    I thought we went thru this with that duck-call guy?

    His decision to step down(or even fired?) has little to do with his constitutional right to a belief. It was a business decision by the company reflecting their understanding that his views would have had a bad outcome for their bottom line. He is entitled to his 1st amendment rights, but must accept the business ramifications of his public expression of that right. 

     

     

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    So, to discriminate against this guy is OK.

     

     

    The left is showing just how tolerant tolerance has become.

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    Heh, heh, heh ... to a conservative, acting on principal, no matter how discriminatory, is good.

    Pushing back against those principals is the 'real' discrimination.

    Someone needs to look up the definition of 'discrimination'.

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    Thanks for showing you are not in it to show tolerance, but to discriminate, and purge all who disagree.  Make it so costly to disagree, cost them their livelyhood if need be.  That's niether tolerant nor the hallmark of a freedom loving society.  It is mob rule.

    Welcome to the new world the left has created, and be careful what you say, because they just might have to kill you for thinking differently.

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    Ya, ask all those gay couples about 'tolerance', those that lose millions of dollars in tax benefits and spousal privelage because the wingnuts think they have some sancrosanct strangle-hold on the civil contract of marriage.

     

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    You don't justify one wrong with another.

    That's why you fail.

     
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    you posted opinion that is not proven. read anything anywhere. there is zero data PROVING biological or psychological. ZERO.  get over it and stop lying.

     



    jmel always loved lying, then accusing the other person of being a liar. Are you sure you weren't a forum participant before you changed handles?

     

     Well, at least you haven't dug up any pictures from Cheers yet. That got unoriginal pretty fast.

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    perfect.  you lose a discussion and start the insults, now you do what others have done here and accuse posters of being other posters.  that's it i am an imposter. really funny.

    care to prove a lie?  please show any true, undisputed, conclusive, proof that homosexuality is biological or psychological?

    and what is the cheers stuff?

     

     
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    Re: Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

    The bottom line is that this guy, the Mozzilla CEO, is paying the price of doing nothing more than enjoying the rights secured by our founding fathers.

    That progressives here are dancing with joy over this "kill" tells all you need to know about where they really stand on freedom and tolerance.

     
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    Re: Gay radicals hound Mozilla CEO out of office, because he had same position on gay marriage as Obama in 2008

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    The bottom line is that this guy, the Mozzilla CEO, is paying the price of doing nothing more than enjoying the rights secured by our founding fathers.

     



    Meanwhile Chik-A-Fil saw record sales when that CEO said the same sort of thing.

     

    All the OP says is that the Mozillla CEO decided to resign after "OKCupid" - whatever that is - decided to boycott Mozilla. Whether or not it's an overraction, OKCupid is also exercising a right secured by our founding fathers - that of free association. What about that, Mr. Tolerance?

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    From what i've read it sounds like Mozilla's own employees were collectively outraged by what the CEO did.  A lot of the pressure to remove the guy came from within. 

     
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    The bottom line is that this guy, the Mozzilla CEO, is paying the price of doing nothing more than enjoying the rights secured by our founding fathers.

     



    Meanwhile Chik-A-Fil saw record sales when that CEO said the same sort of thing.

     

    All the OP says is that the Mozillla CEO decided to resign after "OKCupid" - whatever that is - decided to boycott Mozilla. Whether or not it's an overraction, OKCupid is also exercising a right secured by our founding fathers - that of free association. What about that, Mr. Tolerance?

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    From what i've read it sounds like Mozilla's own employees were collectively outraged by what the CEO did.  A lot of the pressure to remove the guy came from within. 

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    where did you read that?  where can i find it?

     

     
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    I thought we went thru this with that duck-call guy?

    His decision to step down(or even fired?) has little to do with his constitutional right to a belief. It was a business decision by the company reflecting their understanding that his views would have had a bad outcome for their bottom line. He is entitled to his 1st amendment rights, but must accept the business ramifications of his public expression of that right. 

     

     

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    So, to discriminate against this guy is OK.

     

     

    The left is showing just how tolerant tolerance has become.

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    Heh, heh, heh ... to a conservative, acting on principal, no matter how discriminatory, is good.

    Pushing back against those principals is the 'real' discrimination.

    Someone needs to look up the definition of 'discrimination'.

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    Thanks for showing you are not in it to show tolerance, but to discriminate, and purge all who disagree.  Make it so costly to disagree, cost them their livelyhood if need be.  That's niether tolerant nor the hallmark of a freedom loving society.  It is mob rule.

    Welcome to the new world the left has created, and be careful what you say, because they just might have to kill you for thinking differently.

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    Ya, ask all those gay couples about 'tolerance', those that lose millions of dollars in tax benefits and spousal privelage because the wingnuts think they have some sancrosanct strangle-hold on the civil contract of marriage.

     

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    You don't justify one wrong with another.

    That's why you fail.

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    Ya, them gays just have to shut up and accept being treated as second class citizens, losing millions of dollars in tax incentives ... not to mention not having spousal privelage in civil matters.

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    Who is saying that?

    Gays are neither second class citizens, nor are they being treated that way.

    However, treating this guy this way is wrong. Period.

    You need a serious attitude check.

     
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