Chick-fil-A Comes Out in New York City
Liberals hardest hit
Manhattan’s first Chick-fil-A opened this weekend and despite liberal misgivings of the closed-on-Sundays fast food chain, the demand for chicken sandwiches wrapped around the block.
Chick-fil-A is opening its first location in NYC tomorrow, and already people are waiting in line in the cold rain. pic.twitter.com/kRVb0RpynV
— Andrea Lillo (@alillo) October 2, 2015
In NYC. There are 80,000 restaurants here. …and this is the line for @ChickfilA. pic.twitter.com/DKD89lii3W
— Brant Hansen (@branthansen) October 3, 2015
Given the enthusiastic turnout for the Chick-fil-A’s Manhattan grand opening, website Mashable had to ask — Can you be liberal and eat at Chick-fil-A?
Since they asked, the Internet responded in kind:
Can you be an equestrian and eat at Taco Bell? https://t.co/sKCmJveCJW
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) October 5, 2015
No. Definitely don't eat there or get in the drive thru line in front of me. RE https://t.co/YSwR7QaMdc
— Leon Wolf (@LeonHWolf) October 5, 2015
Can you be an anti-monarchist and eat at Burger King? https://t.co/3gWlLZYgeu
— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) October 5, 2015
Real question: Can you be a totalitarian and eat at Chick fil A? https://t.co/fMVdUT4Ury
— Kevin D. Williamson (@KevinNR) October 5, 2015
Only if you know the secret conservative handshake, and that’s gonna cost ya. #capitalism https://t.co/yQm9QvPEYK
— Kemberlee Kaye (@KemberleeKaye) October 5, 2015
Mashable also tossed out a “Would you boycott Chick-Fil-A” poll. At the time this article was posted, that poll wasn’t skewing quite the way they hoped…
If you're struggling with whether you can ethically patronize a chick-fil-a let me assure you that nothing you do will ever matter.
— Daniel Foster (@DanFosterType) October 5, 2015
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Let the SJW’s eat Tofu.
Tofu? Heck, the cows get the best part.
“=” is constructed on a congruence (a pro-choice principle) that is notorious for selectively excluding unfavored orientations and behaviors… babies, etc.
No, it’s called “discernment.”
When I fly back to the US, it’s usually through Philadelphia. There is a Chik-fil-A at the airport. I always arrive early enough for my flight to have a chicken sandwich. They are really quite tasty — and with the enormous number of customers, it’s always very fresh. Mouth watering right now . . .
What we need is a Pork-Fil-A.
Finally got my first Chik Fil A in Georgia during a visit to that wonderful state.
Very impressive service, food and atmosphere. If I had been there by myself I’d have eaten there for all my meals every day. And they were always jammed full and the employees were always polite and helpful.
Wish they’d come up to Michigan and open a couple hundred of their restaurants in just my town so I’d not have to get in line to order.
Now if only it were kosher…