Skip to comments.The Google “Gag” Order
Posted on 01/20/2003 5:48:42 PM PST by AdamSelene235
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I don't think we'll see much about this so-called 'story' in the media. Like others have said, ads get rejected everyday from companies all around the world. It would be like running a story about how somebody, somewhere sneezed today. Big deal....
Funny how things change, huh? Seemed our founding fathers kinda liked that "tolerance", esp. religious tolerance. They liked political diversity too....they even had some people who were democrats and some who were Whigs.....and after a while a whole NEW party was formed - called the Republicans! Do you believe they actually thought the diversity would be a good thing? Of course, those multicultural immigrants who came over here and worked in the factories and built the railroads and etc.....well, I bet they didn't like that either, right? Goodness, all of the debating and talking about 'rights' and 'religious freedom' and 'free speech' and whatnot must have the founding fathers rolling over in their graves!!!!! Whew, I bet they never wanted that to happen!!!!!
False advertising? How in the world did you conclude that? I'm sure they let potential advertisers know that they can reject any ads they want to reject (as is it their right to do). What's false about that?
I think its possible to criticize the tactics of the homosexual left without "promoting hatred".
I don't hate gays. I don't even dislike them.
But when you start employing Gramscian tactics and using the schools to promote your goals, then I have a problem.
We set up Wherewithal as a search engine nearly 4 years go. Then we started using Wherewithal as the name for our knowledge management end of the business and changed the search engine to Xoron which we call the future of search.
The thing about Xoron.com as a search engine is that we have 800 folks around the world keeping categories up to date. And if we don't find a match at our site for whatever you're looking, we get the Google feed from Yahoo. Google blocks us because we're their competition.
As a startup we've hung in there for nearly 4 years. A large company, Kaiser Permanente, just bought our product and can't say enough good things about us. The Delphi Group also said some very kinds things about us. If interested, you can read about us at the Wherewithal site.
So, try our search engine, Xoron.
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