So I follow a few different blogs, both on blogspot and not. One of my favorite VERY right blogs is managed by Michelle Malkin. While I do not always follow her hard right slants, I do for the most part agree with her visions and interpretations.
In response to the recent eHarmony fiasco, Michelle posted an initial and now follow-up pair of posts on the matter. Not only did they pay the plaintiff off with $5K and a free membership, look at some of the additionals:
* eHarmony, Inc. will post photos of same-sex couples in the “Diversity” section of its Web site as successful relationships are created using the company’s same-sex matching service. In addition, eHarmony, Inc. will include photos of same-sex couples, as well as individual same-sex users, in advertising materials used to promote its same-sex matching services;
* eHarmony, Inc. will revise anti-discrimination statements placed on company Web sites, in company handbooks and other company publications to make plain that it does not discriminate on the basis of “sexual orientation;”
* the company has committed to advertising and public relations/ marketing dedicated to its same-sex matching service, and will retain a media consultant experienced in promoting the “fair, accurate and inclusive” representation of gay and lesbian people in the media to determine the most effective way of reaching the gay and lesbian communities.
Of course, her dedicated following jumped all over the red meat provided by Ms. Malkin, pretty much all of which I agreed with. However, one user, tre, summed it all up beautifully for me and thus gets my Quote of the Week award.
On November 21st, 2008 at 12:01 pm, tre said:
Whom do I see about suing Al Qaeda and Hamas for not admitting Christians?
The revolution is at hand. Will you be a leader or a follower?