Companies that Practice Reverse Discrimination

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RP McMurphy

Atlanta, GA

#1 Nov 26, 2012
Coca-Cola, AT&T, UPS, Comcast, and Dekalb County Government.
Can anybody think of any more?

Since: Jan 10

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#2 Nov 26, 2012
Coca-Cola paid every Georgia Legislator $1200 that would vote against the Georgia flag. Home Depot gave $250,000 for the election of obama. Corporations should stay out of politics.
Eric 2016

Dahlonega, GA

#3 Nov 26, 2012
Corportations will stay out of politics if you BOYCOTT them. The anti-Christian Zionist who run Hymieweird and control what we watch on the Talmudvision put out a show earlier this year titled "Good Christian B**ches"(something like that if I remember right.) Anyhow, we called and wrote all the sponsors and SHAZAM the sponsors dropped that show pronto. MONEY TALKS and bullsheet walks. If you want to stop something it is time for us to emulate the leftisit freaks and take it to the source instead of sitting on our collective arses and whining about it.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#4 Nov 26, 2012
Eric 2016 wrote:
Corportations will stay out of politics if you BOYCOTT them. The anti-Christian Zionist who run Hymieweird and control what we watch on the Talmudvision put out a show earlier this year titled "Good Christian B**ches"(something like that if I remember right.) Anyhow, we called and wrote all the sponsors and SHAZAM the sponsors dropped that show pronto. MONEY TALKS and bullsheet walks. If you want to stop something it is time for us to emulate the leftisit freaks and take it to the source instead of sitting on our collective arses and whining about it.
As a former big time promoter and consumer of Coke-Cola I don't allow it in my home, nor do I shop at Home Depot anymore.
Mad_Max

Atlanta, GA

#5 Dec 6, 2012
Add BRANDSMART to the list!
Eric 2016

Clayton, GA

#6 Dec 6, 2012
Any gubmint job whether it's for the county, city, state, or federal. Ise wants me a gubmint job day bees gravy.

Since: Jun 12

Atlanta, GA

#7 Dec 6, 2012
Chick-Fil-A is against gay marriage. Should we add them to your list?
Clarabelle The Clown

Cleveland, GA

#8 Dec 6, 2012
Justfacts99 wrote:
Chick-Fil-A is against gay marriage. Should we add them to your list?
Nope, because in their opinion "gay marriage" is wrong, but their opinion on a gay person's lifestyle doesn't/hasn't effected their business practices. Chick-Fil-A serves any LGBT person who wants to eat at their establishment. Also I haven't heard of Chick-Fil-A refusing to hire "gay" people or discriminating against their "gay" employees or "gay" customers.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Dallas, GA

#9 Dec 7, 2012
RP McMurphy wrote:
Coca-Cola, AT&T, UPS, Comcast, and Dekalb County Government.
Can anybody think of any more?
Do you have proof?

Since: Jun 12

Atlanta, GA

#10 Dec 7, 2012
Clarabelle The Clown wrote:
<quoted text> Nope, because in their opinion "gay marriage" is wrong, but their opinion on a gay person's lifestyle doesn't/hasn't effected their business practices. Chick-Fil-A serves any LGBT person who wants to eat at their establishment. Also I haven't heard of Chick-Fil-A refusing to hire "gay" people or discriminating against their "gay" employees or "gay" customers.
How do you know it hasn't effected their business practices?
If the Company President will make a marketing stand against gay marriage, then they likely would discriminate in their hiring practices. They will do it in such a way as to not get caught. HR isn't going to say to a person, "We not hiring you because your gay".

I personally know of a denied franchisee who got turned down when Chick-Fil-A figured out his first child was born several months before he married his wife. They didn't say that was the reason, but after an extensive process, his application was denied after some questions about dates in his background.
no way

Pineville, LA

#11 Dec 7, 2012
Justfacts99 wrote:
Chick-Fil-A is against gay marriage. Should we add them to your list?
Of course not! Chick-Fil-A is managed (owned) by a moral person(s). It's Biblical to be against same sex marriages, no matter what anyone thinks.

Since: Jun 12

Atlanta, GA

#12 Dec 7, 2012
no way wrote:
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Of course not! Chick-Fil-A is managed (owned) by a moral person(s). It's Biblical to be against same sex marriages, no matter what anyone thinks.
That is exactly why the Constitution and our laws are not based on the Bible. You will have to buy your own country and establish your own government if you would ever have a snowball's chance of legislating anything based on the Bible.

I am in no way belittling anyone's faith or right to practice just don't practice it for the people (and that is ALL people no matter which faith they believe or don't believe in any faith.)

Btw, the Bible and religion does not necessarily equal morals and most people without faith still can have very strong morals.
no way

Pineville, LA

#13 Dec 7, 2012
Justfacts99 wrote:
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That is exactly why the Constitution and our laws are not based on the Bible. You will have to buy your own country and establish your own government if you would ever have a snowball's chance of legislating anything based on the Bible.
I am in no way belittling anyone's faith or right to practice just don't practice it for the people (and that is ALL people no matter which faith they believe or don't believe in any faith.)
Btw, the Bible and religion does not necessarily equal morals and most people without faith still can have very strong morals.
Excuse me, I thought the forum was about companies that practice reverse discrimination and the particular thread I replied to concerned should a certain company be added to the list because of their opposition to gay marriage. My opinion remains, NO, because of their moral stance. I feel if a person owns a business they should have the personal freedom to take a moral, biblical position , but that in no way means, they or I should be accused as "practicing it for the people (and that is ALL people no matter which faith they believe or don't believe in any faith.)"
"most people without faith still can have very strong morals."
I have to chuckle a little just wondering how morality is recognized? How can you determine what is moral and what is not moral?

Since: Jun 12

Atlanta, GA

#14 Dec 8, 2012
no way wrote:
<quoted text>
Excuse me, I thought the forum was about companies that practice reverse discrimination and the particular thread I replied to concerned should a certain company be added to the list because of their opposition to gay marriage. My opinion remains, NO, because of their moral stance. I feel if a person owns a business they should have the personal freedom to take a moral, biblical position , but that in no way means, they or I should be accused as "practicing it for the people (and that is ALL people no matter which faith they believe or don't believe in any faith.)"
"most people without faith still can have very strong morals."
I have to chuckle a little just wondering how morality is recognized? How can you determine what is moral and what is not moral?
You are excused and are correct in one aspect. The thread was about companies that practice discrimination. But you were the one decided to reply with your view of morals and the Bible.
Even though it portrays poor business judgement, the Cathys' have every right to preach their view of morality from their Company pulpit.
Morality (like religion) is a matter of personal choice. As such, when you push yours on others, you run the risk of infringing on others' rights.
Linking morals to the Bible is absurd. Maybe I will choose to practice the morals of Mother Goose's Fairy Tales.
left hand

Duluth, GA

#15 Dec 8, 2012
Racism is racism. Black, white yellow it doesnt matter. Terms like reverse racism implies that racism only comes from one direction. That in itself is racist
left hand

Duluth, GA

#16 Dec 8, 2012
Clarabelle The Clown wrote:
<quoted text> Nope, because in their opinion "gay marriage" is wrong, but their opinion on a gay person's lifestyle doesn't/hasn't effected their business practices. Chick-Fil-A serves any LGBT person who wants to eat at their establishment. Also I haven't heard of Chick-Fil-A refusing to hire "gay" people or discriminating against their "gay" employees or "gay" customers.
how is their opinion wrong? Ive never heard of a wrong opinion.

Since: Jun 12

Atlanta, GA

#17 Dec 9, 2012
Why should anyone have an opinion about someone else's lifestyle. Is that what Jesus taught you? It seems just so hypocritical for a true Christian to condemn another's lifestyle.
NotHiredWhite

Madison, MS

#18 Apr 29, 2014
ATT employees definitely practice reverse discrimination in Ridgeland, MS. The black employees of this call center will not hire whites. It's a "fun game" for them.
OBSERVER

Kearney, NE

#19 Apr 30, 2014
RP McMurphy wrote:
Coca-Cola, AT&T, UPS, Comcast, and Dekalb County Government.
Can anybody think of any more?
American Express is bad, real bad when it comes to racism against whites
during a training class for customer service, a work at home position, my sister in law was taking 75 to 80 calls per eight hour shift, a black girl was taking 40 calls, and lower, for the same time period. no customer complaints against my sister in law, no negativity at all, I seen this for myself, on her computer screen, before her access to these training files was all of a sudden denied.
GUESS WHO GOT HIRED, AND GUESS WHO GOT TERMINATED?????

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