Did Chick-fil-A Offend You?
But I digress. Do we really care about what a couple of owners feel about other people's sexual orientations? If you're going to whine and moan about that, there are plenty of owners of well known establishments who do not agree with same sex marriage. Don't get me wrong, I feel terrible that it brought so many bigots out of the woodwork, but it's their freedom of speech. If you're that offended by them, then boycott the place and let the haters all dine together eating their greasy chicken sandwiches. I'm seeing people posting controversial opinions on Facebook, and once someone disagrees with them --- bam --- they're off their friends' list faster than lightening. My thing is -- if you're going to post controversial things on your page to your friends, get a blog or take the heat instead of whining like a big cry baby. Let the homophobes march in like a bunch of Nazis and tear into an undercooked filet of chicken. And yes, the one thing this has done was brought more business to this chain. The more gay whiners there are, the more haters start eating more chicken. See how this works? Life's too short to get offended by some idiotic opinion (which is my opinion), and like they say, opinions are like assholes. Everybody has one.
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