Originally Posted by 3stratman
I just think it's ridiculous for someone to be ridiculed, tormented or protested against simply because they say that they believe differently then someone else about a particular subject. It's one thing if they are organizing opposition rallies, or try to discriminate against someone or practice hate speech. Then yes, I could see where there would be consequences. But to give someone shit and have them suffer "consequences" just because they have a different view than you is just nuts. Think about it.
That makes us no better that the Islamic crazies that kill people who believe different than they do.
1. It is no more ridiculous then him saying he doesn't agree with gay marriage, they simply responded they didn't like his statement.
2. He is the CEO of a large organization, if he makes a broad statement like that how could it NOT affect his business one way or another regardless of what he says regarding a controversial subject?
3. Consequences, you suffer them for every single choice you make in life, that's life. Consequences do not have to be bad.