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Hey, Boston: Leave Chick-fil-A Alone

wkittlaus Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 11:39 PM
yeah, we wouldn't want to let people just decide they don't want to eat there if they don't like Chick-Fil-A. That is way too much power in the hands of the simple common folk. We need to shield them from that kind of decision-making. People need us to tell them how they should think and if we don't agree we just ban them....that's tolerance!......idiot. Must be a democrat.

It's one thing for Hollywood moppets and television Muppets to protest Chick-fil-A over the fast-food chain president's support for traditional marriage. They're private citizens and entities. But when an elected public official wields the club of government against a Christian business in the name of "tolerance," it's not harmless kid stuff. It's chilling.

This week, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino declared, "Chick-fil-A doesn't belong in Boston." He recklessly slandered the company by accusing it of "discriminat(ing) against the population." And he warned ominously: "If they need licenses in the city, it will be very difficult -- unless they open up...