FearTheFall saidI see nothing wrong with this. It's called freedom of speech. People are entitled to their opinions.
iPhone also blocked an app that would allow users to watch full length Family Guy or South Park episodes on their phones... because they did not approve of the content of the shows. It was from the actual creators of South Park so its definitely not like it was an infringement issue on copyrights... they also blocked an iPhone app that was simply Dalai Lama quotes. Really?
I think these things combined should really be a no-brainer
as far as this companies stance goes. And no amount of sleek designs and catchy commercial tunes will ever cover it up for me.
If you really want to test it, develop an app for the opposing side and lets see how far it gets...beta