I have never been certain whether the cloud that swept over the faces of the Chick-fil-A staff was because they believed their cow drop had somehow been rigged (and for the record, it had not), or because their ecstatic prize winner turned out to have an extra mom.
Bailey, you used gay people for your personal gain to make your dreams come true and then sold them down the river with your message condoning a company that is publicly known to donate money to anti-gay groups.
You can't just tell students who disagree to not eat the chicken sandwich. Colleges have to take responsibility for the facts and realize that student-meal-plan money is going to fund a documented hate group that works to aggressively harm students on their campus.
If you're standing in line waiting for your chicken sandwich and waffle fries, why not take a moment to learn about what Chick-fil-A really does, and -- even if you're opposed to same-sex marriage -- what you money is buying.
Few of us have heard, "Sex is wonderful when you're married to the right man, or woman," or "when you're in love with the right boy, or girl." There's not much positive to counteract the impact of all that negativity from the anti-sex forces. So how to fight back?
If donating millions to prevent same-sex couples from marrying doesn't bother you, then there's a good chance gender discimination won't strike a nerve, either, but regardless, it's something to keep in mind before you indulge in your remarkably caloric meal.
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?
Like a towering oak tree, those views are rooted deeply in religion and nothing short of a flood of Biblical proportions will dislodge them. But what I do expect is that Mr. Cathy will put the good of his employees first.