Re: 'Tolerance' gang strikes again...
It was pro-family in the public policy sense. The best public policy (and the science and sociological studies confirm this) is where the maximum amount of children are raised by their biological parents. Therefore, any policy which promotes and supports that being the case would be good public policy. Anything that dilutes or discourages that, would be bad public policy. Granted, same-sex-marriage isn't the only problem, as no-fault-divorce already greatly damaged the instution of marriage. But, further damage isn't going to build a stronger society. Again, I'm talking public policy, not how two or more individuals choose to relate to each other. The State already permits same-sex-marriage, it just doesn't promote it, through licensing it.
And, if Mozilla were truly inclusive, it would also be inclusive of people who don't support same-sex-marriage. Doesn't anyone else find it a bit odd that an inclusivity policy's action is to exclude? If Eich had come into Mozilla, and started firing LGBT folks, or not hiring LGBT folks, that would be a different story. All he did was show he disagreed with this group. But, that's enough, I guess, for the thought-police to jump into action. You bow to the LBGT cause, or you pay the price. (Tolerance???)
In a perfect world, there would be no issue to deal with to begin with.