Anti-Gay Group Plans Google Boycott: 'This Is Going To Be A Tough One'

There are 2 comments on the Jul 10, 2012, thinkprogress.org story titled Anti-Gay Group Plans Google Boycott: 'This Is Going To Be A Tough One'. In it, thinkprogress.org reports that:

Google has launched a new international initiative called Legalize Love to promote safer conditions for gay and lesbian people in countries with anti-gay laws on the books. Naturally, the American Family Association is now considering a boycott of Google products.

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“MiamiCorrupt´╗┐”

Since: Sep 09

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#22 Jul 11, 2012
Marram wrote:
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Reality is these idiots don't have the brains or perseverance to boycott anything other than sex with their partners so they can cruse the net with one hand.:)
Majority of these perpetual liars and hypocrites claim to boycott when they are among their equally full of BS friends but I do not think they boycott nearly as much as they claim..

A few evangelicals work for the same company which I work for but in another dept in Pensacola,Fl and both depts get together twice a month .

These people are miserable and mentally exhausting people who suck the life out of a room.
They do not even seem to trust nor like each other but they do come together against non evangelicals like a herd of musk ox.

They live for drama and problems but they are easily squished and put in their place when you stand up to them ,however they will regroup and come back for more ,lol.

I could tell you tales about these hypocrites which you would not believe .

“Marriage Equality”

Since: Dec 07

Lakeland, MI

#23 Jul 11, 2012
Jose - in Miami wrote:
<quoted text>....I could tell you tales about these hypocrites which you would not believe .
I would TOTALLY believe them! I've been a counselor for years now. When people are especially miserable, they generally resolve it in one of two ways. In short, they either reexamine what they're doing, make changes, and become happy, OR they embrace their misery and come up with excuses and justifications for remaining miserable. The latter resolution usually entails "finding religion".

In both cases, they tend to try and recruit others to their new belief systems--the happy people trying to make other people happy, and the miserable people trying to make other people miserable.

Misery loves company, right? That's why so many religious groups are so full of miserable people. It works for them. And it's WAY easier than doing the self-evaluation and making the changes that are usually need to be happy.

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