I've got enormous contempt for Mozilla who still proudly have this at the top of their web page:
If they think this was good and ethical behavior or in anyway admirable, they're wrong.
I think he should have stayed and fought to the bitter end but the haters probably threatened his family. It's what they do.
This was not a good day for America. This would have been a banner bad day in a Banana Republic. How did we let the Haters win and why do they always win here in these contests of will? These people's actions always bring the image of "The Last Jew in Vinnitsa" to mind because they think and act the same way and with the same passion for waging evil.
What is it with people that they refuse to allow anybody to disagree with them?
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Except, of course, for when our political views diverge.
How did people lose sight of the fact that Prop 8 was approved by the majority of voters in California back when this country was still, at least partially, a democratic republic? I have this image of the Spartan king kicking the Persian emissary into the abyss while shouting, "This is TOLERANCE!"Delete