Some examples from the post:
You can’t fly on American Airlines, Continental or US Airways, both of which scored a perfect 100. You might also want to avoid United, Southwest, Delta, Northwest, and JetBlue; all scored above 80. In fact, Sarah Palin is gonna have a difficult time flying anywhere since Alaska Airlines also got a perfect score.
Shopping could be a problem too. You can’t shop at Abercrombie and Fitch, The Gap, JC Penney’s, Macy’s, or Nordstroms. Can’t wear Levis jeans or Nike shoes. And even that staple of middle American fashion, LL Bean, scored a 79. Ah well, there’s always K-Mart. And in a pinch, you can always wear a plain white sheet.
Speaking of which, eating and drinking could be a bit difficult as well. No Coke or Pepsi, they both got 100. Nothing from Kraft or General Mills, which wipes out about half the products in the supermarket. No Budweiser. …
There’s more at his site. Give it a read, its quite illuminating.
businesses certainly are ahead of the gubmunt on this. my partner works in biotech. in the 10 yrs we’ve been together, she’s worked for 3 companies and weathered 3 take-over/mergers in 2 states. at no time did any company in any of it’s permutations ever blink an eye at providing me with insurance coverage like any other spouse. what’s more, she managed to get a few start-ups who have courted her along the way to create domestic partnership policies. they all have followed through even though she declined to work for them.