Chick-Fil-A was never talked about this much before a month ago.
It started with gay people with an agenda to try and shame the restaurant for the company's view on marriage, but now the counter-protestors are more vocal than the original protestors. I see all kinds of events on Facebook and the news where people are going to their local Chick-Fil-A en mass and buying their food, all as a means of showing solidarity. I mean, it seems like these gay rights groups kind of opened a can of worms...doesn't it?
It reminds me of when they finally got to put an amendment on the ballot in the liberal land of Cali to legalize gay marriage and the voters went against it. The gay rights activists were totally shocked because they thought if it was going to pass anywhere it would pass there.
What say you?
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Maybe but they like when things blow up in their face. ;)
Anyway, I think it's stupid. There are many companies that support gay marriage, and there isn't a huge movement against them. The owner of this company is against it, and suddenly he isn't allowed to open up chains in certain cities. That isn't hypocritical? That's the problem with political issues. "You better believe what I believe or you're an idiot." lol twats
Besides, I think as others may have pointed out, I think there is a difference between being against gay marriage and being anti gay.
Also, I've never eaten at Chick-Fil-A, but I might now. Not because I'm against gay marriage or anything (actually I don't care one way or another), but no matter what side of this issue they are on, everyone is saying they're good. "I don't care how good their food is. I'm not going to a place that believes that." or "I don't really care. I still like their food." lol Makes me think I've been missing out on something. As they say, all publicity is good publicity.1