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    My point remains, he was not forced out.

    And Mozilla has corrected the anonymous statements in the WSJ. The reasons they quit were different for each, but they have not publicly stated that this guy's bigotry was reason.

    And I still want to know who is giving to these bigoted campaigns and will not shop with them as is my right.

    •  I think you're splitting hairs. (1+ / 0-)
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      When a scandal-plagued politican resigns "to spend more time with the family," do we really argue that he wasn't forced out?

      All sides routinely use public outrage to force change.

      Call it what it is. Public outrage over his personal political activity--nothing to do with his job--forced him to resign "for the good of the company."

      The word "parent" is supposed to be a VERB, people...

      by wesmorgan1 on Thu Apr 03, 2014 at 03:26:12 PM PDT

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