This writer seems to have decided the intentions and motives of every Chick-Fil-A patron on Wednesday, passed judgment on them, and condemned them all in this post. Shame on him. Judge not, let ye be judged. Guess he forgot that little tidbit from his Bible.
Covers what I was thinking as well. There is no doubt that many Christians went to Chick-fil-A on Wednesday. But there are just as many people that are fed up with the tactics of the left - intimidation, threats, violence etc. People don't like bullies, no matter what politics or religion they profess. Even the average Democrat would wince at the video of the CFO berating the Chick-Fil-A employee. We can disagree without being an angry jerk.
The left took an innocuous interview from an obscure Christian publication and attempted to create a wedge issue to excite the left, especially the radical rainbow types. It backfired on them big time. Many Americans are rather indifferent about homosexuality. But they are growing increasingly weary of being labeled bigots or homophobes if they balk at having the left's homosexual/immoral agenda shoved down their throats, and forced on their children.
Now that the left had an epic fail on Wednesday, the new tactic (Alinsky would be proud) is judgement. I have seen this caption, or a variation, posted multiple times by my lefty friends on social media:
You'd never see that many Christians lined up to help at a Food Bank or Shelter. And that was something Jesus actually said to do.
I love how people who would never be caught dead reading a Bible, attending Church or praying, are now suddenly qualified to judge on matters of faith, Love, or the Word. I guess it should be no surprise. Satan condemns folks and misquotes scripture too.
Besides, with this roaring Obama economy there shouldn't be any homeless or hungry right?
I was so angry when I saw that picture with that hateful judgement, I couldn’t help but think about how Christians never help with food banks or homeless shelters...
I had no trouble finding recent articles about churches and their volunteers supporting homeless shelters and foodbanks. Strangely enough, I saw NO examples of any gay or lesbian organizations doing the same.