How to Avoid Advancing the Gay Agenda

Even if you did have health insurance, your doctor couldn’t prescribe you any medication made by Eli Lilly, Bristol Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson and Johnson, Merck or Pfizer. Don’t worry, I’m sure that rash will clear up soon. And if it doesn’t, take solace in the fact that you’re doing the right thing. Wear it like a badge of honor for your brave and virtuous stand against immorality and equality.

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8 comments on this post.
  1. VeritasKnight:

    Funny how it goes that banks don’t care who you sleep with, as long as you have money.

  2. Modusoperandi:

    To be fair, they still have plenty of good, solid, corporations across Africa and the Middle East they can deal with.

  3. Aquaria:

    Even if you did have health insurance, your doctor couldn’t prescribe you any medication made by Eli Lilly, Bristol Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson and Johnson, Merck or Pfizer. Don’t worry, I’m sure that rash will clear up soon. And if it doesn’t, take solace in the fact that you’re doing the right thing. Wear it like a badge of honor for your brave and virtuous stand against immorality and equality.

    But what do they need to do with medicine? Their book says all they have to do is pray, and they’ll be healed of anything! Even poison!

    Start a’prayin’, christers, and not for Pfizer to save your ass.

  4. regexp:

    Eric Altman wrote sendmail – which is responsible for the vast majority of e-mail delivery – and has made this comment:

    There is some sort of perverse pleasure in knowing that it’s basically impossible to send a piece of hate mail through the Internet without its being touched by a gay program. That’s kind of funny.

  5. bones:

    As an employee of one of those perfect-scoring defense companies, my impression of this from a few years ago is that corporate went below radar of company workers on this. Defense companies’ workers are notoriously conservative (this year when an ‘LGBT month’ poster appeared in a few places in June, it was met with annoyance; outrage by some). I heard about our company’s HRC score in the press, not in a company announcement to workers. It brought into context some of the recent changes in company policies, like a new adoption benefit in times of drawbacks in other employee benefits. When it came out, I remembered, everyone read it with disinterest, not realizing the strategic intent of the new policy.

  6. Nentuaby:

    bones:

    If you can truly get a 100% score behind the backs of your employees, that sounds like a huge flaw in the HRC ratings system to me… Education and clearly explicated policy are key parts of creating an actually inclusive workplace.

  7. Brain Hertz:

    I can’t wait for these fuckers to start following their own advice. It will be interesting to see how they’re planning on posting their stuff on the Internet without touching something made by Cisco (100), Microsoft (100), Intel (95), Oracle (100) or IBM (100).

  8. yellowsubmarine:

    7. They’ll do it the same way that anti-science wackos get their stuff on the internet via their blackberry. By plugging their ears and singing LA LA LA I’M NOT LISTENING while they do it.

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