News today that a dating website asked its users to boycott Firefox because...well, take a look:
Politics is normally not the business of a website, and we all know there’s a lot more wrong with the world than misguided CEOs. So you might wonder why we’re asserting ourselves today. This is why: we’ve devoted the last ten years to bringing people—all people—together. If individuals like Mr. Eich had their way, then roughly 8% of the relationships we’ve worked so hard to bring about would be illegal.First off, all Brendan Eich did was donate $1000 to a "Super PAC" who was dedicated to fighting poofter marriage. So when okcupid claims "if he got his way, than faggot unions would be illegal," they're lying. He's not talking about resurrecting prosecutions for sodomy (that would be me). All he did was donate money to a group dedicated to preventing fake cocksucker unions from being legally recognized, forcing people to pay "spousal benefits" to non-spouses.
For a little bit of context, in 2008 President Monkey was also against uranist nuptuals (with a curious exception for Eich's home state). So is the hit against Brendan Eich only that he's no further left than America's worst president? Really?
We all know what this is: the faggot fascists striking again, trying to make it clear that no opinion of their sick lifestyle that isn't 100% sycophantic [there's an STD joke in there somewhere, right? -ed] is beyond the pale and cannot be allowed to even be held privately by individuals regardless of the (totally evil and wrong) non-involvement by their organizations. We saw it with Duck Dynasty, we saw it with Chik-Fil-A, and we will see it again.
Unless it's stopped.