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Americans Turn Out in Droves to Support Chick-Fil-A

janderson56 Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 11:35 PM
I don't deny that Chick-Fil-A is a great company. They do amazing things for the community. I just wish Cathy would stop sending money to organizations that try to interfere with peoples' lives and use it instead to continue to build up the communities it is in.
THLiars Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 12:05 AM
Let us know if you feel the same when they send it to Hamas.
Lady Wolverine Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 11:50 PM
They don't send money to "organizations that try to interfere with peoples' lives," they send it to organizations that have the same values they do. Besides, it's NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS who they send money to, It's THEIR money, not yours.
OriginalDevilDog Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 11:45 PM
is it your money? oops so you think you have the trright to tell others what they can or cant do with their own money?

those organisations are not interfering in anyone elses business. they are trying to defend what they believe in which is under attack so it is others who are interfering with them and they are just standing their ground
Americans have turned out all over the country today to stand in support of Chick-Fil-A. A minor controversy broke out weeks ago when the chicken fast-food chain's CEO, Dan Cathy, made public comments to a reporter about his financial donations to pro-family groups.

In response, liberal lawmakers around the country expressed outrage. Boston Mayor Thomas Menino declared that Chick-Fil-A wasn't welcome in his town, and both Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and a local Chicago Alderman said they'd work to block any proposed restaurants being built in their jurisdiction despite the obvious violation of the First Amendment that implies.