If CEO had to resign for views on gays he held in 2008, shouldn’t Obama do the same?

The liberal wave of criticism that swept Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich from office this week has conservatives wondering if libs are willing to apply the same standard to the president.

It’s  a pretty straightforward question. Until the spring of 2012, President Obama was publicly opposed to gay marriage and even said he thought it was something states should decide.

So what happened?

One Twitter poster found plenty of ammunition against a candidate who once opposed it.

The implications are clear.

Elsewhere on Twitter, the PC ugliness of the Eich purge was too much even some the PC thought police pretend they’re defending. One Twitter post put it perfectly — calling the out the liberal/left for the proto-fascists they are.

And the outpouring was impressive, more than 1,000 retweets and comments from all over the political spectrum.

Nobody likes bullies.

H/T: Twitchy

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Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders, a 25-year newspaper veteran, is a staff writer and editor for BizPac Review who lives in Tallahassee and covers capital and Florida politics. Email Joe at [email protected].


78 thoughts on “If CEO had to resign for views on gays he held in 2008, shouldn’t Obama do the same?

  1. Lloyd Miller says:

    YES! Fire the President! Clearly a fountainhead of HATE toward gays. Possibly a self-hater as well!

  2. Hugh Johnson says:

    Gay “rights” is an oxymoron

  3. If Mozilla can use “corporate morality” as justification for firing Eich, why can’t Hobby Lobby use it to justify not paying for abortion-inducing drugs?

  4. Law Picks says:

    but noone fired this guy, he resigned. There’s a big difference.

  5. Sam D. Maloney says:

    Well, no: Eich would still be CEO if he’d had the good sense to claim he’d ‘evolved on the issue’, as the President did. It wasn’t his past bigotry that was the issue, it was his outright refusal to stop being a bigot.

  6. Irv Spielberg says:

    How Obama Really Came Out !

    I dreamed I swallowed Obama. But he came out later because he’d long wanted to be outed!

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