Unless you are of an opposing political position. At which case, "Fuck you. You are far more despicable than us."JonB said:Cards Against Humanity self-describes as a game that is "as despicable and awkward as you and your friends."
Technically, from a business law perspective, if the CEO was forced out over the outrage at his political beliefs he was in fact terminated on the bases of political affiliation. That is a huge "no no". That is the legal grey area, everything else is the moral grey area. Is it right to make an entire company suffer, one that employs many liberal and LGBT people I might add, just because you don't like the personal opinions of one man? I don't know, but I do know if the liberal agenda was being targeted in this manner there would be much more of an outcry. So armed with this knowledge I call most people involved with this hypocrites.Vivi22 said:I wasn't aware that asking people to boycott a company based on the CEO's political beliefs constituted a threat from a protected class. If he wanted to stick it out he was welcome to. Clearly the board didn't like the attention his beliefs and actions garnered.