When I don’t like the politics of a business, I don’t shop there. For example, designer Kenneth Cole has a history of pro-abortion and other liberal advertisements to promote his brand. It is not that he is just giving money to promote the death of babies, but he is using it to sell his clothes!
No one criticizes him for that.
But when Chick-fil-A, a chain of fast-food chicken restaurants, reiterated its position in favor of real marriage–you know between a man and a woman–liberals flipped out. Chick-fil-A also closes on Sunday and gives back to the community. They take their Christianity seriously.
If one is anti-Christian or a homosexual who is intolerant or both, then one does not have to eat at Chick-fil-A. But liberals lie when they claim to support free speech. They boycott, they complain, they demand repentance!
The mayor of Chicago, a crony of President Obama, said Chicago does not share the company’s pro-marriage beliefs. Considering the economic turmoil, the violence and the general disorder of the once-great city, you would think he would encourage a family-friendly franchise that provides jobs and social stability. But he is a hack Democrat who irrationally promotes the liberal agenda at the expense of his own city.
It is bad enough that liberal activists–especially the hypersensitive homosexuals–do not tolerate opposing viewpoints, but we do not need public officials disregarding the First Amendment.
Christians, who are technically the majority, had better wake up and support the few brave businessmen who are willing to tell the truth, facing ridicule, boycotts and condemnation.
What is wrong with us that we say nothing? I give credit to our evangelical friends who are supporting Chick-fil-A. And I am sure they have a great product!
While we say nothing and do nothing–shame on us conservatives who are inherently less vocal than carping leftists–events are planned to intimidate this poor company. Homosexual activists–who claim they want tolerance but fail to tolerate Christianity–plan a kiss-in this Friday at Chick-fil-A stores.
If you don’t like something, do what I do and protest with your dollars. Shop elsewhere. Write a letter. Don’t stick your tongue down the throat of your same-sex lover to show your outrage. Isn’t there a bathhouse for that?
Since clearly this is a violation of free speech to intimate these good people, liberals instead denounce this Christian viewpoint as bigotry. If we disagree that two men should get married, that makes us bigots. If they don’t believe in our views which have anchored civilization for over 2000 years, we don’t call them bigots although that is exactly what they are. Intolerant and hypocritical.
They project onto us what they are and, with the support of the media, they attack until they get their way.
We have to draw a line in the sand. Support Chick-fil-A by eating there and contacting them to show approval of their position. Write letters to the editor.
Fellow Christians, every time we stay silent, and they gain ground, we are losing our freedom. If you are not outraged that it is now considered bigotry to oppose gay marriage, then you need to examine your conscience and determine if you have the right to call yourself Christian.
Support Chick-fil-A with your dollars and words!