is Tim Cook not also a contradiction? in claiming that the indiana law is harmful to gays in indiana, but continuing operations in countries where homosexuality is outright illegal?
if you care about the rights of gays, shouldnt that apply globally? my more cynical take is that there simply isnt a big downside to criticizing this law in indiana in dollar terms, but giving up cheap slave labor in china would be economically crippling to the company. so its an easy pr score. but a glaring contradiction in my opinion
finally, it would be nice if everyone practiced what they preached, especially when it comes to religious views. that is rarely the case though
I am no longer sure if I oppose that law as I did initially. I just watched the interview of Crystal O'Connor on Fox and she so well and intelligently articulated the difference between feeding gays in one instance and not in another.
i hope that businesses don't boycott the entire state, as many have called for. i think it'd be unfair to the large portion of residents who don't support the legislation.
Let's see if I have this right.
1 Local news decides to go with an activist reporting style to misrepresent what a passed law says to froth up controversy.
2 Young liberal reporter seeks out local dining establishment in small town Indiana to ask a ridiculous question to, and finds this pizza joint with an Easter display on the piano in their dining room, even better.
3 The question is answered to the delight of our young local reporter in just the way she wanted so as to paint Christians as intolerant, and the resturant is inundated with prank calls, death threats, phony bad reviews, and at least one high school teacher threatening to burn the place down.
And you're upset that he, or someone else started a "go fund me" page that has raised money to replace the livelyhood that intolerant liberal pukes took away?
I hope he raises millions.