Skip to comments.Giants blasted for David Tyree hire
Posted on 07/22/2014 8:10:31 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Human Rights Campaign blasted the New York Giants' hiring of David Tyree on Tuesday for his past comments in which he expressed anti-gay views.
Tyree, who was hired as the team's director of player development, said in 2011 that he would trade in his famous Super Bowl helmet catch if it would stop homosexuals from being married.
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The Subhuman Rights Campaign is “blasting” the New Yawk Giants? Those morons need to get a life.
“Tolerance” on display.
Now I know why they call them c-suckers. They act like them with their own brand of intolerance.
What the hell is the “Human Rights Campaign”?
Another homosexual group?
That is the group behind the square blue and yellow stickers signifying pro-homosexual marriage.
So now the queer pressure groups now believe they have veto power over teams’ personnel decisions. Imagine the uproar if the Rams cut Michael Sam.
Mother Nature or Gaia have inflicted all kinds of STDS and AIDS on "those who practice procreation in non-biological manner."
Have your lib friends argue that point and try to sound intelligent.
Just truly myopic why the world's most successful sports organization eagerly want to go down this road and sign their own death certificate.
GaySPN always there to shove the agenda.
6 That is the group behind the square blue and yellow stickers signifying pro-homosexual marriage.
HRC started up ~ 1980. Of all the alphabet soup homosexual rights organizations out there, they are the largest and probably the most influential. They practice the maxim of cultural marxism -"the long march through the institutions." They successfully penetrated and corrupted the human resources departments of the Fortune 500 companies by creating in 2002 their Corporate Equality Index.
The CEI is a tool to rate American businesses on their treatment of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees, consumers and investors. The Corporate Equality Index chooses companies to rank, and rates them on a scale of 0 to 100 based on flexible criteria grounded in the "10 principles" of the Equality Project. These include ...
A written policy of nondiscrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
Inclusion of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in its diversity and sensitivity training.
Parity in domestic partner benefits required by certain laws like the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Appropriate and respectful advertising to the LGBT community.
Transgender-inclusive health insurance benefits.
Rejection of any activities that would undermine the goal of equal rights for LGBT people.
Many companies are pressured to change policies that have earned them a poor score on the index, due to bad press. This has led to a competitive atmosphere among businesses to stay current in the latest LGBT-related inclusive policies. Larger corporations are much more likely to change LGBT-related policies as a result of the index than small or medium companies are. The Human Rights Campaign focuses on larger companies in the CEI, so smaller businesses are subject to little public backlash due to the efforts of the Human Rights Campaign and the index.
Here is hrc.org's buyer's guide, for a quick reference of which companies to buy from, if you know what I mean.
Marxism does not allow freedom of thought.
Pray America wakes up