Yes, I have read the original memo, which is the basis for my comments.

Yes, I have read the original memo, which is the basis for my comments. The examples I use are spot on relevant to what this situation points to. Large corporations recognize serious inequities and gender discrimination in their work cultures, and they are doing something about it, just as the US did back in the 70s with Title IX.

Then you are being completely dishonest. As I already pointed out and you dodged, the examples you offer are baseless and without any merit or scientific support, they were grounded in hate.

This memo was filled to the brim with hard scientific evidence and massive amounts of links and references. He clearly stated many times his support for the “goals” of the Google policies but was pointing out what he saw as flaws in their executions and even offered ways to improve on those things.

You are a prime example of a saying I have used for over 30 years:

“If all you are looking for is the negative, you will always find it, even if it is not really there.”

It’s not a coincidence that this Damore guy has embraced his role as an alt-right hero by the Wall Street Journal and other conservative media. If he were sincere he would have rejected this embrace, but he dove right in, betraying the very points he wished to make: he’s proven that Google was right in firing him.

That is some pretty childish logic you got going on there bud. So because one group or another agrees with you, the only course of action is to change your opinions or be considered part of that group you see as bad?

So if you say the sky is blue, and some Conservative agrees with you, then according to your twisted logic you would feel compelled to suddenly change your opinion of the color of the sky because a Conservative agreed with you?

You really need to grow up.

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