After a slew of criticism and increased scrutiny over his donations to an anti gay marriage bill in California, Mozilla's newly appointed CEO Brendan Eich has stepped down. The company recently published a blog post that read, "Mozilla prides itself on being held to a different standard and, this past week, we didn't live up to it." This is despite many assertions Eich has made in several interviews in the past week that he would not resign, even though multiple employees have come forward on Twitter and elsewhere asking him to leave. Popular dating site OkCupid also made their opinions clear by refusing Firefox users access to its website for a short period. In an interview with Re/Code, Mozilla Executive Chairwoman Mitchell Baker said that Eich's ability to lead has been compromised due to the increased scrutiny over the issue. She also told the publication that Eich's decision to resign was his own...
Jim Lincoln wrote: I would suggest you don't look for support in opposing queer marriages from politicians -- or their wives, http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Latest-News-Wires/2013/0222/Laura-Bush-Gay-marriage-group-sorry-Bush-wants-out-of-gay-marriage-ads Laura Bush: Gay marriage group 'sorry' Bush wants out of gay marriage ads. Apparently she isn't brighter than her husband --pity-- just probably more honest, though. from the above article, ---
So she's not bright for supporting the same things your prez supports? Oh. I guess we know what you think of him. Now if only he would come out like L. Bush and say he didn't want to be included in pro-gay marriage ads.
I would suggest you don't look for support in opposing queer marriages from politicians -- or their wives, [URL=http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Latest-News-Wires/2013/0222/Laura-Bush-Gay-marriage-group-sorry-Bush-wants-out-of-gay-marriage-ads]]]Laura Bush: Gay marriage group 'sorry' Bush wants out of gay marriage ads[/URL]. Apparently she isn't brighter than her husband --pity-- just probably more honest, though. from the above article,
Laura Bush wrote: When couples are committed to each other and love each other then they ought to have the same sort of rights that everyone has.
Knowing that the CEO of Mozilla is really against queer marriages means I plan to keep on using Firefox. (By the way, SA, thank you for making your website more friendly to Firefox )
By the way, Bill, the men of God in this country are not in the Romish Church which has grown more powerful in this country, [URL=http://www.publicreligion.org/research/?id=509]]]...Catholic Attitudes on Gay and Lesbian Issues...[/URL] or [URL=http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2013/06/26/many-american-catholics-at-odds-with-vatican-on-homosexuality/]]]Pew Research: Many American Catholics at odds with Vatican on homosexuality[/URL].
Once again we see the hypocrisy of the anti-Christian crowd. They shout loudly about acceptance and diversity. But the acceptance and diversity only works one way. They can say anything critical or judgmental of Christians, and that seems to be OK with them; but Christians are not allowed to say anything about homosexuality and perversion. The anti-Christians talk loudly about love until someone disagrees with them, then we find out that it is OK for them to hate people of God. Once again, hypocrisy. Meanwhile the majority of God's people, including preachers, cower in fear instead of boldly and lovingly proclaiming God's Word. Where are the men of God in this country?