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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Right And Wrong Season Both Sides Of Chick-fil-A Flap

Last week, I walked by an Atlanta Chick-fil-A crowded with customers. While some may have been regulars, others were likely there to show support for the socially conservative views of the restaurant chain’s founder. Good for them!

Though I vigorously disagree with Truett Cathy and his son Dan, who have contributed heavily to anti-gay causes, they have every right to their beliefs and to back them with their money. If they want to entangle their privately held company in controversy, they go forth in a great American tradition of free speech and free association.

For my part, I hold with the other side — those social progressives who have chosen not to do business with Chick-fil-A. The boycott, too, has a long and honorable place in the American civic tradition.

The Chick-fil-A showdown was sparked earlier this summer when Dan, the company’s president and chief operating officer, was interviewed on a conservative radio talk show. His comments, though inflammatory, were not unusual among ultra-conservative Christians, who confuse homophobia with piety.

“I think we are inviting God’s judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at Him and say, ‘We know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage.’ I pray God’s mercy on our generation that has such a prideful, arrogant attitude to think that we have the audacity to define what marriage is about,” he said.

The Cathys have long contributed to organizations that oppose full equality for gays and lesbians, including same-sex marriage, and this isn’t the first time their activism has brought sharp criticism. Liberal college students have been fighting campus Chick-fil-A locations for the past year.

But this time, the reproach from gay-rights supporters caught the attention of former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, a conservative Christian himself. Now a radio talk show host, he declared last Wednesday “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.” The battle was joined.

  • One side promotes their belief by being customers. The other side promotes their beliefs by threatening to impede expansion in their city, and defacing buildings. Which is the American way?

    The real issue is what impact gay marriage will have on what is percieved to be an institution that is important to our society, namely Family. One side won’t talk about that but prefers to batter people with the Book (even though the Book doesn’t 100% support their stance); and the other side claims civil rights (but society rightfully supresses civil rights for its good, just ask Jerry Sandusky). My personal opinion is that this may strengthen the institution of Family, and we may get agreement if both sides would quit being militant.

  • Tom_D44

    Wow Cynthia – we agree on the single most important point of your article:

    “I would point out, however, that local leaders such as Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel have gone too far in suggesting they would try to exclude new Chick-fil-A outposts from their cities. As long as the stores meet local zoning requirements, they have every legal right to open where they see fit. If Emanuel doesn’t like the company’s politics, he can boycott, as I do.”

    Cudos. And we agree on one other point as well – the right for all individuals to show their support, or not, by choosing whether or not to spend at a given business. Nicely done.

  • howa4x

    The root of the controversy is the real problem, that is that the bible was written by god. This is what drives the self rightous to commit acts of hatred throughout history not just at a bad food restaurant. If you think it out Abraham was the 1st one to accept a singular god,and you believe that god created Adam and Eve and they were the 1st people then why did this entity allow a couple of thousand years between A&E, and and Abe, and why were the other people allowed to worship pagan gods? How can this be possible when God oversees everything? Now if god gave the bible to Abe the other problem is he could read or write, since that came a few thousand years later. We are dealing with myths that don’t tie together, and add the fact that the bible was re written by monks in the King James reign. The real issue is that the Old testament was really a history book about the acient Israelis, and the new one is a history of Jesus’s time on earth. There is a few thousand years between the old testament and the new one’s appearance, so what happened in between? The evangelicals like to wave all that away and say the whole thing from creation till now took place in 35 thousand years and this is the basis of their religious veiw. Anyone with a working brain knows that is not true and that the 1st humanoid lived 3.5 million yrs ago and the dinosaurs lived maybe 100 million yrs ago but that’s ok.
    So how can you reason with people who believe in an invented document written by those in power at the time. It was built around hatred of anyone that didn’t believe, and the supression of rights especially womens. It was also used as a justification for the outright murder of millions of men women and children. So if they believe all that they aren’t going to listen!

    • If you can prove it was written by god, I’ll accept it. And I don’t mean by saying that the Bible says it was written by God. That’s not acceptable!

      • howa4x

        Most evangelicals say the bible was written by god not me

      • metrognome3830

        I think you misunderstood howa4x’s statement, Rudy.

    • The Old Testament was written by Jewish scholars and the New Testament was written by the Bishops of Nicocea under orders from Emperor Constantine. I consider the Bible a valuable ancient history document (s) that reflects not only the events that took place long ago, but the superstitions, strengths and weaknesses of our common ancestors. The Bible, like the Ten Commandments, do offer valuable spiritual an moral guidance and, therefore, must be respected. Unfortunately, the biggest violators of the teachings of Abraham, Jesus, Mohammad and all the other prophets are often the fundamentalists who consider themselves the true followers of the word of God. I realize this is all off topic, and probably inappropriate, so I will limit my diatribe to what I consider an example of the hypocrisy of those who feel entitled to impose their views on others: “Thou Shall Not Kill” is to them a Commandment worthy of being posted in every school and public place in the country, and yet, these are the same people who support the death penalty, war, and the right to carry lethal weapons designed to kill our fellow man. If somebody found the fine print or caveat that condones institutional or societal executions, please let me know, I have not been able to find it and I am running out of time….

      • howa4x

        Constantine even mixed in the worship of Mithra , the sun god that the Romans followed into early Christian teachings. Mithra had a glow around his head that was incorporated into early renderings of Jesus. Romans believed in eternal life after drinking the blood of the Bull that he slew, something that was also incorporated into Christian teachings about the Blood of Christ.
        I agree that the most religious are the most dangerous since they become intolerent of beliefs hels by others. Think of the wars between Catholics and Protestants that continued into modern times, or the Bosnian war that pitted Cathlolic Croates, against eastern orthodox serbs and the muslims. The followers of Allayh think of the Jewish Abraham, Issac, and Jacob as their paternal ancestors, yet they make every effoert to destroy each other. People reinvent religion to fit their needs. Modern evengelicals have no use for the poor,and believe in social Darwinsim but if you read what Jesus did his life was dedicated to alieveating the burden of the poor. You’re right when you say that no one follows the origional teachings of any profet. Slavery in this country was justified by a belief that the acients owned them so that must make it right contrany to every teaching of Jesus. Racism is practiced by the most devout god fearing, chruch going people. Need I say more!

    • Even if you don’t believe in God or the Bible-believe in anatomy-a man can’t get another man pregnant, a woman can’t get another woman pregnant-if being gay was right, they would be able to have babies together-a man and woman fit together like puzzle pieces,
      just because you love someone of the same sex-doesn’t mean you have to have sex with them. Also people don’t realize the diseases from anal sex-hepatitus-its an exit only-who wants to have a poopoo penis?

      • howa4x

        That was really funny. You are probably a sexually uptight person because 35% of hetrosexual couples engage in anal sex, maybe even some evangelicals. What does that make them? Before protection the ancients used to have sex that way since that was their form of contraception. Yes there are diseases if you are an unclean person or harbour one, but a sexually transmitted disease is also spread from vaginal intercourse. The Roman armies used to encourage that the soldiers become lovers since it was thought that you would die to protect your lover but maybe not for a general, so none of this is new. Ancient Greeks did it too and it was said Socrates had many a young man.
        The prohibition came with the rise of the Judeo-Christian religions, but that dosen’t mean people stopped, and it had more to do with making more babies so that the religion grows than health reasons.
        The reality is millions of people are gay Americans. Now you can treat them like the good Christians of the south and keep them out of restaurants or you can practice toleration, something that very religious people historically don’t do, even though Jesus preached it. In Blue states this is no big deal and even Iowa allowed gay marraige, so I guess that makes them a purple state. Only the red states go off the edge on this, but they also go over the edge on contraception too.I don’t know why there is this obcession with sex?

        We will probably end up like pre 1960’s America. Red states will ge governed by religious zealots and become very restrictive to peoples rights, especially women’s reproductive ones and minorites. Blue states will be more open and be governed by a live and let live philosophy sort of what they are now. Blue states are also the melting pot of the country. Sometime go to NYC and see all the different ethnic and religious groups. Bank of America is concerned about the anti gay tilt of south Carolina their coroporate home. They think future talent will stay away from moving ther., Another problem is the youth. My kids area all in thier 20’s and even the kids raised by republicans in blue states, don’t see the big issue with gays. They grew up with gay kids and minorites and don’t get what the fuss is about. Only the older whites who think they are religious see it as a threat, but then again they also see science as a threat too, and don’t believe in climate change either. So where do you think the future intelligent person is going to locate and maybe even develop a start up and create jobs, the restrictive red state or the open blue one? The reshaping of the economic map will tell the tale.

      • JackieAllen

        Linda—-We have known for a long time now, that homosexuality is “part of
        the human condition” and not some curse on the earth. You have a basic
        misunderstanding of the fundamental knowledge regarding human sexuality,
        etc. Staying in the darkness of ignorance is astonishing to me. Ignorance
        spreads ignorance as surely as does your notion of disease.

  • weary7

    As stated 35,000 years and we haven’t learned the true basis of life. Love your neighbor as thyself. Jesus never picked out people with a different understanding. God must be wondering why he bothered after all these years of no change. God gave us a brain to think things through, but not to be so unkind. When one individual thinks he better than than all others, is he thinking he’s God. Its so simple just learn to love each other and there would be no wars. Why is are wars fought in the name of god. Wake up!!!!

  • HJB

    The Chick-fil-A is just one of many incidents that shows the fragmented and hateful society that we have become. We all have become a self-righteous society who obeys no one especially God, our creator. I have all rights to destroy any and everyone who disagrees with me. I’m always right to kill who I choose but no one ever has the right to kill me. With this mind set, our society will never extend to children and grand children. The recent mass murders will continue to more and more rapidly. We will become extent just like the vicious Babylonians.

    But when Jesus Christ returns for us believers, he will destroy this sinful world with fire. The devil, the anti-christ, false prophets, and non-believers will be placed in the lake of fire–hell. And we believers will live forever on a new earth and a new heaven with Christ and God with no sin.

  • I have no problem with anyone supporting or disagreeing with anyone’s view. I don’t happen to agree with what Mr . Cathy had to say, but I firmly believe in his right to express his opinion without fear of reprisal from any government entity. When the mayors of 3 large cities made threats to not allow Chik- fil-a to conduct business in their cities, I heard Fascism rearing its’ ugly head. I never eat at Chil-fil-a because I don’t particulary enjoy ytheir food, but I went and supported them last Wednesday, not for what Mr. Cathy said, but rather to support his right to day it without government repercussions. I also believe the gay marriage supporters had every right to protest the stores. The interesting thing about the support movement was that it supported the individual franchise owners than the corporation.
    Pathetically, Mayor Emanuel said Mr Cathy did not express CHicago values just before he embraced Louis Farakhan, an outspoken anti-semite, and then had to beg the gang members not to murder children. If those are the Chicago values, allowing murders and anti semitism, maybe Mr Cathy might not want to help out the unemployment situation in Chicago and go someplace that reflects American values.

  • ObozoMustGo

    A reasonable article, with the exception of calling those that support traditional marriage “bigots”. Clearly a leftist freak leap of faith. But all told, not bad. You don’t have to like what someone says to support their right to say it. For when the political winds shift, as they inevitably do, your rights to speech are the next to be taken.

    Have a nice day!

    “Socialism is a philosophy of failure,
    the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy,
    its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery..”
    — Winston Churchill

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    • metrognome3830

      I didn’t see the part about supporters of traditional marriage being bigots. There was a comment about merchants who barred would-be patrons solely based on the color of their skin as bigots and I think that is the right definition. Otherwise, I have to agree with the article and, with you, believe it or not. It is reverse discrimination to try and ban a business because of the owner’s viewpoint. This is a situation that calls for those on both sides to vote with their wallets. If you agree with Mr. Cathy, eat “chikin” until you start to grow feathers. If not, go elsewhere. I have never eaten at Chick-Fil-A, but not because of the owner’s viewpoint on gay marriage. I just don’t like most fast food establishments.

      • ObozoMustGo

        You missed it Metro…. Here it is in quotes from page 2, right in the middle.

        >”As the Chick-fil-A controversy has raged on, some conservatives have complained that equal-rights advocates are trying to strip the Cathys of their free speech rights. That’s just nonsense. The First Amendment gives them every right to their bigotry.”<

        And you should try Chick-Fil-A. Get the chicken strips. They are slamming good. So are the waffle fries, but I rarely eat french fries of any stripe any more.

        I'm out for the night. running late. Good night my friend.

        Have a nice evening!

        • metrognome3830

          Yep, you’re right, I missed that line. Or just plain forgot I read it.

          Well, I’ll just have to try those chicken strips. But that doesn’t mean I’m against gay marriage (except for myself, of course).

          Get going and get little OMG to hockey! Have fun!

          • ObozoMustGo

            Thanks Metro. Actually it was just practice last night. I usually only watch the last 20 minutes. Before that, it’s just all skating and with 2 boys before him, I’ve seen what I estimate to be about 1500 – 2000 practices. I can’t sit for long anymore. I’d rather BS with others or drink a beer in parking lot with other dads (and some moms) if available. [yes, we do tailgate the occasional squirt hockey practice – pathetic, I know, but it is what it is] 🙂

            Hope you are well, Metro.

            Have a great day!

            “A free people ought not only be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.” – George Washington

          • metrognome3830

            There is that word again. Our forefathers kept using it and we keep dismissing it. “Disciplined.” By previous comments, OMG, you have established that there are tens of thousands of arms with corresponding ammunition, out there. What is sorely lacking in many cases, is . . . Discipline. When some nutjob gets discharged from the military and declared ineligible for re-induction, there should be some concern. And when he is, apparently, known as a racist skinhead that has a band that performs music promoting the annihalation of all but white people (writes the lyrics and performs and produces CDs, albeit with limited distribution) there should be some way to get somebody’s attention and say “I don’t think this guy should have access to weapons.” And apparently, on top of that the poor ignorant slob can’t make a distinction between a Muslim and a Sikh. And there are more like him out there and they are armed. Legally. Even if I decided to go to war against a runaway government, I don’t want these idiots on my side. If they didn’t shoot themselves, they would probably shoot me. And that’s my rant for today.

            By the way, I remember those youth sports programs well. My boys participated in every sport that came along. Well, they did skip soccer. I remember it fondly and so will you.

            Have a great day!

          • ObozoMustGo

            Metro… interesting how you bring up the following:

            >”when he is, apparently, known as a racist skinhead that has a band that performs music promoting the annihalation of all but white people (writes the lyrics and performs and produces CDs, albeit with limited distribution) there should be some way to get somebody’s attention and say “I don’t think this guy should have access to weapons.””<

            That is EXACTLY the concern that many of us have with the Muslim Brotherhood, of which the members are apparently regular guests of the Obozo Regime in the WH, and have quite a number of interactions throughout DoD and Dept of State. Obozo has even appointed them to positions with Homeland Security. There are literally thousands upon thousands of writings and direct quotations from them and their spinoff affiliates, like Al Qaeda, claiming their goal to attack the west and kill the infadels. Are they just kidding? Do you think we should just say "oh, those silly Arabs, they're so funny?" Maybe we should ignore them, but certainly crack down on all vets we may think are having evil thoughts or listen to music we don't like. Better to get them for possible future crimes, right? Just ignore those silly Arabs that want to kill us, and do so nearly every day. They're just kidding.

            Have a great evening, my friend!

            Thomas Jefferson: "When the Government fears the people, there is Liberty."

          • metrognome3830

            No, you misunderstand my position. I don’t think they should have weapons either. But not all Muslims and all Arabs our out to “kill the infidel.” What’s also interesting, OMG, is that many of those Islamists and Saudi Arabians (aren’t Saudis supposed to be our friends? Oops, nineteen of them were in on the 9/11 attack) attained much of their weaponry and training from the US back when Bin Laden was our friend. We seem to have a penchant for arming our future enemies. But, one thing is for sure. Sikhs are not Islamists. They are not now nor have they ever been our enemy. Although, if we let ignoramuses like this keep attacking their religious services, they probably could become our enemies. So maybe we should be arming and training Sikhs now so that if they turn on us they will be prepared. I’m pretty sure you don’t want to just have open season on anyone wearing a turban or a bhurka. So just how can you in any way defend what this guy and others like him propose. I suppose, in a sort of twisted way, that ties in with your Jeffersonian quote. If we get enough of these people, the government will probably fear them. And so will all the rest of us. BTW, I have a Son-In-Law who was a Sikh in his younger days. You will not find a more peace-loving man anywhere. The rumors of the Muslim Brotherhood running through the halls of Congress and preparing to take over the country, is a hallucination of Michelle Bachmann and Allen West and a couple more idiots on the right fringe.

            Have a nice day!

          • ObozoMustGo

            Hey Metro… I said nothing of anyone who is a Sikh. I have nothing against anyone who is peaceful, regardless what their religion is. No one ever said they were Muslims, except the idiots who would harm people because of their skin color or religion. Like any American, they are free to keep and bear arms to defend themselves against animals like that freak skinhead. Too bad nobody was armed and turned on him unexpectedly to blow his brains out BEFORE he killed so many.

            And I don’t paint the all Muslims with a broad brush, just the one’s who are members of the radical organizations, all of which are affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood. Metro, I challenge you to read Bachmann’s original letter to the 5 heads of agencies and then read her footnoted and referenced 16 page response to Keith Ellison’s lies and distortions about her original letter. Don’t believe what you hear on MSLSD. Go read it for yourself. There is no hallucination in speaking the truth about the 800 lb gorilla in the room. If you really want to know about the Muslim Brotherhood, their origins and their ideology, and their goals, you can educate yourslef about the truth by reading any number of books on them. Or you can go to jihadwatch dot org. They are NOT good people with good intentions, my friend. You cannot ignore their own words and threats.

            Have great day, Metro!

            Thomas Jefferson: “When the Government fears the people, there is Liberty.”

          • metrognome3830

            BTW, OMG, I was wondering why you never quote that other famous Republican, Abraham Lincoln. Is it because he sounds more like a Democrat these days?

            “Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.” – Abraham Lincoln

            I’m sure you have an answer, you always do.

            Have a great day!

          • ObozoMustGo

            Metro… that “labor is prior to capital” is self-evident. Without a human to even stand up, capital is nonexistent, correct? However, once enterprise is engaged in, the only reason anyone does labor is for the exchange to gain their own capital (read compensation). Correct? Therefore, both are indespensible. One cannot exist without the other.

            Hence, using the quote as some means, though implied, to justify the primacy of labor over providers of capital (read business owners), is actually a false narrative and misinterpretation of the quote. And certainly, my friend, I can assure you, that Lincoln was as far from being a DemoncRAT as I am, perhaps more so because his mind was far superior to even mine!

            Have a great day, my friend!

            “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” – Abraham Lincoln

          • metrognome3830

            I knew you would have an answer. I’m not convinced you are entirely right, but then, as you know, I’m never sure a Republican is entirely right. I’m not even sure a Democrat is entirely right! But if you quote me on that, I will deny it. At least you will concede that Labor and Capital are necessary. You did, didn’t you?

            As for Lincoln being far from being a Democrat, if you consider the history of the two parties, and I’m sure you have, there has been somewhat of a change in both parties since the days of Lincoln. But, yes, Lincoln was far from being a Democrat because Democrats of the time were closer to being Republicans of present times.

            BTW, I agree completely with YOUR Lincoln quote as well.

            Have a great day, OMG!

            p.s. Don’t downplay your mind. I think it’s quite good.

          • ObozoMustGo

            Your secret is safe with me, Metro. I won’t tell. All 4 factors of production are needed: Labor, Capital, Land, and Entrepreneur. Cant have business without them.

            You assertions that the parties have switched is DEAD WRONG though, my friend. The DemocRATS have forever been the party of slavery, the party of segregation, the party of Jim Crow laws, the party against Civil Rights Act, the party that blocked shcool buiding entrances, the party of abortion (look up Margaret Sanger and why she founded Planned Parenthood my friend – you will puke), and now the party of the Uncle Sam’s plantation of generational dependency and social decay of black Americans these days. Your party sells you on the “compassion” lie, while stealing from you and everyone else to perpetuate and grow their own control over the whole of America. It is a LIE! Anyone that believes charity is best performed by government and then forces me to outsource my charitable giving to politicians and bureaucrats at the threat of jail has clearly bought the wrong sales pitch. You may want to reconsider this statement, Metro.

            And I will assert that the DemocRATS of today have more in common with Fidel Castro than they do with Abe Lincoln, or George Washington. Look at the control over the party by the most radical and socialist leaning people ever. The Dems used to be “the party of the working man”. Metro, today, they are the party of the NON-WORKING man. The party of sloth. The party of the government handout. The party of anti-success. The party of class warfare and envy and jealousy. The party of welfare without work. The party of foodstamps. They are NOT the old Democrats you once knew. You need to recognize this and kick the habit, my friend. I can help you through this. I am here to help! 🙂

            Thanks for the compliment, Metro! You’re a gracious and wonderful person.

            Have a great night!

            “Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable – a most sacred right – a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.” – Abraham Lincoln

    • awakenaustin

      Maybe you can offer some proof this a quote from Churchill. Maybe a source? I think it is more right-wing equine excrement.

      • ObozoMustGo

        source: Winston Churchill…………… MORON!!!

        “By rendering the labor of one, the property of the other, they cherish pride, luxury, and vanity on one side; on the other, vice and servility, or hatred and revolt.” – James Madison

        • awakenaustin

          I know you say Churchill said it but where and when? What book or what speech? I didn’t ask to whom you attributed it? I asked about the source from whence you gleaned this quote. Primary source Mr. Scholar or the attribution is in doubt. Insult me as you wish, you are still a dispenser of untruths and half-truths.

          For the enlightenment of all maybe you could explain the Madison quote. Amaze us with your brilliance.

          • ObozoMustGo

            Google the quote, MORON!

          • awakenaustin

            I know what it means. You are the one who doesn’t know what it means. Which, of course, is proven by your refusal or should I say, inability, to proclaim its meaning.
            I haven’t missed the fact that you don’t have a source of the purported Churchill quote to establish its authenticity.

            Do you always resort to insults when you become frustrated with your own limitations? Counseling might help.

            Oh, by the way, I am having a great day.

  • Another thing to think about-if we allow gays to marry-then we have to let polygamist marry, people will want to marry animals (don’t laugh-they are trying to have sex with them already).
    This world is going to hell and i’m glad I’ll be in Heaven. What is wrong about having morals and values, and belief in a child needing a family with a mom and dad. I would be embaressed if my parents were gay and I’m tired of gays using their children for propaganda. Gays always ruin it for themselves when they make out in front of people to prove a point-I don’t want to see anyone doing that in public, get a room.

    • darkagesbegin

      If you think you are going to heaven because you are opposed to gay marriage and to people being gay, Jesus might have something to say to you when you get to the pearly gates. Like, “there is no room in Heaven for hate.”

  • grammyjill

    I have been married to the same great guy for 26 years so far. I do not see how my gay friend finding someone she wants to be happy with and getting married could in any way affect my marriage. And as for the whole children factor, I have seen gay friends with children. Very well cared for children. We have alot of children that need families.

    • ObozoMustGo

      Gammy… would you be willing to trade abortion for “gay marriage”?

      Interesting question…….

      Have a nice day!

      • awakenaustin

        This comment is just ignorant, not to mention nonsensical.

    • JackieAllen

      Years ago, I was an elementary school counslor in a small elementary school near the Texas hill country. It was parents night, and I was introduced to Manuel’s
      parents. Manuel was of mixed race; a perfectly wonderful little boy, happy and
      well adjusted. I discovered that night that Manuel had two mommies. His birth
      mother had been white and his other mother was black. His mommies never came
      to school together, but they were both invited, by Manuel to attend counselor
      class. I don’t know where that dear little boy is now, but I seriously doubt that he is
      anything but a productive citizen, judging from the loving care he recieved from
      his parents. Religion is and always has been the greatest source of ignorance and
      intolerance in the history of man. Man’s inhumanity to man in the name of
      religion colors every page of written history. The Chicken man and his followers
      represent the witch burners of tomorrow. This kind of fanaticism should be of
      grave concern to all thinking people.

  • onedonewong

    Chick Fil a wants to thank all the sexual deviants for their boycott. Business last week set all time records for profits allow them to further fund anti deviant legislation!!!!

    • ObozoMustGo

      one… in honor of your astute observation, I post this pic.

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      Have a nice day!

      America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. – Abraham Lincoln

      • onedonewong

        I agree with Lincoln the moral degenerates are destroying this country, from eliminating 1,000,000 babies a year, quota hiring, forcing deviant education in our schools. Our society as a whole is far less successful than its ever been because of this

      • awakenaustin

        Misattributed and not a Lincoln quote. Did someone send you a book of bogus quotes? Or, did you just find these all on your own.

    • JackieAllen

      Yes, and all of the Christian deviants lined the pocket of a very rich man who is
      probably laughing his head off.

      • onedonewong

        No such animal, by defination all deviants are Democrats

        • ObozoMustGo

          One…. truer words have yet to be spoken!

          bwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahahhahaha!!!!!

          Have a great day!

  • grammyjill

    Jackie, THANK YOU!! Someone else that understands.

  • I too believe that we ought not to try to reinvent marriage it is arrogant to think we know better than the creator,about marriage the word homophobia is a newly invented word to help justify a social evil that not long ago was against the law of God and man homosexaulity,its acceptance has given the world aids,and many yet undiscovered illnesses ,this is a spiritual battle and homophobia is really Godaphobia which is a healthy fear because God made us and not we ourselves.He knows our bodies and our minds so submission is a smart move not rebellion and arrogance.