Skip to comments.NYC gays say ‘OK’ to Chick-fil-A’s upcoming expansion
Posted on 05/07/2014 6:57:10 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Like many people, Josh Hune loves the succulent taste of Chick-fil-A menu item No. 1, the classic chicken sandwich. Like far fewer fans, Hune also happens to be gay.
That made it a bit complicated when the fried-chicken chains president, Dan Cathy, admitted he was guilty as charged for vehemently opposing same-sex marriage and overseeing the donation of millions of dollars to anti-gay causes in June 2012. When Cathys comments sparked a media firestorm, Hune resisted his favorite sammie for a few days before giving in and devouring one at the Chick-fil-A outlet at NYU, where he was a student.
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When is this going to stop being misreported. Chik Fil-A stopped giving money to anti-gay marriage groups in 2010. Gay activists have no problem with Chik Fil-A anymore. They are a compliant company.
The whole article strikes me as odd...
For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?
Kramer: Newman, what took you so long, oh hey buddy.
Jerry: Expecting Newman? That’s funny because I happened to find him at Kenny Roger’s Roasters.
Kramer: Kenny Roger’s? Whew, boy, I hate that place.
Jerry: He was buying quite a load of chicken almost for two people, as long as one of them is not him.
Kramer: Oh hey Elaine stopped by, yea dropped off that Bob Sacamano hat, oh she’s upset at him, oh yes siree. Yea well thanks for stopping by.
Jerry: I sure do miss my apartment maybe I’ll switch back.
Kramer: Oh you don’t want to think about that no sir. Otherwise I’d have no choice but to put that banner back up and run that Roger’s right out of town.
Jerry: I don’t think you will. As a matter of fact I’ll save you the trouble, I’ll do it myself.
Kramer: Yea, yea go ahead put the banner up doesn’t matter to me.
Kramer: No Jerry! I need that chicken, I gotta have that chicken, you leave those roasters alone, Kenny never hurt anybody.
Jerry: You got a little problem.
Kramer: Oh I got a big problem Jerry!
< /SEINFELD >
‘Peppermint—you’re a freak.
Yes, aren’t we glad they “allow” people to have freedom.
I wouldn’t expand anything in NYC! Sell the lot to Whatta Weiner!
“despite the companys controversial beliefs”
Thinking a man can not “marry” a man is a controversial belief?????
That is because they plan on taking it over. Guys in diapers and leather assess chaps, big fat nasty lesbos in timberlands and blue jeans...Kissing and fondling, and general asshattery...You’ll see...
Yea, bummer - another ally SILENCED.