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The anti-hate hate mob grows

The anti-hate hate mob grows

We’ve seen the Mayors of Boston and Chicago abuse their power to drive a lawful business out of their jurisdictions by threatening to withhold business permits because the founder and President support the definition of marriage as one man – one woman.

When those threats generated an outcry even from many liberals, the same politicians, joined by the Mayors of San Francisco and D.C., used their governmental perches to try to demagogue the business out of the city by telling the business to stay away.

A Philadelphia City Councilman is getting in on the act:

The Philadelphia City Council will consider a resolution condemning Chick-fil-A for what one city leader called “anti-American” attitudes that promote “hatred, bigotry and discrimination.”

City Councilman Jim Kenney sent a letter to Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy telling him to “take a hike and take your intolerance with you.”

“My effort is to allow people to understand that in certain segments of corporate America there are folks who are using their dollars to promote hatred, bigotry and discrimination,” Kenney told Fox News.

He is introducing a resolution to “condemn this anti-American attitude of trying to deny civil liberties that every American enjoys.”

When challenged on Twitter last night, here was his response:

Also add New York City City Council Speaker (and possible next Mayor) Christine Quinn, who is demanding that New York University sever a contract with Chick-fil-A unless the President of Chick-fil-A changes his view on gay marriage.  As reported by The Village Voice:

Enter City Council Speaker Christine Quinn. The future mayoral candidate drew her line of opposition to the chicken sandwich purveyor, stating, “Chick-fil-A is not welcome in New York City as long as the company’s president welcomes continues to uphold and promote his discriminatory views.”

She is referring to President Dan Cathy’s remarks on his defense the ‘biblical definition of marriage’ and how America should stop questioning God – these statements were mentioned in yesterday’s piece as well. For Ms. Quinn, the ‘biblical definition of marriage’ is a far cry from reality, especially since she recently wed her longtime partner, Kim M. Catullo.

And, with that, she has started her campaign to boot this organization from NYC’s restaurant ranks.

Yesterday, Ms. Quinn wrote an open-ended letter to NYU President John Sexton – just like Mayor Tom Mancino’s letter to the Chick-fil-A establishment – that called for him to throw Chick-fil-A out of the dining hall. She writes,

“I urge you to sever your relationship with the Chick-fil-A establishment that exists on your campus. This establishment should be replaced with an establishment where the ownership does not denigrate a portion of our population.”

Liberals love the quote “When fascism comes to America, it will come wrapped in the flag and waving a cross.”

No it will not.

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Maybe the Philadelphia City Council will hire Dick Cheney to spearhead this effort now that he has come out of the closet.

This is sick. These are government officials attacking a private business. I hope Chick-fil-A sues for discrimination.

In the meantime, my family and I enjoyed our first delicious dinner at Chick-fil-A last Saturday We will be repeat customers.

    pfg in reply to tazz. | July 30, 2012 at 11:33 am

    Article VI reads, “The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution.”

    The phrase “this Constitution” refers of course to the written one, the one which contains the First Amendment.

    Do you see the importance, the vital, sine qua non importance, of electing an individual whose yes means his/her yes and whose no means his/her no.

    Who has more trust in terms of an oath, a professing Christian or a vacillating leftist who believes that truth is relative?

    FrankNitti in reply to tazz. | July 30, 2012 at 12:10 pm

    just another attempt to keep your eyes off of barry’s fail policies.

I said this on a prior article about Chick-Fil-A, but it warrants repeating.

Compare the left’s reaction to the American Cancer Society denying funding to Planned Parenthood with their reaction to Chick-Fil-A.

They said that Planned Parenthood does a lot of good (free birth control, cancer screenings, etc.) and that, even if you disagree with abortion, you should praise them for the good they do. Of course, this means that denying funding because of one facet of their business is improper.

Why does the same not apply to Chick-Fil-A. Even if you are for same sex marriage, why not appreciate the good Chick-Fil-A does (jobs, benefits, economy, really freakin’ good chicken!). You can disagree with one facet of the president’s political views without condemning the business as a whole!

This analogy needs to be pointed out to these hypocrites.

    VetHusbandFather in reply to shroutr. | July 30, 2012 at 3:21 pm

    Oh they do a lot more good than that.

    Charities / Scholarships
    WinShape Foundation was founded more than 20 years ago by Truett and Jeannette Cathy. Under the WinShape Foundation umbrella, there are several programs, including WinShape Homes®, which currently operates 11 foster care homes in Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama. The WinShape College Program℠ at Berry College in Rome, Georgia, is a co-op program offering joint four-year scholarship funding to incoming freshmen of up to $32,000. WinShape Camps℠ offers boys and girls summer programs at the college, which will be attended by more than 15,000 campers in 2012.
    Additionally, WinShape also operates the WinShape Retreat℠, which offers a sequestered setting for marriage support and counseling and other gatherings on the Mountain Campus of Berry College. Held at WinShape Retreat, WinShape Marriage℠ aims to help married couples by offering intervention for couples in crisis, preparation for engaged couples and enrichment for those interested in growing their marriage.
    WinShape Wilderness℠ is dedicated to using adventure to equip people to experience real change, not just in a team setting, but also through personal transformation. WinShape Wilderness is an outdoor adventure program that facilitates experiential learning for all audiences in ropes course settings as well as canoeing, rock climbing and backpacking venues.
    Finally, WinShape International℠ was founded in January 2005 with a mission to mobilize leaders to transform young people and communities around the world.
    Chick-fil-A Leadership Scholarship Program: Chick-fil-A separately offers $1,000 college scholarships to certain qualified franchised Operator Restaurant employees, a Chick-fil-A tradition that has awarded over $30 million in scholarships.


    J. W. in reply to shroutr. | July 30, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    (I think you meant to refer to Komen, not the ACS.)

    The two responses make sense together when you realize that the issue is this: You must actively support the leftists’ cause(s) or you are the enemy. All that talk about the “good” that PP does was a euphemism for abortion. PP did not and to my knowledge still does not perform cancer screenings. If anything, they merely refer women elsewhere — you know, to places where Komen money would be more helpful for actually dealing with breast cancer.

    So Komen was condemned for ceasing their support of “a woman’s choice.” And Chick-fil-A is condemned because it doesn’t support “same-sex marriage.” The two responses are perfectly consistent.

      BannedbytheGuardian in reply to J. W.. | July 30, 2012 at 9:43 pm

      Yes . Shrouts ‘ formula is way too soft. They will stamp on any appeal to moderation as a weakness .

      Keep it short -2 words. Plenty of choice there eg

      F..k off.

      Get f…ked.

      Drop dead.

      P*ss off.

      Up yours.

      Tp personalize it add creep /sh&tface/limpimp & good old Motherf***ker is always a hit.

theduchessofkitty | July 30, 2012 at 11:13 am

As I said before,

Every bite, every morsel any of us take of a Chick-fil-A’s chicken sandwich, wrap or tender into our mouths is yet another flip-of-the-bird we lovingly strike back at those bastards who don’t believe in the First Amendment freedoms of religious exercise, speech or peaceful assembly.

Henry Hawkins | July 30, 2012 at 11:25 am

This is the best thing that ever happened to Chick-fil-A and they ought to send checks to these all-mouth libs.

    You are right H.H. Chik fil A is getting national exposure the big chains pay big bucks for. On the other side it also gives the nimrod local lefty politicos their 15 minutes of fame. . . I hear future NYC mayor Ms. Quinn at her recent nuptuals served hot pockets and slim jims. They ended with a circle fist.

      Henry Hawkins in reply to secondwind. | July 30, 2012 at 12:55 pm

      1. These Chick-fil-A boycotts-by-government will fail.

      2. More people than ever now know the brand Chick-fil-A.

      3. Even more people than ever now know of the owner’s religious commitments.

      4. All the free publicity cost Chick-fil-A nothing. In fact, they undoubtedly made money by folks coming in to support them, plus increased business from those who are indifferent to the issue, but just want to try it out.

      If I owned a burgeoning or struggling restaurant chain that cannot afford national advertising, the next thing I’d do is announce “I’m pro-traditional marriage and closing on Sundays from now on.”


      “Believe as I do I’ll kill your business.”

      -Assorted grandstanding liberal politicians.


      “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”

      -Voltaire (Hall/Tallentyre)


      I’m one cynical son of a bitch, but not so cynical as to have any doubts whtsoever as to which of the above two sentiments will prevail among the American people.

        A gift suggestion sure to please your lesbian and liberal friends. Fur Fish Game magazine. The name is lesbian suggestive. It covers everything from ammo to traps. 12 monthly issues , $15.95

      JackRussellTerrierist in reply to secondwind. | July 31, 2012 at 2:28 am

      Not only that and what Henry Hawkins pointed out, but consider this: When you go into a Ckik-fil-a, there will be no leftist pissers, moaners, or smooching queers with their hands in each other’s panties around to ruin your meal.

strawberrygirl | July 30, 2012 at 11:26 am

I really hope chickfila sues the crap out of these ppl. I have always thought the gay marriage issue was really about imposing antichristian bigotry. Sure is turning out that way.

    VetHusbandFather in reply to strawberrygirl. | July 30, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    Maybe one of the legal types that comments here can clarify this more, but I don’t think Chick-fil-a can sue… yet. If any of these cities do block their building permit for any reason or NYU kicks them off campus, it seems like Chick-fil-a could then use their statements/letters as evidence of discrimination. That being said, I think all these useful idiots have done is guarantee that Chick-fil-a will have restaurants in their communities (unless they are looking forward to a long legal battle). I wonder if anyone could explain that to their supporters.

      Henry Hawkins in reply to VetHusbandFather. | July 30, 2012 at 5:19 pm

      They have no intention of blocking Chick-fil-A franchises; they know they’d lose a court action. They are just posing for their respective local liberal base voters in advance of election day, knowing full well that nothing will come to a head prior to November. It’s pure politics.

A new Chick-fil-A shop is being built in our area, and our family will go out of its way to patronize it.
I am disgusted at the increasing belief-police who want to enforce their PC views on all Americans. It has been going on for a while but seems to be reaching a fever pitch. To me it is evidence of the further disuniting of America and is extremely troubling.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Rick. | July 31, 2012 at 2:37 am

    We are being destroyed from within by the left.

    We keep relying on the courts to uphold the constitution, but it isn’t happening enough. Remember, these judges are products of the American education system and many have bought into the leftist views and interpretations. Even those who haven’t bouoght into it still cave. Look at Roberts, and Souter before him. Relying on the courts to put things right is a crap shoot at best. The left are noisy as hell, and the media is a stalwart underpinning of their cabal, so elected and appointed people succumb to the political pressure of that noise.

    Our institutions have been taken over by the left. We have only ourselves, not the system that they control now, to turn to.

impeach obama | July 30, 2012 at 11:29 am

First the left says, ‘keep private lives – private’
Then the left says, ‘live and let live’
Next comes, ‘I won’t tell you how to live your life, don’t tell me how to live mine’
Finally ‘RAAACIST – HOMOPHOBE – How dare you have different beliefs – get back under the bed and hide!’

of course all in the name of brotherhood, you know brother ‘loving’ brother and sister ‘loving’ sister especially in bed – it’s for the children or is it lack of children – go PP, pelosi, bawny, etc

Funny how a gay rights activist like Ms Quinn fighting against bans against same sex marriage by saying she doesn’t “believe in denigrating others” and preaching celebration of “diversity” concurrently fights for conformity of her lowly subjects by denigrating and banning smokers from her precious city and now wants to kick out franchisees of a food service private enterprise no matter their own personal views, but simply because of the personal views of the chain’s CEO.

Apparently she believes she can preach to the masses from her soapbox of holding a government office with money expropriated from taxpaying citizens who may not hold her views, but Kathy, who receives no government funds to speak his mind may not. Worse yet, anti-smoking government officials like Ms Quinn impose excessive excise taxes directly on the people they disdain, stealing their own money and forcing them to fund her own personal and bigoted campaigns of hate against them.

If that doesn’t convince all of the evils of unchecked government power, nothing will.

Meanwhile, Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, and his wife recently donated $2.5 million to same sex marriage organizations. Funny, I don’t see any conservative pols demanding that no one in their state be allowed to purchase products from Amazon.

This broo-ha-ha over Chick Fil-A is nothing more than political correctness gone ballistic a.k.a. Cultural Marxism. Antonio Gramsci is smiling in his grave at how many useful idiots the U.S. has.

It used to be that gays just wanted to fit in. Now they are resegregating the world into “gay” vs “not gay” again. I think they will discover that from a marketing point of view, “gay” is a small market niche. The official term for the “not gay” segment is mass market. Guess where most of the investment will go? And you don’t have to advertise “not gay”. Just don’t make those contributions and official statements. “Zip it” is free.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | July 30, 2012 at 11:51 am

As you pointed out, the bigot card is the new race card.

I sent an email to Chicago alderman Moreno last week. In about two relatively short paragraphs, I told him he is Un-American for publicly expressing his willingness to violate the First Amendment by threatening to use the force of governmnet to subvert the Chick-fil-A owner’s freedoms of speech and religion; I told him those First Amendment protections were put in place to protect citizens against government officials who want to behave like petty tyrants by imposing their values on others and silencing dissenting political opinion; and I told him that his actions demonstrate that he is a hateful, anti-Christian bigot.

I think every word I wrote is accurate and defensible. I don’t believe I engaged in hyperbole or stretched the truth.

We can’t rely only on a couple of editorials, just because they appear in left leaning rags, to sway these people. Use their own tactics against them. We don’t have gulags as an institution for political repression. YET. Write them emails. It’s ok, I think, to he sharp and cutting in your critisism, so long as you’re accurate and don’t devolved into profanity and unnecessary name calling (maybe I went over the line a bit in that regard by suggesting he’s Un-American and tyrannical. Oh well.)

BTW, neither Moreno nor his staff bothered to respond.

The patients are running the asylum. They have tried for many years to be in the position, they are now.

44 green-lighted them. The hate and *vitriol, will not lessen with a change in administration (hope to God it happens) and the reason that it will not change, as Stephanie said: ‘we now go to Brian, Brian what can you tell us‘..Brian says: ‘Gorge, it’s the citizens of the Soviet, also called, the Tea Party’that I just checked in the local phone book

It will continue, until a NOT SO Le’gal In’sur’rec’tion takes place. Just ask the Brits of the mid to late 1,700’s and early 1,800’s..

*asterisk explained:
I change my vitriol every 3000 miles or so, as indicated in the little booklet located in my glove box..

For those that think this is some kind of “good thing”…I’d rethink it.

Have we learned nothing? This is not about selling chicken sandwiches.

There is no telling how far this will go, what it will morph in to, and what/who is next-

but, we do have an idea, don’t we?


“WASHINGTON, DC – Students from seven schools across the country have launched petitions on in the past 48 hours demanding the removal or prevention of Chick-fil-A franchises on their campuses following this week’s media blitz over the fast food chain’s public stance against same-sex marriage.

The petitions target officials at the University of Illinois, University of Kansas, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Ball State University, College of Charleston, Wichita State University, and Minnesota State University.”

Operation #occupyhatechicken well under way..

    If only the occupy movement had half as many members as they have targets they might be a threat. But the entire occupy movement has dissipated as the early sympathizers fled once they learned who they were teaming with.

    syn in reply to Browndog. | July 30, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    One would think that these brilliant Higher-Thinking students-

    who face $1 Trillion in Student Loan for Higher-Thinking Debt,

    who face a lifetime of serfdom paying for a lifetime of Boomer Entitlements,

    who face a lifetime of struggle, poverty and joblessless,

    who face a lifetime of high taxation,

    would not actively kill their future with their own Liberal Fascism.

    Then again, 68% of Higher-Thinking students voted for Obama.

    (I am so happy I am not under 30 years of age!!!)

    2nd Ammendment Mother in reply to Browndog. | July 30, 2012 at 3:16 pm

    All those University students and not a single student who can read Contracts and understand Contract law? I’m just saying I wouldn’t hire one of their grads, if they don’t understand the basics of Contracts.

Perhaps the “esteemed” councilman ought to address the Mogadishu like state of the cesspool black hole that is the City of Philadelphia rather than defame someone else’s point of view. The place is a first class disaster and the quintessential blue model failure.

It should be pointed out that the only one advancing un-American ideas are morons like councilman Kenney as his preferred method of governance and his religious bigotry and intolerance of ideas that don’t fit into his demented cultural marxist paradigm(not to mention his pea brain) are what have dragged this country to the edge of ruin.

NC Mountain Girl | July 30, 2012 at 12:08 pm

If these cities were thriving it would be one thing for officials to say conform or get lost but all of them have fiscal problems and most have been bleeding population, particularly stable middle class families with children. This type of talk is likely to accelerate that decline.

The thought police are putting fascism’s boot on the necks of Amerioan citizens.

SmokeVanThorn | July 30, 2012 at 12:19 pm

Their true colors are shining through.

SmokeVanThorn | July 30, 2012 at 12:21 pm

And – way to stay classy, Councilman!

“Liberals love the quote “When fascism comes to America, it will come wrapped in the flag and waving a cross.””

There was another similar famous quote first uttered by Tom Wolfe:

“…the dark night of fascism is always descending in the United States and yet lands only in Europe,”

Well, it’s lunchtime here. I’ve never been to a Chick-fil-A, but I’m going to go out of my way to try it today.

LukeHandCool | July 30, 2012 at 1:14 pm

Wreckovery Summer To Do List

1) Kill the Business Goose that lays the golden egg

2) Decide which goes first: the nest egg or Chick-fil-A?

    Henry Hawkins in reply to LukeHandCool. | July 30, 2012 at 6:54 pm

    Obama: “Hey, how about: if you wanna make an omelet, you gotta break some geese.”

    Staff: “Um, no, Mr. President…”

More then half of all children in Philadephia are in single parent homes, resulting in the over whelming majority of families in poverty.

While the father is always legally obligated, children have better outcomes with mom and dad living with one another. How is that hate or bigotry to acknowledge that?

    n.n in reply to ReneeA. | July 30, 2012 at 10:33 pm

    It is neither. It is an affirmation of the natural order.

    There may be reason to believe the human ego and ingenuity can overcome the constraints imposed by the natural order, but this is an experiment with the most fundamental of consequences, and cannot be pursued with the lightest of evidence and cause.

    Consider that while homosexual behavior does, in fact, constitute evolutionary dysfunction, it is not an exclusive contributor to this process; it is not even the most observable. The most consequential transgressions of the natural order are committed by heterosexuals when they prioritize sexual gratification over reproduction; when they prioritize personal gratification over the life of their developing child and choose to terminate its life prematurely.

    The behavior of both classes of individuals has contributed to a proliferation of sexually transmitted diseases, with homosexual males leading the way. It has engendered a near-term dysfunction that challenges the integrity of relationships. It has motivated a “rights” movement to normalize elective termination of voluntarily conceived human life. It has, most noticeably, resulted in a majority of the population reproducing in the minority — the quintessential example of evolutionary dysfunction.

    That said, the desire for physical gratification without perceived consequences is a subset of a general dream for instant gratification, which includes: physical, material, and ego. It is these dreams that engender progressive corruption. While it is popular to say that “money is the root of all evil,” the fact is that money is not a cause but a means to an end. The worst corruption occurs through denigration of individual dignity and devaluation of human life. It leaves individual humans as interchangeable and disposable, from conception to grave.

    It’s my opinion that the effort to normalize homosexual behavior is only one aspect of normalizing dysfunctional behavior in general. As it is a behavior with no redeeming value to either society or humanity, the progress they record with this effort will set the standard for efforts to normalize similarly dysfunctional behaviors, the most notable and significant of which is the elective termination of developing human life.

    Anyway, the purpose of laws of morality and ethics is to promote behaviors which engender positive progress and benefit for society and humanity. Homosexual behavior engenders neither; but, until it reaches critical mass in a society, it can likely be tolerated. However, there is no legitimate reason to normalize it.

    The judgment expressed on this issue is becoming a litmus test for mental “solvency.” If we use the natural order, including evolutionary principles, as our objective standard, then there is only one reasonable conclusion: tolerance — neither normalization nor rejection. Efforts to normalize a clearly dysfunctional behavior are evidence of ulterior motives by its proponents.

The only thing Kenney has ever done is run for office. Like chocolate gumby he could not be bothered to enlist. Every one of these turds ran from enlisting yet they’re the first to scream un-American.

The charge of “hate” is not a contribution to argument; it’s the recourse of people who would rather not have an argument at all. Not that long ago, “to hate” meant: “to feel hostility or animosity toward; to detest.” In recent years, however, the Contemporary Lexicon of Political Correctness and Sensitivity to Sexual Orientation has expanded this definition of “hate” to include: “to hold to Judeo-Christian principles and values; to stand for biblical morality,” and, quite specifically, “to take issue with homosexual practice.” It now appears that no matter what you say and no matter how carefully and graciously you say it, if you dare to differ with the GLBT agenda, if you believe that it is immoral for a man to have sex with another man, if you do not support same-sex marriage, then you are an extremist, a bigot, a Nazi, and a jihadist. To take this one step further, could it be that the tables have now turned so dramatically that most of the hate speech is coming from the lips and pens of those who perpetually push the hate button, namely, the gay and lesbian community?

    NC Mountain Girl in reply to ldwaddell. | July 30, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Actually like the term racist hater now means simply that you openly disagreed with the speaker on an issue close to their heart. Unfortunately its use is not confined to the GLBTG community or even to the political left.

    A couple of years back I was called a hater and removed from the mailing list by the local Tea Party head after I sent a polite but firmly worded e-mail about a candidate they had endorsed. I noted I’d been vetting candidates for years and found this fellow an attention seeker drawn to whatever applause line thrilled his current audience. I also opined that most voters would reject him as a blowhard and a phony. Guess what happened? Not only did he lose the primary, he didn’t make any of the fiscal issues central to the Tea Party endorsement session central to his campaign!

The politicians threatening Chick-Fil-A are nothing but wannabe Mafiosi. But that’s really being kind – wannabe Mussolinis is closer.

wish there were some in Maine.

The gay rights movement had tried for something like 11 years to get a gay rights bill passed in Rhode Island. Around 1990 or so it actually made it to the floor of the general assembly for debate. Witness after witness for the bill testified that homosexuals would NEVER demand or want gay marriage. No way, no how, would that ever happen. Never. Gays, after all, would never want something as “traditional” as marriage. Gay people were far too free spirited to ever want something as confining as marriage, all they wanted was the same legal rights. But they would never demand marriage. I remember reading many stories and letters-to-the-editors in The Providence Journal that concurred and accused opponents of the bill of using the marriage argument as an excuse to deny gays equal rights by using the “slippery slope” argument.

It would be very interesting to dig up the testimony in the states as these bills came up and see if any of those witnesses are still around. Useless, but interesting.

I’ll be in Des Moines on Friday to give plasma at the blood center there. Usually, after doing so, I go to a place called El Bait Shop for lunch (it has about a hundred different beers on draft), then to West Des Moines for Trader Joe’s, and then home. This Friday, though, I’m going to go to West Des Moines first, to have lunch at the only Chick-Fil-A in the area. It will be hard to pass up El Bait Shop, but duty calls (and I mean that somewhat seriously).

    NC Mountain Girl in reply to Iowa Jim. | July 30, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    Next time I’m there I’ll have to get a couple extra to go because I bet a Chick-fil-A sandwich would be great with a cold beer.

The closest Chick-fil-A to my home is nearly 40 miles away – but I’ll travel there on August 1 just to show my support for the owners to have religious views that do not blindly conform to socialist extremist mandates.

FYI: The Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses in Germany took place on 01 April 1933, soon after Adolf Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor on 30 January 1933. The boycott was the first of many measures against the Jews of Germany, which ultimately culminated in the “Final Solution”. — DO YOU SEE THE SIMILARITIES ?????

Don’t these people realize that they will have to do the same with Muslum owned businesses as well as Orthodox Jewish ones? They only want to attack the Christian ones. I hope to see them stop all the Nation of Islam pie and water selling on the streets of Philly.

I always get a kick out of leftists decrying hatred, intolerance and bigotry.

All the while they’re doing what?

Correct. Spewing hatred, intolerance and bigotry.

2nd Ammendment Mother | July 30, 2012 at 3:18 pm

We really should start posting pictures – I live in the bluest city in the bluest county in Texas. For the last 4 days, the parking lots at our local Chick-fil-a’s are full to over flowing and the drive thrus have lines out to the street.

I wonder what the good councilman thinks of this … remember no one gets elected in Philly without union support

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Great idea over at CNS News, take a Boy Scout to Chick-fil-A day. Here is the link.

Jusuchin (Military Otaku) | July 30, 2012 at 8:11 pm

So, this is why the gay rights movement gets no traction with me. i am alright with gay people, hell, I come from a nation that is the largest Catholic nation in Asia, yet we’re totally fine with our gay people and whatnot. I have nothing against them. I have something against their purported voices in the government, et,al.

The beauty of America is that we are allowed our voices. The ugly side of it is that recently, we’re all told that anything ‘traditional’ or ‘conservative’ is founded truly and fully in bigotry, ignorance, and racism when they cannot see themselves being that way when they look in the mirror.

As Professor Reynolds would say “Civility for thee, not for me.”

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