Let me clue the “Gay Rights” crowd onto something…

Posted: January 31, 2011 in culture
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If the biggest issue you have to worry about is a Chicken Sandwich, then you aren’t oppressed.

Secondly the idea that if you don’t support Gay Marriage makes you “anti-gay” is nonsense. Under that definition the entire country and world was Anti-gay from almost the start of recorded history till a 4-3 supreme court ruling in Massachusetts.

Thirdly when Gay people are slaughtered in Islamic countries for their simple existence might I suggest that you have your priorities mixed up.

Fourthly as Gay marriage has lost at the ballot box in even California and Maine (why do you think advocates have worked so hard to block a vote in Massachusetts) you apparently think the entire country is by your definition “anti-gay bigots”. The only exception being the media.

The only point I’ll give you is this. the Gawker guy is right about one thing, the Wendy’s Spicy Chicken Sandwich is THE best chicken sandwich out there, but Chick-fil-A is pretty good (I’ve only had one during my Atlanta Trip last year).

Get a life, if you don’t want to eat at Chick-fil-A, eat somewhere else.

Oh and there are a lot more Christians than non-Christians in the country. If you choose to boycott a Christian company for supporting Christian positions, I suspect quite a few companies that support your view can be targeted in reverse with a whole lot more fervor.

Update: Speaking of things the Gay Right’s community might focus on instead:

The new imam at the Ground Zero mosque and cultural center believes people who are gay were probably abused as children and that people who leave Islam and preach a new religion should be jailed.

Abdallah Adhami’s remarks on homosexuals, religious freedom and other topics have brought renewed criticism of the proposed community center and mosque near the World Trade Center site, which purports to be an inclusive organization.

Adhami, in a lecture on the Web site of his nonprofit, Sakeenah, says being gay is a “painful trial” caused by past trauma.

I’m sure we will see the Gay Left go after this with the same furor that they go after Chick-fil-A.

Comments
  1. Dave C says:

    For the record, Chick-Fil-A is fabulous..

    not only do they have good food, but all their employees are cheerful and say “Thank you” and “My pleause” when dealing with the customer..

    I know It’s their store policy but after a lunch at Taco Bell where your food is tossed in a bag then thrown on the platter with nary a “There you go”, Chick-Fil-A is a welcome change in the world of fast food customer service.

    Don’t like it? Don’t go there!

    As for me and my house? I will eat there 9 times out of ten.. (the tenth time being a Sunday)

  2. CarolHS says:

    Comedian Tim Hawkins sings about Chick-fil-a

  3. dahospitalityguy says:

    Chick-fil-A is delicious. I wondered why they were closed on Sundays. Now I know.