Skip to comments.Gays and Chick-fil-A Day
Posted on 07/30/2012 9:13:17 AM PDT by Marketfly1
On Wednesday, I will be joining what I imagine to be tens of thousands of fellow Christian conservatives by patronizing Chick-fil-A, though in all honesty, I probably would have gone there anyway.
The Georgia-based fried fowl eatery has been my favorite fast food spot since high school.
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My office is going. It’s gonna be the biggest day evah for Chick-Fil-A, and there may be a bit of a surprise for any of the libtards that try to get physical.
My wife and I ate there last wednesday and will again this week. I don’t do fast food, but I made an exception.
Heard on the radio this morning that the gays were trying to organize a “kiss-in” at Chic-Fil-A on Friday.
***the gays were trying to organize a kiss-in***
Typical homo action. Start off with gay pride, end up with homo exhibitionism.
Much more like millions!
I ate at a Chick-fil-A last Friday for the first time. I won’t be able to go this Wednesday, but I will definitely go back.
The gays should come up with their own franchise, they can call it “Dick-Fil-A”.
(I’ll leave it to you to determine what the “A” stands for).
“The gays should come up with their own franchise, they can call it Dick-Fil-A.”
How about calling it ‘Cock-A-Doodle-Do’?
Hmmmmm, the Chick-Fil-A Bowl pits the ACC against the SEC. Boston College is in the ACC. BC looks pretty good this Summer. Could be interesting.
“Typical homo action. Start off with gay pride, end up with homo exhibitionism.”
Isn’t that the truth? Every time they get together they have to do something inappropriate to get attention. Hence, banning homosexuals is about banning their inappropriate public behaviors.
I would also suggest the name of the restaurant in “Idiocracy”, the one we know today as “Fuddruckers.”
The “Gay Card” has become the new “Race Card” in this country.
I’ll probably be zotted for this, but I am a supporter of gay marriage. I honestly dont care. That said, I support chik-fil-a. I’m going to go there on Wednesday and get lunch.
This is the very essence of, “I may not agree with what you say, but I will fight for your right to say it.
I don’t like the idea of a litmus test, administered by the state or local government, to be allowed a livelihood. This idea should chill everyone to the bone. It begs to question what other issues they might decide on in the future. If you don’t support higher taxes on yourself, or if you are not a fan of Isreal (or Palestine, whatever), you won’t be allowed to start a carpet cleaning business.
Wednesday breakfast will be chicken biscuits.
You sound like you think you are compromising your beliefs by going there on Wed.
Dan Cathy, Pres. of CFA, has gays working at his stores...and he doesn’t have a problem with yours or anyone else’s views being different than his.
He is merely saying that as a Christian, HE personally believes in the traditional definition of marriage.
Leave it to the uber lib gay community to distort the message and make it into a shout out for their illicit lifestyle..(so now you know where I stand..point being that the First Amendment is alive and well).
They should be protesting the menu instead and ask CFA to serve Bangers and Mash.
Let 'em just go somewhere that serves horsecock sandwiches.
Another Freeper had a great idea. If there are no CFA’s in your area(my dilemma), call the nearest store(for me, Racine, WI), and ask to pay for the next customer’s order with a CC.
That makes sense.
That's one of the reasons why I oppose gay marriage, and would oppose it even if I were "gay," or pro-"gay" in general. Gay "marriage" is a mechanism to force the compliance of unwilling business and unwilling individuals. That is, it is used as a tool
It's all about coercion.
Tons of evidence available.
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