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Shareholder Takeover Planned to Stop Microsoft's 'Homosexual Agenda'

According to evangelical pastor and former NFL linebacker Ken Hutcherson, Microsoft is totally gay. He is rallying his megachurch, which has 3,500 worshipers, to buy stocks in Microsoft to vote down their gay-friendly policies. He hopes to get homophobic dicks from all religions - Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Miscellaneous - to join him on his crusade. That's a video of him making all sorts of scary threats at the last Microsoft shareholder's meeting.

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Not to get too political here, but fuck this guy. Are there no bigger problems in the world to rally against than Microsoft giving health care to dudes who love each other? Last time I checked, lots of people were dying in the Middle East and there was an environmental crisis. I'd like to think that there aren't enough assholes with money around willing to get behind Hutcherson (pictured left in his tights-wearing, man-wrestling days), but nothing surprises me at this point. Although with a company as gigantic as Microsoft, I get the feeling that it would take a whole lot of money to buy enough shares to enable them to make any real difference. Here's hoping they just spend all the money they would otherwise be spending on chastity belts and anti-abortion placards and it all goes to waste. [Telegraph via The Raw Feed]

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@junyo:

Except, this is a case of a man, denying equal rights to a group of people because of their sexual orientation.

How is denying a homosexual equal rights any different than denying a black man equal rights?

Just because you don't agree with someones sexual preferences, doesn't make them wrong. Gays don't choose to be gay, just as he didn't choose to be black.

And, he said, "And I told them, as long as it was your policy inside your business, that was fine. But when you tried to make your policy my policy by making it a state law, then you have messed up. And since you stepped into my world, I am going to step in your world, and you're not going to like it."

Well, this is a case of him, trying to make his policy our policy.

He complained when there was a bill introduced trying to give equal rights to homosexuals, saying others were pushing their beliefs on him. By bringing this protest public, he is pushing his beliefs on us. As long as he kept it in his church, it was fine. But now that he's going public, well, he better watch out.

If he publicly discriminates against a homosexual, or advocates discrimination, the ACLU should jump all over him.