If only he'd put stock in decency and humanity
Back in November, we brought you video of Washington pastor Ken Hutcherson threatening Microsoft shareholders that if they don't roll back their support for gay rights, they're gonna feel his wrath. In case you don't remember, here that is:
Well unfortunately, the vehemently anti-gay Hutcherson is once again forcing us to waste electronic ink on his endeavors, as he has now announced that he and his "powerful white people" are planning to load up on Microsoft stock in order to gain stake in the company and ultimately influence its corporate decisions (read: convince them to go against gay people). To accomplish this unrighteous goal, Hutch and buddies (including anti-gays like Gary Bauer) have formed something called the AGN Financial Network, which you can read all about at The Seattle Post-Intellingencer's website:
Fortunately, those with greater financial wits than ourselves (we keep our loot in a hollowed out tree truck in the middle of Central Park) don't seem all that optimistic that the social conservatives are going to be able to make a real dent in the technological mega-company. Though we must warn Gates & Co.: If the next version of Windows replaces its Start button with a "Repent, God-less Sodomite" one, we might have to bitch.
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he says he's a black man with a righteous cause?
Thats bullshit. I am no racist but all I can say of this ex washed up football wannabe is that he is just an upity ni**er with a bad attitude that just needs to smoke a few joints, mellow the hell out and enjoy Windows Vista a bit more.
Posted by: Traci | Jan 8, 2008 1:48:40 PM
Traci even using the n word without spelling it out is wrong. We don't counter a person's bigotry by resorting to personal attacks especially on race. Ken is a drama queen he loves the spotlight and does these outrageous things to bring in more money and more gullible sheep into his den.
Posted by: adam kautz | Jan 8, 2008 9:52:06 PM
Yea, Traci. Very uncool.
Posted by: G-A-Y | Jan 8, 2008 10:03:56 PM
I stand corrected and regret the choice of words. I get a little overly emotional when dealing with individuals like Hutcherson and his ilk.
I am notorious for not mincing words. Forgive me.
Posted by: Traci | Jan 8, 2008 10:36:11 PMcomments powered by Disqus