Skip to comments.Chicken Filets for Gays
Posted on 02/07/2011 6:00:13 PM PST by Gondring
So, there has been a lot of talk about chicken lately. Chicken sandwiches in particular. Activists for the “Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender” community have clucked from on high:
“Chick-fil-A restaurants, thou hast SINNED! Repent ye sinner . . . or meet thy doom!”
You might ask, “What fowl sin hath Chick-fil-A done?” Um, well . . . one of their restaurants supplied food to an event that favored strengthening marriages (shocking!). It was held by a non-profit organization that—like most of America—doesn’t favor same-sex marriage (gasp!). Chick-fil-A also donated money to organizations that help traditional families (please don’t faint!).
“Fowl sinners, repent!” cried Change.Org, a hen house of Leftwing activists. “For thy sins, thou shalt be stoned with petitions, and boycotted with boycotts, until thou repent and acknowledge the goodness of all things Gay. For Tolerance shall be thy God from this day henceforth!” That’s right. Chick-fil-A is getting hit hard with petitions and boycotts. They even got kicked off one college campus, with more expulsions likely.
Okay, wait a minute. Halt the Inquisition. We call fowl!
You mean Chick-fil-A, a company founded by a Christian—a company that has explicit Christian values—isn’t free to donate chicken sandwiches to organizations celebrating traditional marriage without getting hen-pecked by gay activists? C’mon. This is America. Pro-family companies and individuals should be able to express their religious views openly. Right? Yes, right!
But our gay activist friends have stinky wet feathers and a fowl mood over anyone who disagrees with them, so we think it’s only right to respond to their petitions and boycotts with . . . chicken! Let’s show them some love by burying them in Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches.
When you donate, we’ll use your donation to buy and send a Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich to Change.Org’s headquarters—your way of supporting Chick-fil-A, and telling gay activists to stop having a cow, and for goodness’ sakes stop attacking someone else’s religion. (And we WON’T include your name on anything, since gay activists have a habit of personally attacking individuals who fund their opposition. Nice tolerant bunch, huh?)
So support Chick-fil-A and give the intolerant Leftwing Inquisition some egg on its face by donating below.
Maybe I'll start protesting Outback and get some free steaks sent my way!
The queers are trying to take over - let them deal with the muzzies.
Love Chick-fil-A—and they always give me free refills on their great lemonade.
I’ll buy them a sandwich, but they have to promise the delivery will take at least a week (at room temperature)
We appreciate the support!
Let them lick the Doritos of there “ companions” fingers.
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I pinged this simply because it made me chuckle and who doesn't need to smile!
Nice to know. There is one near me, but it’s a real pain to get in and out of that parking lot/drive-through. I’’ll make the extra effort now.
Chick-Fil-A / Esquire Magazine's pick for best sandwich
You can get a chicken sandwich anywhere, which may explain your low expectations. But down south, there lives an eye-opener. A come-to-Jesus sandwich. The Chick-fil-A.
Seasoned, breaded breast served on a toasted buttered bun with dill-pickles. No mayo. No sauce at all. Deceptively simple, yet transcendent.
The hook is the breading: spicy, with an intoxicating crunch. The meat is always juicy, never chewy. The bun is like lingerie -- there, but not, providing delicious support without obscuring the main flavor.
The first bite changes everything you think you know about chicken. And about the need for condiments. -- by Allison Glock
And don't forget to get a large order of their crispy waffle fries with your club sandwich. You'll love that bacon patty.
I admit that I like to add mayo.
I take it that’s your site...? Nice!
Mr. Cathy is up against militant homosexuals ----- we have to factor in how vicious these disturbed perverts can be. Mr Cathy may have received threats that he does not dare make public.
In some Catholic churches, the perverts would stand in line to receive the Eucharistic (a sacred church rite), and then spit in the faces of the Eucharistic minister. God knows what these perverted sickos are capable of doing to a restaurant.
Mr Cathy is clearly struggling to fight these demonic forces of evil.
Thought you’d like this one.
Yum. The first location in Idaho opened a couple months ago in the student union at Boise State University. Boise is now complete.
Not mine specifically, but I’m in the Muchachos. :p
Put some poop on their sandwich, and they’ll be overjoyed. Might even stop the boycott.
Love the sandwiches... don’t like the waffle fries.
Chick fil always and does do good for this town.
They are very involved in the schools and charity groups here as well as the boy scouts etc.
Since I found that the homosexuals are getting their knickers in a twist I’ve been giving them my business more and I will be ordering a huge patter for one of my kids birthday party from them now.
They’re polite, service is good, food is good always tell you to have a blessed day which is nice and I’m not even going person
In a concession to the GLBT community they have come up with a new sandwich. It’s called the Chik-On-Chik-Fil-A.
we always had chickfila platters for my kids parties when they were younger. they were HUGE hits. My daughter always wanted me to order the biggest one, so she didn’t have to begrudge her friends eating them at the party because she always wanted leftovers! we had a franchise open closer to us which makes it even more convenient, and i have definitely gone more often since the gay flap erupted.
wow. that is amazing! i am shocked. my husband and i went overboard for our kids bdays, not in expense but in time and talent. just so you know, mine are now 22, 19 and 16. But when they were little up until probably 10 yo or so we did themed parties. Alice in Wonderland [a friend of our’s dressed up like alice with a costume from a costume store], Winnie the Pooh [my husband rented the bear costume] i made character ears out of felt and girls plastic headbands for Eeyore, Piglet, Tigger and Pooh, one for each kid. i did little hunny pots with candy as party favors. Madeline partu, i painted straw hats yellow and put black ribbons on them for all of the girls and did BAD HATS for the boys out of black felt. so yeah, we were pretty overboard but i enjoyed the heck out of it. When they got older they wanted Laser Tag parties or pool parties [the youngest has a july bday] which were far easier for me, but less fun. Chickfila platter, cut up fruit platter, chips and dip, and you are good to go! i feel sad for the bday child you described. Terrible to be an afterthought in your parents lives.
we have our daughters birthday in April and the themed party sounds good so I hope you do not mind if we take your idea.
we’ve always put time and effort into their parties as money is tight, we play games, dress up for daiughters party etc.
Sounds like you raised wonderful children and your good parents , if only everyone else spent the time.
The lady who had the party told us that she is happy MO is dong what she is as she can;t be bothered doing their lunch and is happy the schools will now give them healthier food.
Just what is wrong with some parents today I don’;t know but knowing there are parents like yourselves restores my faith for the future of our country and kids.
Sure, go for it! i’m sure there’s tons you can do with whatever your daughter’s fave thing is. In our area [noVA, DC suburbs] liberals, if anything, treat their kids like they are the center of the universe and they are usually spoiled brats, i guess that is what surprised me about the woman you describe. Liberals do love a public school though! have a great party!
I’ve never been to a Chick fil A. There isn’t one anywhere near us here.
Feed a fag on my hard earned buck? Hardly.
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