Menino shouldn't block Chick-fil-A because of president's views
While this view goes against the grain in a state that made history by embracing it, it's no reason for Mayor Thomas M. Menino to oppose a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Boston.
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#1 Jul 26, 2012
Think﻿ about it ... If the president of Chick-fil-A was a Christian who said he is against interracial marriage on Biblical principles and donates money to racist groups ... how would you react?
#2 Jul 26, 2012
Okay, Owebama, let's hear what you have to say about CFA! Surely a person such as yourself loves fried chicken LOL
#3 Jul 26, 2012
Terrorist chicken companies don't belong on Freedom Trail
#4 Jul 26, 2012
That is a "if". Why not stick to the facts on hand? But lets say he did support racist groups, I (like I think most people) would not patronize his business. Where does it stop when one person (the mayor in this case) makes the decision on what business should be allowed in a community. Isn't it the citizen's community. Let the people make the choice, not one man.
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