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2012-08-01 01:23:04 AM

Funk Brothers: Hey I know you folks don't like Chick-fil-a, but this will get your blood boiling...

moot of 4chan is a big fan of Chick-fil-a. He has admitted on the boards that he enjoys going to Chick-fil-a a lot.



We're not arguing whether the food is delicious. We're saying the CEO should not be saying stupid things in public. Regardless of one's position on the underlying issue, having the CEO harping over it cannot possibly do anything but hurt business, which is generally a poor business decision. Companies have PR departments for a reason.
 
2012-08-01 01:50:04 AM
WHY IS A FAST FOOD JOINT CARING WHERE I PUT MY PENIS

SHUT UP AND MAKE MY DAMN FOOD

RESTAURANTS DON'T ALTER MY SEXUAL URGES NOR ASSURE AFTERLIFE PLEASANTRIES
 
2012-08-01 02:39:31 AM

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business.


Of course he can. And we are free to boycott his restaurants if we want. Isn't it great to live in a country where everyone is free to express themselves?
 
2012-08-01 03:32:36 AM
Apparently we're free to go off half-cocked on the slightest media whim as well.
Bravo America.
I would hate to think anyone cared about facts or truth anymore.

/Don't care about the restaurant.
//Don't have 'em here.
 
2012-08-01 03:51:59 AM

Alt ZZTop: And shiat-fil-a food smells like donkey butt. I've never bought the crap and will never buy the crap. I don't eat crap.


Ahh, but do you stick your dick in it? ;)
 
2012-08-01 04:01:26 AM
Being gay will lead to sex with animals but killing animals to eat for money is our business model. Deal with it.
 
2012-08-01 04:43:09 AM

Rapmaster2000: torr5962: The funny thing is Barack Obama had the exact same stand on gay marriage as Chick-Fil-A when he was running in Illinois. So maybe this Cathy guy should just say he's "evolved" from his marriage stance and all of this will go away.

This means Ronald McDonald is president and Barack Obama has to have sex with fat Wendy on the jumbotron at Talladega.


Wow.

Wendy Thomas is fat. I had no idea.

Stands to reason, though.
 
2012-08-01 05:22:53 AM

COMALite J: (Note: Bathsheeba was Solomon's mother. Had David not committed this sin, neither Solomon nor any other of the post-David Kings of United Israel or Judah would ever have existed, and neither would [at least according to Matthew] the line leading to Joseph the Carpenter, [allegedly step-]father of Jesus of Nazareth! But I digress....)


was wondering when someone would mention that Joseph the step father was the product (albeit generations later) of adultery.
surprised they released that statement regarding the books being put into the meals. I have read a few of the books when we have been sitting in waiting rooms at the kid's doctor and although the books do tend to follow the right wing family values I never really noticed too many religious overtones. I would have thought they would have thrown the Archie comics into the meals. I remember seeing those comics in school years ago before ever learning about separation of church and state and never gave it a second thought. just thought it was another comic book.

/and while we are mentioning multiple wives and following biblical principles, what about what Lot's daughters did to him?
 
2012-08-01 06:07:59 AM

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business. I'm not going to stop eating spicy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries with lemonade because I don't agree with his politics.


True, no matter who one does business with, it's likely that there's someone in the higher-ups who have a belief that one doesn't agree with.

www.belch.com

lolvirgin.com
 
2012-08-01 07:02:40 AM

Rapmaster2000: hubmacfan: Can someone explain why people are so shocked that a company that is run by very open-about-it Christians made some anti-gay remarks.

They probably should have kept their mouth shut, but it's not like you couldn't guess their position anyway.

There's a woman in my office that "can't" eat Chinese because of all the MSG, but she shoves Chick-Fil-A in her gullet on the regular. People can't be bothered to know jack about the products they like.

Urban Outfitters sells Obama shirts to suburban hipsters and is run by Rick Santorum's buddy, and Forever 21 sells skankwear and they're run by Jesus freaks. I doubt the people who shop at both have a clue where their money goes.

I used to avoid Domino's Pizza. Not for all the abortion stuff, but because Domino's Pizza tastes like Domino's Pizza.


MSG causes migranes in some people. if my mother in law eats chinese w/ msg, she's down at least 4 hours.
CFA has no MSG, so apples/oranges on that comparison.
 
2012-08-01 07:08:03 AM
I wonder if Rush Limbaugh is going through withdrawls with all you morons pouncing on everything this chicken place is doing instead of pouncing on him.

/ im sure it will work just as well as your "boycott" on Rush worked.
 
2012-08-01 07:43:19 AM

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business. I'm not going to stop eating spicy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries with lemonade because I don't agree with his politics.

True, no matter who one does business with, it's likely that there's someone in the higher-ups who have a belief that one doesn't agree with.

[www.belch.com image 425x237]

[lolvirgin.com image 450x450]


I'm just kind of disappointing that Willy Wonka doesn't understand fungible commodities and where the US gets most of its oil.
 
2012-08-01 08:06:27 AM

Kuroshin: downpaymentblues: Kuroshin: downpaymentblues: Every time I see someone defending their anti-gay stance as "we support the biblical definition of marriage", I cringe.

Do they think none of us have read the Bible?

They haven't, so they assume we haven't either.

I'd just like to see them called on it one time. The Bible is chock full of some really disgusting views on "marriage".

Politics Tab. Happens all the time.


Doesn't count unless they're called on to their face.
 
2012-08-01 08:17:03 AM

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Goddammit...I clicked...
 
2012-08-01 08:18:04 AM

WTP 2: I DON'T CARE

if to get food (or anything) we had to agree with everyone in a company there would be mighty slim pickings in the country let alone the world.Or does anyone think that by purchasing said items you are voting for their beliefs?


Chick-fil-a routinely donates profits to the American Family Association, a known hate group. So yes, purchasing from them would violate my beliefs.
 
2012-08-01 08:39:29 AM

HMS_Blinkin: WTP 2: I DON'T CARE

if to get food (or anything) we had to agree with everyone in a company there would be mighty slim pickings in the country let alone the world.Or does anyone think that by purchasing said items you are voting for their beliefs?

Chick-fil-a routinely donates profits to the American Family Association, a known hate group. So yes, purchasing from them would violate my beliefs.


Do you have a link that shows that their money goes there and how much? I genuinely want to know. As I stated earlier in the thread, I've had a hard time finding the "$8 million" going to "hate groups". So far I found about $1000 a year going to Family Research Council and that's it (not great but not a large amount). The rest go to groups that are not considered hate groups by the SPLC.
 
2012-08-01 08:50:01 AM

I sound fat: I wonder if Rush Limbaugh is going through withdrawls with all you morons pouncing on everything this chicken place is doing instead of pouncing on him.

/ im sure it will work just as well as your "boycott" on Rush worked.


He has young Dominican boys to pounce on him, so he will be fine.
 
2012-08-01 09:07:13 AM

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business. I'm not going to stop eating spicy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries with lemonade because I don't agree with his politics.

True, no matter who one does business with, it's likely that there's someone in the higher-ups who have a belief that one doesn't agree with.

[www.belch.com image 425x237]

[lolvirgin.com image 450x450]


So, your argument is that "well, they treat them worse? so by Chick fil-A." Plus there the fact most of the US oil doesn't come from OPEC. Oh wait nevermind, thinking and reasoning are two things that the christian conservative believes in.
 
2012-08-01 09:07:34 AM

Wolf_Blitzer: KingVJ: potterydove: KingVJ: hubmacfan: Can someone explain why people are so shocked that a company that is run by very open-about-it Christians made some anti-gay remarks.

They probably should have kept their mouth shut, but it's not like you couldn't guess their position anyway.

Well he didn't make 'anti-gay' remarks.

http://www.brnow.org/News/July-2012/% E2%80%98Guilty-as-charged,%E2%80 % 99-Dan-Cathy-says-of-Chick-fil-A

rta.

He supports family

According to hate groups like the ACLU, being pro-family is being anti-gay.

Between You, Me, & everyone who can read this. Someone is misguided. (WRONG).

That's the 2nd time the ACLU has come up today & it is upsetting me.

Oh look, the Bigotry Brigade showed up.


YES, if actually reading what the man said is Bigotry, then I'm a bigot. BUT I won't twist someone's word & add stuff that wasn't there to make the news media.

BTW How am I being a bigot for posting the interview?
 
2012-08-01 09:18:55 AM

KingVJ: YES, if actually reading what the man said is Bigotry, then I'm a bigot. BUT I won't twist someone's word & add stuff that wasn't there to make the news media.


How is his "pro-family" stance harmed by gay marriage? If you can give me a viable reason for this, I might let you off the hook, but otherwise, both you and he are bigots for excluding gay couples from your definition of family.
 
2012-08-01 09:33:44 AM
The Palin is saying that the Chick CEO is being crucified for expressing his free speech... It goes both ways, open your mouth there is always the possibility you're going to get something back. If you don't have something nice to say then don't say anything at all (unless you have the balls to own up).
 
2012-08-01 09:50:47 AM
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2012-08-01 09:51:14 AM

IlGreven: KingVJ: YES, if actually reading what the man said is Bigotry, then I'm a bigot. BUT I won't twist someone's word & add stuff that wasn't there to make the news media.

How is his "pro-family" stance harmed by gay marriage? If you can give me a viable reason for this, I might let you off the hook, but otherwise, both you and he are bigots for excluding gay couples from your definition of family.


I don't know how it is harmed, but I'm Pro-Family as in that I know that family is near & dear to me & some day I want my own.

On the flip side how does being "pro family" may you Anti-Gay?
 
2012-08-01 09:51:36 AM

mesmer242: Do you have a link that shows that their money goes there and how much? I genuinely want to know. As I stated earlier in the thread, I've had a hard time finding the "$8 million" going to "hate groups". So far I found about $1000 a year going to Family Research Council and that's it (not great but not a large amount). The rest go to groups that are not considered hate groups by the SPLC.


I don't believe people are using "hate group" to mean "only hate groups defined by the SPLC." They are using that term because groups like AFA and Exodus International are bigots and promote bigoted views.
 
2012-08-01 10:00:35 AM

Parthenogenetic: Meh, I don't miss Chik-Fil-A. Not when Wendy's still sells its spicy chicken sandwich.

And I would do unholy, albeit heterosexual, things to their spokesgirl

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Absolutely, positively, THIS. And about the girl, yeah, that too.

Dublin, OH, home of Wendy's, just got its first stand-alone Chick-Fil-A this year. Was a big line at the drive-thru for the first week or so, now looks like it has the same traffic as every other fast food joint in the area. The mall, of course, has had one for years.
 
2012-08-01 10:01:07 AM

KingVJ: IlGreven: KingVJ: YES, if actually reading what the man said is Bigotry, then I'm a bigot. BUT I won't twist someone's word & add stuff that wasn't there to make the news media.

How is his "pro-family" stance harmed by gay marriage? If you can give me a viable reason for this, I might let you off the hook, but otherwise, both you and he are bigots for excluding gay couples from your definition of family.

I don't know how it is harmed, but I'm Pro-Family as in that I know that family is near & dear to me & some day I want my own.

On the flip side how does being "pro family" may you Anti-Gay?


The problem is many organizations, like those chick-fil-a donated to, use the term 'pro-family' to exclude same sex couples. If you are truly profamily you should support them regardless of the race or sexual orientation of the family members. Since chick-fil-a doesn't support same sex marriage, and doesn't consider their partnership a family, they aren't really "profamily" they are antigay.
 
2012-08-01 10:12:29 AM

Carth: KingVJ: IlGreven: KingVJ: YES, if actually reading what the man said is Bigotry, then I'm a bigot. BUT I won't twist someone's word & add stuff that wasn't there to make the news media.

How is his "pro-family" stance harmed by gay marriage? If you can give me a viable reason for this, I might let you off the hook, but otherwise, both you and he are bigots for excluding gay couples from your definition of family.

I don't know how it is harmed, but I'm Pro-Family as in that I know that family is near & dear to me & some day I want my own.

On the flip side how does being "pro family" may you Anti-Gay?

The problem is many organizations, like those chick-fil-a donated to, use the term 'pro-family' to exclude same sex couples. If you are truly profamily you should support them regardless of the race or sexual orientation of the family members. Since chick-fil-a doesn't support same sex marriage, and doesn't consider their partnership a family, they aren't really "profamily" they are antigay.


I guess it depends on your definition of Pro-Family, Pro-Gay, Anti-Family, & Anti-Gay.

I guess every person that doesn't have kids is Anti-Kids, right?
People in a homosexual relationship are Anti-Hetrosexual right?
People who drive cards are Anti-Bikes, right?
People who eat oatmeal are Anti-Grits, right?

I just read the article (again) & there wasn't anything about homosexual in their.
 
2012-08-01 10:13:06 AM
Bears Repeating!
Chick-Fil-A and Proverbs 25:21

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JprRWKQys7A

Link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JprRWKQys7A

Link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JprRWKQys7A

Link
 
2012-08-01 10:14:21 AM

odinsposse: mesmer242: Do you have a link that shows that their money goes there and how much? I genuinely want to know. As I stated earlier in the thread, I've had a hard time finding the "$8 million" going to "hate groups". So far I found about $1000 a year going to Family Research Council and that's it (not great but not a large amount). The rest go to groups that are not considered hate groups by the SPLC.

I don't believe people are using "hate group" to mean "only hate groups defined by the SPLC." They are using that term because groups like AFA and Exodus International are bigots and promote bigoted views.


See, I do have a problem with that then. The SPLC researches before labeling, and I trust them far more than a bunch of outraged people on the internet. "Hate group" is a very heavy term that should be used carefully or we will all suffer.
 
2012-08-01 10:19:11 AM

odinsposse: I don't believe people are using "hate group" to mean "only hate groups defined by the SPLC." They are using that term because groups like AFA and Exodus International are bigots and promote bigoted views.


This.
 
2012-08-01 10:20:39 AM

KingVJ: Carth: KingVJ: IlGreven: KingVJ: YES, if actually reading what the man said is Bigotry, then I'm a bigot. BUT I won't twist someone's word & add stuff that wasn't there to make the news media.

How is his "pro-family" stance harmed by gay marriage? If you can give me a viable reason for this, I might let you off the hook, but otherwise, both you and he are bigots for excluding gay couples from your definition of family.

I don't know how it is harmed, but I'm Pro-Family as in that I know that family is near & dear to me & some day I want my own.

On the flip side how does being "pro family" may you Anti-Gay?

The problem is many organizations, like those chick-fil-a donated to, use the term 'pro-family' to exclude same sex couples. If you are truly profamily you should support them regardless of the race or sexual orientation of the family members. Since chick-fil-a doesn't support same sex marriage, and doesn't consider their partnership a family, they aren't really "profamily" they are antigay.

I guess it depends on your definition of Pro-Family, Pro-Gay, Anti-Family, & Anti-Gay.

I guess every person that doesn't have kids is Anti-Kids, right?
People in a homosexual relationship are Anti-Hetrosexual right?
People who drive cards are Anti-Bikes, right?
People who eat oatmeal are Anti-Grits, right?

I just read the article (again) & there wasn't anything about homosexual in their.



The issue here is that Ckick-fil-A donates to groups who actively work against gay marriage. Sometimes these groups call themselves pro-family. The terminology really has no importance so arguing about it is pointless.
 
2012-08-01 10:32:06 AM

KingVJ: Carth: KingVJ: IlGreven: KingVJ: YES, if actually reading what the man said is Bigotry, then I'm a bigot. BUT I won't twist someone's word & add stuff that wasn't there to make the news media.

How is his "pro-family" stance harmed by gay marriage? If you can give me a viable reason for this, I might let you off the hook, but otherwise, both you and he are bigots for excluding gay couples from your definition of family.

I don't know how it is harmed, but I'm Pro-Family as in that I know that family is near & dear to me & some day I want my own.

On the flip side how does being "pro family" may you Anti-Gay?

The problem is many organizations, like those chick-fil-a donated to, use the term 'pro-family' to exclude same sex couples. If you are truly profamily you should support them regardless of the race or sexual orientation of the family members. Since chick-fil-a doesn't support same sex marriage, and doesn't consider their partnership a family, they aren't really "profamily" they are antigay.

I guess it depends on your definition of Pro-Family, Pro-Gay, Anti-Family, & Anti-Gay.

I guess every person that doesn't have kids is Anti-Kids, right?
People in a homosexual relationship are Anti-Hetrosexual right?
People who drive cards are Anti-Bikes, right?
People who eat oatmeal are Anti-Grits, right?

I just read the article (again) & there wasn't anything about homosexual in their.


If people don't have kids that's fine. If people actively lobby to make having kids illegal that would indeed make them anti-kids. Just like if you don't want to marry someone the same sex as you that is fine. If you donate to causes to make it illegal that makes you anti-same sex marriage. The rest of your counter examples are fallacious in the same manner.

The fact Chilk-Fil-A donates part of its profits to groups working to deny rights to certain Americans is enough for some people to stop eating there. It obviously isn't for you.
 
2012-08-01 10:34:22 AM

mesmer242: See, I do have a problem with that then. The SPLC researches before labeling, and I trust them far more than a bunch of outraged people on the internet. "Hate group" is a very heavy term that should be used carefully or we will all suffer.


I don't see how. "Hate group" isn't a legal or even very specific term. SPLC and some other groups use it in a specific way but nobody else seems to. Some guy upthread called the ACLU a hate group, presumably because he is disgusted by the first amendment, but I don't think that causes any suffering.

If it makes you feel better you can mentally replace "hate group" with "bigot" wherever you feel it is appropriate.
 
2012-08-01 10:47:52 AM

madgonad: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business. I'm not going to stop eating spicy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries with lemonade because I don't agree with his politics.

Translation - I'm not going to inconvenience myself by standing up for my principles.


Like the principle of supporting free speech?

Of course, people like you only believe the speech should be free when you agree with it.
 
2012-08-01 10:57:50 AM

Carousel Beast: madgonad: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business. I'm not going to stop eating spicy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries with lemonade because I don't agree with his politics.

Translation - I'm not going to inconvenience myself by standing up for my principles.

Like the principle of supporting free speech?

Of course, people like you only believe the speech should be free when you agree with it.


Part of free speech is that people are free to criticize and protest. This boycott is in no way a violation of anyone's right to free speech.
 
2012-08-01 11:00:29 AM
Just had a chick-fil-a breakfast biscuit with bacon, cheese, eggs, and ranch dressing. A normally delicious meal transcended to another plane of existence when marinated in impotent disingenuous liberal tears.
 
2012-08-01 11:00:59 AM

odinsposse: mesmer242: See, I do have a problem with that then. The SPLC researches before labeling, and I trust them far more than a bunch of outraged people on the internet. "Hate group" is a very heavy term that should be used carefully or we will all suffer.

I don't see how. "Hate group" isn't a legal or even very specific term. SPLC and some other groups use it in a specific way but nobody else seems to. Some guy upthread called the ACLU a hate group, presumably because he is disgusted by the first amendment, but I don't think that causes any suffering.

If it makes you feel better you can mentally replace "hate group" with "bigot" wherever you feel it is appropriate.


The reason it bothers me is this:

Fox Opinion person: Did you hear Candidate Bob gave $10000 to the Trans-siberian Orchestra? Doesn't he know they hate country music? I think they might be a radical country-hate group!! (outrage, outrage)
Fox News person: Controversy has erupted over Candidate Bob's contribution to alleged hate group Trans-siberian orchestra. More at 6.
Right wing blogger: It's astonishing that Bob is sticking by TSO through all this despite them being a known hate group.
Right wing commenters: I am disgusted by Bob! Down with Bob!
Voters then vote for the other guy.

A lot of what's happening with this Chick-Fil-A thing is the same controversy/outrage cycle that's been mentioned on the daily show and elsewhere. Saying "group A" is a hate group doesn't make it true, and defending those allegation makes people just as disingenuous (and tiresome) as the people on the right that have been playing fast and loose with reality the last few years.

/Ok, I'm done now. Back to watching the Olympics.
 
2012-08-01 11:01:29 AM
Just another "outrage of the month". Just like Kony 2012, it will quickly be forgotten and we can move on to next one. We do have a facebook/internet forum witty poster industry to support...
 
2012-08-01 11:04:25 AM

beta_plus: Just had a chick-fil-a breakfast biscuit with bacon, cheese, eggs, and ranch dressing. A normally delicious meal transcended to another plane of existence when marinated in impotent disingenuous liberal tears.


Confirmed for Bigot.
 
2012-08-01 11:07:52 AM

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business. I'm not going to stop eating spicy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries with lemonade because I don't agree with his politics.

True, no matter who one does business with, it's likely that there's someone in the higher-ups who have a belief that one doesn't agree with.

[www.belch.com image 425x237]

[lolvirgin.com image 450x450]


OPEC has an owner? Really? You're going with that?

mesmer242: A lot of what's happening with this Chick-Fil-A thing is the same controversy/outrage cycle that's been mentioned on the daily show and elsewhere. Saying "group A" is a hate group doesn't make it true, and defending those allegation makes people just as disingenuous (and tiresome) as the people on the right that have been playing fast and loose with reality the last few years.


No one is saying that chick-a-fil is a hate group. We're saying that they fund hate groups. Which they've admitted to.
 
2012-08-01 11:11:34 AM

jjorsett: If going after corporate Thoughtcrime is the 'in' thing these days, I suggest the right-wingers start with Ben & Jerry's for saying, "We stand with you" to Occupy Wall Street.


Right-Wingers, especially the Christian Right have been committing "Corporate Thought Crime" for decades now.
 
2012-08-01 11:17:44 AM

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: lolvirgin.com


Who are the "Owners of OPEC?"

Be Specific.
 
2012-08-01 11:22:49 AM

Raharu: beta_plus: Just had a chick-fil-a breakfast biscuit with bacon, cheese, eggs, and ranch dressing. A normally delicious meal transcended to another plane of existence when marinated in impotent disingenuous liberal tears.

Confirmed for Bigot.


Confirmed for right of association and use of private property for me, but not for thee.
 
2012-08-01 11:23:26 AM

mesmer242: See, I do have a problem with that then. The SPLC researches before labeling, and I trust them far more than a bunch of outraged people on the internet. "Hate group" is a very heavy term that should be used carefully or we will all suffer.


They give money to groups that actively fight and organize against equal rights for homosexual unions. What would be your preferred word to describe that?

Because I think when you look at someone and say "I disapprove of who you are and how you live so much that I will actively fight to deny you equal protections under the law as protected by the Constitution. I want to literally create a second, lower class of citizen than I who is entitled to fewer protections under the law, and I want to make you a part of that group..."

To me "hatred" is a very accurate way to describe a statement like that, what description would you use?
 
2012-08-01 11:25:07 AM

The Homer Tax: Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: lolvirgin.com

Who are the "Owners of OPEC?"

Be Specific.


The Unions?
 
2012-08-01 11:31:49 AM

beta_plus: Raharu: beta_plus: Just had a chick-fil-a breakfast biscuit with bacon, cheese, eggs, and ranch dressing. A normally delicious meal transcended to another plane of existence when marinated in impotent disingenuous liberal tears.

Confirmed for Bigot.

Confirmed for right of association and use of private property for me, but not for thee.


You eat there knowing they donate to groups whos goals are to deny people rights and change them into 2nd class citizens. You're free to be a bigot. Expect people to call you on it, and treat you accordingly.
 
2012-08-01 11:36:06 AM
This will go down as the biggest chicken sandwich ordeal ever.
 
2012-08-01 11:40:30 AM
And on the cool side of it all:

http://nashua.patch.com/articles/nashua-chick-fil-a-to-sponsor-nh-pri d e-fest
 
2012-08-01 11:47:25 AM

Nightmaretony: And on the cool side of it all:

http://nashua.patch.com/articles/nashua-chick-fil-a-to-sponsor-nh-pri d e-fest


nice to read there are some franchisees that support the local community over the corporate PR.
 
2012-08-01 11:50:29 AM

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Man, whatever.

The guy is a bible-banging dickhole, but it's a privately held company. He's entitled to his shiatty opinion and he can do what he wants with his business. I'm not going to stop eating spicy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries with lemonade because I don't agree with his politics.


He most certainly is entitled to his shiatty opinion. And I'm entitled to my opinion that I don't want one thin dime of my money going to that dickbag and the causes he supports.
 
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