I began to bargain, asking my conservative friends if they'd agree to eat Oreos and Girl Scout cookies so I could go to Chick-fil-A. Then I read Cathy's interview in its entirety and noticed another of his quotations.
I'm just curious, does Chick-Fil-A have any out and proud gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender members of its management employed at any of 1,600 stores, in any of the 39 states it operates franchises?
It's time for public officials, school districts, and institutions such as the NCAA to cancel the fast-food chain's operations at public facilities and sporting events and make the company pay a price for its bigoted, impious attitude toward gay Americans.
While boycotting an establishment is a valid form of opposition, I'm much more of a sit-in, Woolworth's Lunch Counter type of person. I will not move from my table until you make me leave, and I won't be bribed to eat anything, even if it is free.
Chick-fil-A makes a chicken sandwich so good that footballer Cassanova McKinzy chose a college based on the proximity of said sandwich. So good that some people drive miles to imbibe. So good that God said only straight people can eat them. Wait... what?
When Chick-fil-A announced it was moving into Loyola Law School last year, I was more than disturbed. I was angry after researching Chick-fil-A's donations to anti-gay hate groups. These feelings led me to take a stand against Chick-fil-A, and I hope it will lead others to do the same.