Heads are gonna explode over Chick-fil-A. What to do in Sacramento???
"Sacramento Chick-fil-A owner Joshua Paul said his location did a day's worth of business by the lunch hour.
He said his store is open to all customers.
'We are in the community and we will treat every guest with honor, dignity and respect,' Paul said.
Paul is a member of the Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce." (Boldface is mine, and the quote comes from this story.)
So if you go to C-f-A, our friends on the left will say you're supporting hate. But if you *don't* go, it's just as clear to me that you're supporting homophobic hate.I'm kind of a moderate on the gay marriage issue. When the public votes to allow gay marriage, I'll no longer be against it, but I can't stomach a legislature's or a judge's redefining a word. Orwell's 1984 showed me where that leads. But anyway, I didn't go to C-f-A to support traditional marriage or to be anti-gay-marriage; no, I went to stand up to the bullies in San Francisco, Boston, and Chicago, who want to use the power of government to punish a corporation because its president doesn't have the "correct" political or social views.
What's a good leftie to do?
I know what a good rightie is going to do. I'm going to enjoy the lunch I just had, and then sit back with a bowl of popcorn and watch the antics!
Just for fun's sake, let's check out which restaurants the Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce recommended for it's Dining Out With PRIDE 2011.
Those of you who want to make everything political, even down to which businesses you frequent, perhaps you'll learn that the world isn't quite as black and white as you think it is. Perhaps you could watch this video and tell me if you support this guy or are proud of what he did in your name.