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Chik-fil-A, Gay Marriage, and the Role of Government

Paul Bartomioli Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 6:49 AM
Anyone else catch the Rahm Emmanuel joke? "Chick-Fil-A's values are not Chicago values." LOL Chicago? Values? What an Oxymoron, spoken by someone who was in Obama's cabinet during Fast & Furious.
Bill1895 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 1:39 PM
Big Al Capone is the Chicago Way.
oldnjal Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 7:03 AM
Some Christian, Mormon, Moslem or other Mayor, being a true believer, would never get away with denying a business license to a porn shop or homosexual haven. That would be inconceivable to the ACLU, porn addicts and gays, and the cry would be loud enough to gain National attention, but these self-righteous Liberals feel free bashing Christian establishments.
I feel sorry for Chicago, if their values are those of Emmanuel.
There are good citizens, there, but they do not seem to have a voice or a champion.

Since I’ve already written that polygamy – regardless of how weird it is – is not something that demands government intervention, you won’t be surprised that I also think that gay marriage is a non-issue.

I don’t care if two guys want to get together. I don’t care if some religion (or some other group) wants to sanction their union, and I don’t care if they want to call it marriage, or make up some new word.

But I also don’t care if some churches don’t want to sanction same-sex unions. And I don’t care if some religious people don’t...