Skip to comments.'Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day' sets record, restaurant chain says
Posted on 08/02/2012 8:56:24 AM PDT by DallasBiff
Chick-fil-A says it set a sales record on Wednesday, the day that supporters rallied around the fast-food chain amid a debate over its president's opposition to same-sex marriage.
The chain said it won't release sales numbers, but "we can confirm reports that it was a record-setting day," said Steve Robinson, Chick-fil-A's executive vice president of marketing
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The “hate chicken” slogan of today used against this business is no different from the “Jew” slogan used by brownshirted-jackbooted thugs outside of German businesses in the 1930’s.
The leader of those thugs, until Hitler purged him in 1934, was a gay man named Ernst Rohm.
I waited in the drive-through line at the West Mifflin, PA location for 30 minutes (no AC). The inside was packed.
Reports were that all the local CFA experienced the same.
Not a word in the online edition of this mornings Post Gazette?
The Trib did do a nice article.
On my drive to work this morning I turned on NPR news at 6:59 and listened to the entire broadcast. They never mentioned it.
It never happened.
All 1476 NPR listeners?
I never know if NPR happens. ... ;-)
It did though, it really happened — thats the truth. If liberals want to live in a fantasy land built on lies then so be it. They have the power not to report but they cant change what thousands know to be true.
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The Post Gazette is the democratic party newsletter, I’d be amazed to see any sort of mention of anything not supporting leftist ideals covered.
The gay-obsessed libs sure caused a LOT of chickens to die yesterday. LOL
there’s no CFA anywhere near me....i have a business trip to Arizona soon and will stop in
“The gay-obsessed libs sure caused a LOT of chickens to die yesterday.”
And, sadly for them, not one chicken was jammed up an ass.
Amen to that!!
Check NPR later in the day. Now that CNN has reported on Chick-fil-A’s record sales, then it “really happened”.
NPR has permission to report i,t too.
What’s sad is that the longtime Chick fil A spokesman Donald Perry didn’t live to see today.
Scaring the neighbor's cat ROFLOL!!
My total commute is 100 minutes. I listen to NPR to get “the other side” of the story. Interestingly, the more I listen, the funnier they sound. They try to sound so authoritative when, in reality they are a bunch of underpaid reporter wannabees. Some of them to get a nice travel perk, though.
Also, some of the in-depth stuff is unbearable. Then I listen to oldies.
But all this is when I’m not listening to the New Testament on an MP3 disk.
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