Originally Posted by synp
Not quite. Apple cannot decide that it doesn't allow black people to use its software. Similarly, it can't decide that Jews are prohibited from installing Mac OS X.
If Apple had decided that Mac OS X is only to be used inside the company, that's their right. But they have decided to sell it.
You have got to be kidding.
First off, you comparing it to a racial issue just confirms your ignorance and self-respect.
Second, Apple does not "sell" OSX to the general public. It's only for installation as an "upgrade" to an existing Apple system. The fact that one can walk into a retail store and purchase it does not grant you the ability to install it on your non-Apple machine and try to sell it to the public.
Third: Apple is an equal-opportunity company and I'm sure has sold their systems to people of African, Caucasian, Asian, and Hispanic descent. I'm sure they have even sold systems to individuals with physical and mental disabilities. Rumor has it they have even sold systems to Jews, Catholics, Protestants, Hindus, Buddhists, Atheists and agnostic folks too. However I would only partially agree with you on one portion in that while they should be free to sell their systems to anyone i just mentioned above, Apple should outlaw selling their systems to individuals of "moronic" descent like those that try to justify their violation of IP rights by playing the race card.
You have serious issues.