A former employee has sued Northbrook-based Allstate Insurance Company for discrimination, maintaining he was fired for writing an Internet-published essay that slams same-sex marriage and homosexual lifestyles.
So they punished him for his heterosexual choice, utilizing his free speech, and also invaded in his privacy? What did this guy do wrong? There's no such thing as a "thought" police.
I hope Allstate gets sued a bundle, and they lose thousands of customers for their homo loving attitude.
I hope this guy wins millions.
Being pro-heterosexual is the new fad. Queerdom is an old 90's thing. Allstate is way behind the times here. They screwed up because of their ignorance.
posted on 07/21/2005 8:46:58 PM PDT
by concerned about politics
("A people without a heritage are easily persuaded (deceived)" - Karl Marx)
To: concerned about politics
More than likely, Allstate will settle this suit out of court. Most insurance companies rather settle than go to court, it's cheaper. If Allstates' motto is the Good Hands People, I hope this guy's new motto is "Squeeze a little harder for more money from Allstate.
I personally hate insurance companies. The screw everyone and we have no choice in having to use them, i,e; car insurance, unless you're an illegal alien. They don't need insurance, or a license, or a social security number to get everything they need or want for free.
posted on 07/21/2005 9:14:43 PM PDT
by antiunion person
(Liberals will be murdered right alongside the conservatives. Blood is all RED.)
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