As negative press continues to flow, conservatives step up to defend fast food chain.

Aug 1, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KMJM-FM Saint Louis

The backlash against Chick-fil-A has been profound. But as the negative press continues to flow, some conservatives are beginning to step out and defend the fast food chain.

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These liberal thumb-sucking, bed wetters never learn. they tried boycotting Rush (for the 3rd time) He's stronger than ever at their chagrin.

Chick-fil-A will follow that same patern with aplomb -- providing he doesn't follow Chi-town values.(wink)

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while the right boycotts JC Penney, oreo cookies, starbucks, and general mills, the left see the need to boycott chick-fil-a.
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doesn't matter.
it's everyones right to boycott an organization or group that speaks out against what they believe in.
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people will still buy this stuff, nobody is going out of business.
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remember when people were boycotting BP after the gulf spill?
pffft
Robert

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Shows you how out of step the liberals are. Chick fil a is a religious based company that is why they are closed on Sundays and they should be free to feel that way. They traded profit for principal and the gay people are bad mouth them for that. The guy never said anything hateful towards gay people the only thing he did say he believed in his religion when it comes to the gay stuff. What is wrong with having a religion and being true to it.
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Anneutral, there's a difference between boycotting a business, and using the power of government to deny a business the opportunity to sell its product in a free market, which is exactly what the wacko liberals are trying to do.

You'd think the liberals would be sqwaking about Chick Fil A CEO's 1st Amendment right to free speech. I guess liberals are intolerant of anyone who doesn't believe as they do.
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When are the people going to see the media loves to twist the truth and cause issues. People have the right to be gay and people have the right to their religious views. Wasn't an issue till the media blew it into a all out war. If people are stupid enough to fall into this, then it's their own fault.

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Jim wrote:
When are the people going to see the media loves to twist the truth and cause issues. People have the right to be gay and people have the right to their religious views. Wasn't an issue till the media blew it into a all out war. If people are stupid enough to fall into this, then it's their own fault.
exactly.
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doesn't matter.
it's everyones right to boycott an organization or group that speaks out against what they believe in.
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people will still buy this stuff, nobody is going out of business.
just as people will continue to go to starbucks.
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Aug 2, 2012
 
The issue isnít people organizing a boycott against Chick fil A. The issue is the mayors of Boston and Chicago threatening to use the power of government to ban Chick fil A from operating their business in those two cities.

Thatís not the press whipping up a story, thatís wacko liberalism attempting to use government power to deny a private citizen his right to free speech.

Not only is such a ban blatantly unconstitutional, itís no different than the discrimination against blacks that resulted in the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

People should be outraged.
Robert

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anneutral wrote:
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exactly.
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doesn't matter.
it's everyones right to boycott an organization or group that speaks out against what they believe in.
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people will still buy this stuff, nobody is going out of business.
just as people will continue to go to starbucks.
Are we not supposed to go to Starbucks what did they do ?
Sheik Yerbouti

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Aug 2, 2012
 
Does chick-fil-a pay their employees a living wage and provide health insurance? If not they can hardly claim to be a 'christian' company!

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Robert wrote:
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Are we not supposed to go to Starbucks what did they do ?
starbucks supports gay marriage.

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