Originally posted by SearchLightsInc
Though it serves this company right. Are you here to do politics or are you here to do business? Because its one or the other my friend.
How many of you agree with the above person who said politics or business not both?
Starbucks' support for same-sex marriage has earned the endorsement of the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights
Microsoft CEO as well as Bill Gates Donated 100,000 to the same sex marriage campaign
The Jim Hensen Company is on the recod now supporting gay marriage
Disney supports gay marriage
Why are none of you all angry they are mixing their political views with business? Are they in it to do business or are they doing politics?
What if any town said they cannot open a business in their town because the SUPPORTED gay marriage? What if NYC decided Microsoft could no longer have
offices there, or sell any of their products in New York because the mayor decided to use his position in government to block them, citing it was
because they supported gay marriage?
You all woulod be screaming bloody murder!
Yet, when you do not support something, not one of you cares what the laws are... to you they are simply meant to be broken.
But this is exactly what you are saying, you are saying any business should be denied the right to open and do business if the mayor of the town does
not like their political and/or personal beliefs, whether it would be Microsoft for its support of gay marriage, or Fred and Harrys ice cream for
supporting gun rights, or Tinker Town for supporting the opening of a new Zoo.....
you are saying government should.... should.... and has every right to deny a business owner from doing business if they do not like their
Have you yet decided what the laws are here to protect? They are to protect people and business owners from government officials who would use their
power in an unjust manner.
On a scale of A+ to F the Better Business Bureau® has rated Chick Fil A with an A+
Chick Fil A does not discriminate in their hiring practices and follows all applicable laws in regards running their business....
Employees enjoy working for Chick Fil A
Why should they be run out of any town? What right does a Mayor have to used threats such as this:
“If they need licenses in the city, it will be very difficult — unless they open up their policies,” he warned.
that is an actual quote, indeed, that is a promise that Chick Fil A wont be able to get their business opened, for the beliefs of the CEO of Chick Fil
A, a company in good standing, who has never discriminated....
what policies do they need to open? To vote according to this particular Mayors standards? Does the government have the right to tell you how to
edit on 26-7-2012 by OpinionatedB because: (no reason given)