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Google to Pay Heterosexuals Less Than Gay Employees

Straight people will get paid less because they could get married and get a tax cut.  How wonderful.  And someone tell me, would it be considered discriminatory if I paid straight people more because they are less likely to get HIV?  Could I pay straight people more because married straight couples tend to live longer and healthier?

Liberals hate discrimination.  As long as you define “discrimination” as “not giving special benefits to the groups they like”.

Google plans to pay gay employees more

Google is set to begin covering a cost that gay and lesbian employees must pay when their partners receive domestic partner health benefits, according to a report in the New York Times.

The cost is largely to compensate these workers for an extra tax that heterosexual married couples do not pay. The increase will be retroactive to the beginning of the year, the newspaper said.

Google is not the first large company to make up for the extra tax, the Times reported, adding that Google’s move could inspire its Silicon Valley competitors to follow suit, as they compete for the same talent.

If that doesn’t seem like discrimination, let’s flip it on its ear: I own a company that employs both caucasians and minorities. I put out a memo announcing that I’ve discovered that my white employees are paying higher property taxes, so in order to make it “fair” to everyone, I’m going to start paying white employees more so they can cover their extra property taxes.

Michelle Malkin » Google to Pay Heterosexuals Less

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  1. Taigen
    August 8, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    If Google is paying their homosexual employees more than their white employees due to the extra taxes that homosexuals have to pay, I hardly see it as discrimination. If the U.S. was to make gay partnership completely legal with all the same rights as a straight couple, there would be no issue and this would be considered as discrimination. Until then, leave us be.

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