CEO of Angie’s List Calls it Quits

We are not sure if Bill Oesterle, co-founder and CEO of Angie’s List, stepped down because he disagreed with the company’s stance on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or if he sees the handwriting on the wall.

Oesterle told TheStatehouseFile.com the debate over religious liberty

“…came at a time when I was naturally thinking about what I might do for the rest of my life.”

It could be that nobody knows that he exists, as Angie’s List constantly touts the woman at the helm and not Bill.

Will the man who help Republican Governor Mitch Daniels prove to be a man of character, or just another RINO hiding out in a capitalist’s coat?

The Daily Signal reports:

Bill Oesterle, co-founder and chief executive of Angie’s List, announced he is stepping down from his position just weeks after the company took an outspoken stance against Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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Oesterle’s announcement comes after Angie’s List decided to withdraw a proposal before the Indianapolis City Council to expand its headquarters.  Angie’s List provides consumer reviews to its subscribers for a monthly fee.

Angie’s List is in triage, and it’s our responsibility to help them complete their demise. Let’s act fast, before they donate to the Clinton Foundation.

 

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