Monday, January 10, 2011


As if we needed any other reason to boycott Chick-Fil-A, they have partnered with an anti-gay group in Pennsylvania to sponsor an anti-gay event.
The February event co-sponsored by Chick-Fil-A is called "The Art of Marriage," and it's intended to be a launching point for Pennsylvania to return to "the biblical definition of marriage." Given the work of the Pennsylvania Family Institute, it's hard not to see where this event is going to go -- straight for the jugular of anyone who supports marriage equality for same-sex couples.
Ah yes, the Biblical definition of marriage between one man and 2000 women. I am sure that is the definition they are talking about. How does a business that promotes hatred and bigotry stay in business? Is it not enough that they only hire Christians, which is discrimination (and should be punished by the government, but they are too scared to take on a religious company). Now they are just coming out and saying that they hate gay people.

I wonder why they don’t ask for sexual orientation and religion when you go through the drive-thru? Oh right, because they need the money of their customers to fuel anti-gay hate groups like the Pennsylvania “Family” Group. Think about that the next time you hit up Chick-Fil-A and think that it will all be OK.

I do not eat at Chick-Fil-A. I don’t eat meat and the rest of their food sucks. Many people do, though. I think everyone should keep this story in the back of their mind the next time they want a chicken sandwich. The money you spend on your food is going to contribute to hatred and discrimination.

But I am sure that the customers of Chick-Fil-A are OK with that.


  1. I believe that it is a benefit to any community when a business chooses a cause to stand behind, such as raising money for research into finding a cure for a disease or children in need. However,in this case, they asking people to sit down and hate another group of people while enjoying a lemonade and chicken sandwich. I am sure that many people who own business have their own private views when it comes to gay marriage but I don't personally care to have those views pushed upon me when I am coming in to eat some fast food. I feel that gay marriage is moral however I don't feel the need to point this out to the particular place I choose to eat everytime I go out for fast food. I also didn't realize that the cows from Chick-fil-a were now responsible for dictating how we view good morals.

  2. Jesus really must want you to eat some chicken and hate some gays. I wish there was a way to stage a sit-in of Chick-Fil-A. Mind if I go to jail for a while?