Main | Thursday, April 03, 2014

Brian Brown Backs Mozilla CEO

"Brendan Eich, the CEO of Mozilla, which created and maintains the Firefox web browser, is under fire for having donated $1000 to Proposition 8 in California. Prop 8 was against changing marriage to make homosexual unions equal to heterosexual unions. Among many protests against Brendan's 'politics', the dating site okCupid is blocking visitors to its site using Firefox and asking them to ditch the Mozilla browser as a way of punishing Mozilla and Brandon for his views. The champions of tolerance once again have turned into bullies to harass and punish all who disagree with their opinions. okCupid claims that 8% of their customers are gay. Well, 52% of California voters supported Prop. 8. Sign our petition in support of the free speech and conscience rights of the Mozilla CEO and everyone's right to free political action free of harm and harassment." - Hate group leader Brian Brown, in a petition launched on his ActRight fundraising site. (Via Good As You)

UPDATE: I should have noted that on Tuesday former NOM chairman Robert George called for a boycott of Mozilla in protest of Eich not hating gays hard enough. Infighting is funny!

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