How dare Google start a campaign, “Legalize Love,” to work on behalf of their LGBT employees in nations around the world, focusing specifically on nations with laws where homosexuality is criminalized? Doesn’t Google know that American wingnut Tony Perkins really likes those Third World nations, and he especially likes their anti-gay laws? We have no evidence to suggest that Tony Perkins actually cares anything for those countries for any other reason, but he definitely loves their anti-gay laws, and Google is getting in the way of that traditional Biblical love. Therefore, Tony so angry:
After years on the Internet, Google is stepping into a different domain—politics. Hello, I’m Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council in Washington. Thanks to a new campaign, Google’s approach to traditional values is to search—and destroy. The web giant just kicked off a worldwide push called “Legalize Love,” aimed at breaking down the barriers to homosexuality around the globe. Their biggest targets? Countries that have moral objections to same-sex relationships. “We want our employees who are gay or lesbian or transgender to have the same experience outside the office as they do in the office,” said a spokesman. That means actively fighting laws in other countries that aren’t as gay-friendly as Google would like. After watching Target and J.C. Penney take a financial hit after endorsing same-sex marriage, Google should know better. They can push to “Legalize Love,” but they shouldn’t be surprised by the blow back. Because when it comes to Google, political neutrality is what most users are searching for.
“Moral objections” sounds like a euphemism to me! Because you know what some of those countries with “moral objections” do? They jail and kill gay people. Of course, the idea that Target and JC Penney have taken financial hits due to their support for gay rights is delusional bordering on insane. Tony really thinks normal people are like him. It would be funny if it wasn’t pitiful.