Remember the one about 'throwing stones and living in a glass house'?
Over the last few days, we've been reading posts and articles about the "CEO & Firefox" plus "the equal pay for women" stories.
They've hit a nerve because of the sheer insanity of dismissing Mr Eich over a political contribution and the phony debate about women making less money than men.
Our friend Rick Moran put a new light on Mr Eich's case with some information that should embarrass lots and lots of those self righteous people that we saw on TV defending the dismissal:
"Mozilla's Brendan Eich was forced to resign for his support of Prop 8 in California in 2008.The online dating site OKCupid was a catalyst for getting him fired, urging its members and customers not to use Firefox because of Eich's position on gay marraige.
But it turns out that OKCupid's CEO, Sam Yagan, donated to Utah Rep. Chris Cannon's campaign. Cannon cast several votes in Congress against gay marriage and gay rights.
What should OKCupid's "community" do with this hater?"
Do with the hater? The "gay mafia" will go into convenient mute mode. After all, these are the same people who voted for President Obama and all of those other Democrats who believe that marriage is between a man and a woman?
With respect to the "equal pay" story, we learned today that The White House has a little "woman problem in their payroll":
""The White House is getting, as you indicated Norah, roughed up by its own pay equity rhetoric," reported Major Garrett. "In an analysis of White House salaries, which nobody here disputes, shows that the median income of female staffers is 88 percent of that of male staffers.""
Of course, this whole "pay equity" debate is another phony issue drummed up by Democrats to avoid talking about the black unemployment rate in the 6th year of our first black president, income inequality growing or a foreign policy that has many Democrats worried.
And let's not forget Obama Care! We are still waiting for all of those Democrats seeking election or re-election in competitive states to stand behind President Obama at the next pep rally.
It turns out that the "gay mafia" & "distraction charlatans" at the White House forgot that people who live in glass houses should not throw stones.
The moral of the story is simple: Practice what you preach or you may have to use Ricky Ricardo's line about "esplaining to do"!