reply to post by DarthMuerte
This Chick-Fil-A business is getting just smooth out of hand! The guy in question had no right to go venting on that poor girl- I think people on both
sides of the fence can all agree on that.
I'm pretty much in the neutral zone when it comes to what the CEO said. Agree with him or not he has the right to believe and say what he likes
whether anyone else likes it or not. I don't think it was necessary to make such a statement, but that was his choice. Same with the jerk who took
out his verbal frustration on that poor employee.
Now I do not eat at Chick-Fil-A, never have. But now something is going on that bothers me- however not for the reasons you might think. Gay activists
are planning a same sex "kiss-in" at the Chick-Fil-A restaurants today.
Gay rights activists to hold kiss protests at Chick-fil-a restaurants
Now I don't have a problem with anybody protesting anything that bothers them- that is their right. My problem is that I don't want to watch ANY
large group of people kissing or making out in public. That includes heterosexuals as well as homosexuals. Call me a prude if you like, but I don't
make out with my husband in public in front of other people's children and I would appreciate it if other people kept their own romantic actions
private as well. I don't mind if someone gives their significant other a quick squeeze or a peck. but I don't want to see anything lingering going
on. Call me old fashioned but that's the way I feel. I'm pretty sure that there are others who agree of all sexual preferences.
I understand it is being done for shock value, but I don't want to see it. I think that the gay community is getting their points across without
having to resort to shock tactics. Many people are boycotting the restaurant chain already, and a lot of others never gave them their business to