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07/06/2010

LaBarbera doesn't Digg Google; Google doesn't Flickr

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2010-07-06 At 10.58.03 Am-1According to professional anti-gay Peter LaBarbera, Google Maps will soon look a lot more barren. That's because the company's decision to make up the financial inequities that gay employees suffer under current law will lead to the destruction of society as we know and search it:

As for whether it is unfair for heterosexual couples to get a tax break that homosexuals do not receive, LaBarbera argues that it is "public policy madness" to treat "homosexual couples as equal to traditionally married couples."

He further feels that the idea is "the death of a society, because societies prosper through marriage and the raising of children. Incentivizing homosexuality is bad for a culture. Shame on Google for doing that...."

LaBarbera: 'Shame on Google' [ONN]

Great, so we'll look forward to Pete removing his Americans For Truth site from Google ASAP.

But don't be confused if you see an uptake in obsessively gay-themed searches, Bing and Yahoo. It's just "opposition research," dontcha know?

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