Mozilla CEO’s So-Called “Anti-Gay” Stance…? PLEASE!

My blood begins to boil whenever I read these ridiculous stories about something bad happening to a heterosexual man or woman, Christian or not who stand for traditional marriage. The gay-Left and their straight allies make every effort to boycott companies or have these people, who have every right to support what they want, given harsh punishment for standing by their believes. Equality to the Left, whether they’re gay or straight means you have to play by their rules.

If you haven’t heard, Brendan Eich’s reign as CEO of Mozilla, developer of the popular Firefox web browser, ended Thursday. He was done in by the news that he had donated $1,000 in 2008 to support Proposition 8, the traditional marriage measure on the California ballot that year. Mind you, as a California resident, and former Democrat who protested after Proposition 8 passed, candidate Barack Obama also ran on this “anti-gay” proposition as well. …Left-wingers reaction… *crickets* …I’ve since learned the hypocrisy of the Left, which helped in my decision to leave the party in 2009.

Fast forward to 2014, the Mozilla chief learns, if you don’t support gay marriage, you don’t deserve a job.

The gay gestapo has given me even more reason to call out [their] BIGOTRY and HATRED toward anyone who disagrees with their definition of marriage, or disagrees with homosexuality in general. It’s no wonder some heterosexuals dislike gay people; one cannot  disagree on an issue without being labelled “homophobic.” Not everyone believes in SSM or homosexuality, but that’s their right to say so. Dear gay-Left and their allies, here’s a newsflash: As a gay Conservative, I’m here to tell you, you don’t get a pass on being a bigot simply because you’re gay.




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