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So here is the topic. Recently this rotund son of a bitch named Brendan, the former CEO of Mozilla, was fired for having donated $1000 to the cause of Proposition 8, which had a goal of outlawing same sex marriage in the fine state of California, way back in 2008.
This information surfaced, and the guy lost his job due to moral outrage. My query is this:
Do you think it is appropriate for a person, no matter how bigoted, to be fired for exercising his first amendment rights to believe and do with his money whatever he desires? I'm not homophobic, I don't agree with this guy, but something about his personal beliefs costing him his job is disgusting to me.
Anyway, that's my take on it. Wondering what my compatriots think