A man who intended to murder as many people as possible at the Family Research Council (a pro-traditional marriage group) may be going to prison for a long time. A security guard subdued the man, who planned on smearing Chick-fil-A sandwiches on his planned victims as a statement in support of same sex marriage. Yahoo!
I suppose you can call it the “Chick-fil-A” effect. A small Southwest Virginia bakery, which as I previously discussed rejected the Vice President stopping by, is doing tremendous business today. I was actually going to attempt to place an order for an event on Saturday, but it looks like I’ll have to give it a
Choosing not to eat at Chick-fil-A (or choosing to eat there, as millions did last week) because of the ownership’s views on gay marriage is one thing, but calling for their business partners to disown them is a little different. I am not opposed to boycotts, or buy-cotts like the one that occured last Wednesday,
“Chick Fil A” is now trending on Twitter and the controversy over the restaurant owner’s support of traditional marriage is absolutely not hurting business today. Below is a round-up of some of the tweets I’ve seen talking about the rush for chicken going on: https://twitter.com/EWErickson/status/230696407693156352 https://twitter.com/prepxtra/status/230693156532940800 https://twitter.com/jjauthor/status/230686759980236801 https://twitter.com/ProLifePolitics/status/230698041492008961 https://twitter.com/susandose/status/230699239360045056
If you thought the Chick-Fil-A controversy had reignited a national debate over gay marriage, just wait until the Democrats hold their convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. The DNC is set, for the first time, to call for outright legalization of gay marriage in their party platform. Politico reports on the issue, which DNC board members