Gay marriage supporters file Chick-Fil-A appeal
Original post made on Jul 26, 2012
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on Jul 26, 2012 at 6:29 pm
Talk about hypocritical! They are subjecting a business to different rules and selective enforcement levels because they don't like the company politics. How is this different than racial profiling, when police stop some selected group of people but not others?
If they really think more restaurants and drive-thru on El Camino is bad, make this apply to ALL businesses, and to existing ones as well (with some 2-3 year transition period for the business).
Please treat everyone equally. When we don't treat people and businesses equally, it undermines the rationale for equal treatment and marriage rights for gays.
on Jul 26, 2012 at 6:53 pm
Don't get all upset with Chick-fil-A, they aren't the only ones against homosexuals, gays, lesbians, transgender funding. What about:
Wake up America! Read your Bible...and you'll find real joy.
on Jul 26, 2012 at 9:10 pm
There was a time when a company might have used some of its profits to fund efforts to maintain racial segregation or to keep black people or women from being able to vote, for instance. If a group of people fought to keep that company from coming to town, they would have been ridiculed at the time, and it would have been a risk for them to take. But in hindsight, we would all now agree that they did the right thing, and that their small effort helped to promote equality in general. In light of that, maybe our need for chicken isn't so important after all. Whatever happened to that Pollo Loco place anyway?