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No Tolerance for Chick-fil-A -- Tea Party Critic Morgan Freeman Gets a Pass

Rick676 Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 7:44 AM
I agree with Mr. Cathy's stand on marriage and the basis of that stand. In my opinion, it is the pinnacle of idolatry when man, in his arrogance, believes himself more enlightened than God.
Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 8:16 AM
It's hard for someone like Rahm or Barry to follow something they don't believe in. And they have no underpining moral values to support their actions other than "ME!ME!!ME!". It's all they know. Watch what happens if one of them becomes inconvenient to the progress of another. Remember that phrase "thrown under the bus"? That's where they go.

Chick-fil-A President and COO Dan Cathy faces a consumer protest for expressing his opposition to same-sex marriage. Fair enough. Offended, the Democratic mayors of Boston, Chicago and San Francisco threatened to prevent the Georgia-based fast-food company from operating in their cities!

Whether for or against same-sex marriage, what part of the First Amendment do these radical mayors not understand? The First Amendment is about preventing government from infringing on political speech. This is a clear-cut case of suppression and punishment of Cathy's right of free speech.

In an interview picked up by the Baptist Press, Cathy told the...