Depends on what kind of restaurant it was - fast food or the standard pretentious douchebag den where everyone sits around sipping wine trying to be "seen".<quoted text>
I personally happen to be straight and I am married.
It's just hard not to notice when a bigoted buffoon starts pissing in the junk yard to mark his territory.
Let me ask you a question, and please answer honestly. If I owned a restaurant, and you came in and were wearing a t-shirt with a cross on it and your girlfriend had one of those purses with the big metal cross on in, and I refused you service because I think Christianity is wrong, do you expect anyone to believe that you wouldn't go kicking and screaming and call the media and tell them how you've been treated? They would here you all the way to China.
Secondly, I don't wear clothes with pictures on them like a child.
Lastly, I wouldn't give a rat's ass if you want to kick a potential paying customer out for whatever reason that's up to you, plenty of other restaurants around besides yours, that's why a assume it would be a douchebag den because you would obviously think that you're the only game in town and that everyone feels "priviledged" to eat there.
The only reason I would say anything to anybody is if I thought there were some personal gain for me and if I wanted to start trouble for you and yours, which is exactly what gays are trying to do.
You libs and "progressives" keep shouting about the "separation of church and state", yet none of you mind getting the 'state' involved while your trying to force the 'gay lifestyle' on churches and the religious.
The liberal motto:'Live and let live unless they don't agree with my views'.