Chick-fil-A and the Gay Bully Boys

Yet another company targeted for destruction by the Gay Bully Boys and their Support Gay Marriage or Else campaign.  In their attempts to crush any individual, organization, or company that dares to express and support a different perspective on the gay marriage issue, the Gay Gotcha Goons are now attempting to organize a nation-wide boycott against Chick-fil-A, a fast food restaurant chain that is successfully pecking away at its competitors.

Some background information on the company:

Chick-Fil-A is run by devout Christians who believe in strong marriages, devoted families, and the highest standards of character for their workers. The restaurant chain’s official corporate mission is to “glorify God” and “enrich the lives of everyone we touch.” The company’s community service initiatives, funded through its WinShape Foundation, support foster care, scholarship, summer camp, and marriage enrichment programs. On Sunday, all Chick-Fil-A stores close so workers can spend the day at worship and rest. Michelle Malkin

But it appears that not every good little progressive is interested in taking part in this chicken sh*t campaign and that includes the academic darlings on our college campuses.

On some college campuses, students are agitated about the presence of Chick-fil-A, a purveyor of Southern-style chicken sandwiches that has run afoul of some proponents of same-sex marriage. But at a New York University cafeteria, the only place in the city where a craving for Chick-fil-A can be sated, the squawking has been limited.

Elsewhere, gay-rights advocates have stoked opposition to Chick-fil-A since one of its outlets in Pennsylvania lent support to marriage seminars, scheduled for next week, that were arranged by a group that has been outspoken against same-sex marriage. At Indiana University’s campus in South Bend, a student group persuaded the university to ban Chick-fil-A products briefly. On Monday, that university’s chancellor invited Chick-fil-A to return to campus on Wednesday.  New York Times

Well, I’ve never eaten at a Chick-fil-A outlet before but I think I’ll stop by one this weekend for the sheer joy of spending my money at a well-run company currently under attack by the Gay Bully Boy Goon Squad.

As a lesbian woman, I support a business’ right to prosper without having to pass the ever-expanding progressive litmus test of pseudo political righteousness.

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2 Responses to Chick-fil-A and the Gay Bully Boys

  1. Linda says:

    The first I actually heard about this boycott was through a fellow lesbian friend on Facebook. She was so upset because she loves Chick fil A and thinks that now she can’t eat there anymore. I just rolled my eyes. I mean, really??? But then she lives in the People’s Republic of California, so I guess I can understand, sort of. Then there were some other comments under her posting talking about how Chick-fil-A supports hate. I calmly responded that just because someone does not agree with you, doesn’t mean they ‘hate’ you, they just have a different opinion. Such tolerance on the left, yes? I don’t eat there, because my girlfriend and I escaped to Arizona 10 years ago from San Diego and there isn’t one where I live, but I would happily eat there if I could. Great to see another common sense lesbian out there. We need to form a coalition or something. Glad I found you. I love how Tammy Bruce describes them as the ‘gay gestapo’. Perfect. Great posts. I’ll keep reading. 🙂

    • Hi Linda,

      Rolling the eyes….I certainly can relate…I do a lot of that moving through lesbian social circles. California to Arizona is a big cultural shift. I’ve only been to Arizona once but I really liked it.

      Form a coalition…now there’s an idea whose time may be at hand. Thanks for stopping by and hope to hear from you again.

      Jeanne

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