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Allen West Offends Congressional Black Caucus With Chick-Fil-A Gift

Petronia Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 4:36 AM
Would like to quibble with the 'anti-gay religious organizations' terminology. 'Anti-gay' sounds like 'opposed to the existence of gays', or 'opposed to the freedom of people to be gay', whereas, for the most part, the above-mentioned groups are self-identified as 'anti-gay marriage', or 'anti-redefinition of marriage by the federal government'. There's a big difference; can we make sure to distinguish?

Apparently Congressman Allen West sent the Congressional Black Caucus Chick-Fil-A six months ago, but with the latest controversy surrounding the company, the "incident" is being revisited.

A Democratic lawmaker says Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) offended the entire Congressional Black Caucus by delivering Chick-fil-A chicken and biscuits to their weekly meeting -- and then walking out -- when it was his turn to provide the group with a formal lunch.

Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Fla.) told The Huffington Post that the incident happened about six months ago but is now fresh in his mind given West's...