Friday, April 4, 2014
A tale of Intolerance and Ex-CEO of Mozilla
So a long story short: the CEO of Mozilla (the company that makes the internet browser Firefox) donated money to Prop. 8 in California (supporting traditional marriage) BEFORE he was the CEO of Mozilla. When the public found out, a bunch of pro-homosexual marriage supporters called for him to resign.
I like what Glen Beck had to say about what the proper response to this should be:
Beck said Mozilla should have released a statement that said: “We support the constitutional rights of all of our employees to express themselves politically without the fear of retribution. This is America and the first principle of this nation is the right of expression. While we disagree with Mr. Eich’s stand, we support his right to be true to the dictates of his conscience, and we support the rights of everyone in the homosexual community to vehemently disagree with Mr. Eich … We will not, however, cave in to the un-American attempt to squash free political thought, expression and political viewpoints, no matter who’s behind the effort.”
Clearly this is another example of the intolerance of the "tolerant" left. Very sad.