Saturday, November 17, 2007

Pastor Calls On Conservatives To Buy Microsoft Shares To Topple Gay Rights Rule

Imagine if anti-gay bigot's like Ken Hutcherson (the face of hate is pictured at left) spent as much time truly preaching the gospels as they do sowing hatred and lies against other children of God. I truly hope Microsoft will continue to blow this asshole off. This jerk is anything but a Christian. I'd also like to know what type of luxurious lifestyle he may be enjoying as well from his ministry of hate. I also wonder how Hutcherson would feel about people using Bible verses to justify slavery and segregation? But then, these Christianists never want the same standard applied to them as they seek to apply to others. As with most of the loudest homophobes, Hutcherson is probably a self-loathing closet case who is taking his venom out on others who live their lives the way he secretly wishes he could but for his extremist religious indoctrination. Here are highlights from (

(Seattle, Washington) Gay rights foe Rev. Ken Hutcherson is calling on religious conservatives to buy stock in Microsoft so they can force a shareholders vote on the company's policy that provides equality for gay workers. Hutcherson, whose megachurch is a stone's throw from Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington, caused a stir at the company's recent annual meeting, demanding the world's biggest computer company abandon its LGBT worker policy. Microsoft's directors urged shareholders to reject the attempt, and the issue failed to get enough support for a vote, but Hutcherson is undeterred.

He also told the paper that Microsoft is only the first public company he intends to target. "There are 256 Fortune 500 companies alone pouring millions upon millions of dollars into pushing the homosexual agenda," he told The Daily Telegraph. "I consider myself a warrior for Christ. Microsoft don't scare me. I got God with me. As for any comparison with LGBT rights and civil rights for African Americans, Hutcherson says there is none.

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