I mean, execs keep track of everything that goes on under their umbrella (so they'd never step into a failing test), right?
It's the religion clause of the first amendment, but it's definitely a freedom-of-expression issue:
I wish this was only a fringe issue by a few small-minded people, but it's fairly widespread.
(or fails to condemn their brethren who do).
Hmm, how many republican 2016-presidential-wannabees have condemned groups pushing for an amendment like the above?
The worst part are all the relatively smart people who are excusing this, simply because she has a (D) after her name. All I have to say, is if this were Jeb, he would be in jail already.
No, if it was Jeb there'd just be a different set of relatively smart people excusing it because of the (R) after his name. Bipartisan partisan hackery is a two-sided coin.
Or he'll bilk lots of people out of tons of money and then retire as the company goes down in flames.
So you're saying his business will bomb?
I'll be honest.... I won't shed a tear if a good 50 or 60% of the existing web sites die off, due to lack of revenue generation.
Wouldn't your tear-sheding kind of depend on which 50-60% die off? Eg, I'd be pretty upset if slashdot disappeared...
The airlines don't like this, because if you book NY to LA, they can no longer sell the Chicago to LA seat
What do you mean? They did sell that seat: to me, as part of a trip I paid for, and at the price they thought was fair. If I choose to not use part of what I paid for, well, I still paid for it.
The airline's complaint would be like me going to a restaurant, ordering the steak&potatoes but only eating the steak, and the restaurant complaining this should be illegal because they could've made more money selling the (wasted) potatoes to someone else.
libertarians have a big problem with vaccines
Watch it with the broad brush there, sparky. In the words of Frederic Bastiat:
"every time we object to a thing being done by government, the socialists conclude that we object to its being done at all.
Touche, broad brush indeed.
We're living in a golden age. All you need is gold. -- D.W. Robertson.