Sunday, November 18, 2007

Pastor Hutcherson to buy Microsoft over gay bill

Pastor Ken Hutcherson is fighting back against Microsoft because MS supported a gay-rights bill in Washington state. I agree that the law promotes sin, but I disagree with his tactic. He is trying to gain control of Microsoft by people buying shares. Worse, he claims he can succeed. The Telegraph (UK) reports
His ambitious plan signals a new offensive in his two-year battle with Microsoft after it abandoned its neutral stance on gay rights legislation, which he says he helped secretly negotiate before outraged gay employees intervened. By trying to become a political player in Washington state, he said, the company was trying to impose its sinful ways on others. "Microsoft stepped out of their four walls into my world so that gives me the right to step out of my world into their world," he said. "They tried to turn their policy into state policy, making their policy something I had to submit to. And my playbook [the bible] tells me you don't submit to sin."

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