Flocking to Chick-fil-A

Flocking to Chick-fil-A

There are 137 comments on the Herald-Citizen story from Aug 6, 2012, titled Flocking to Chick-fil-A. In it, Herald-Citizen reports that:

Traffic was backed up onto Interstate Drive and customers waited in long lines outside the doors of the Cookeville Chick-fil-A restaurant on Wednesday.

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McGruff

Elizabethtown, KY

#130 Aug 16, 2012
Chic fil Gay wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, please! Are you one of them tea partiers? It would explain alot your ramblings.
exactly what did he state that you disagree with and why?
george
#132 Aug 16, 2012
I think that Chic-fila will get more trade than they will lose. Most of the people who won't eat there probably didn't anyway. If you read the post on this you can see who the haters are and it is not the right.
seriously

United States

#133 Aug 16, 2012
Chic fil Gay wrote:
<quoted text>Excuse me, "I choose to eat there now because of the attempt to deny the franchisees of the company their rights." Are you serious? This whole thing is about the 'franchisor'- Dan Cathy- stating his personal opinions on a very controversial subject. He can say what he wants, he has that right, but he knows what he says effects his franchisees who may or may not agree with this opinions. But they have to live with his comments, or they can buy into another frachise. But, companies/corporations/franchi ses do not have any 'rights' beyond their owners or operators.
. Finally someone who has a proper perspective. Yes Mr. Cathy has a right to claim his beliefs, but what about his consideration of the franchisees (btw who add to his prosperity)? Before all this, I thought people ate at restaurants because of the food. I never imagined it was because of the owners religious beliefs. Remember, there are plenty of restaurants and stores owned by non Christian people who don't even think the Bible is truthful. Do you avoid their places as well?
Get Real

New Berlin, WI

#134 Aug 16, 2012
McGruff wrote:
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exactly what did he state that you disagree with and why?
When there is nothing left to counter, one resorts to insults. I am not a formal member of the tea party. I don't disagree with most of their positions. Americans need a leader and Obama is not up to the job.
Get Real

New Berlin, WI

#135 Aug 16, 2012
seriously wrote:
<quoted text>. Finally someone who has a proper perspective. Yes Mr. Cathy has a right to claim his beliefs, but what about his consideration of the franchisees (btw who add to his prosperity)? Before all this, I thought people ate at restaurants because of the food. I never imagined it was because of the owners religious beliefs. Remember, there are plenty of restaurants and stores owned by non Christian people who don't even think the Bible is truthful. Do you avoid their places as well?
I don't have a problem with the position of the owners. I have a problem with the position of the elected officials.
Johnny Gat

Cookeville, TN

#137 Aug 23, 2012
McGruff wrote:
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their chicken is great and so are their values.
(sniffs) Wooooo you reek of hypocrisy and ass my friend go wash yourself
distressed

Livingston, TN

#138 Aug 23, 2012
Chic fil Gay wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, I was just using his words, not mine. And what planet you been living on thinking liberals hate? Only ones we hate are biggots and racists. Right wing conservative facists hate everyone but themselves.
I see now, If I'm a conservative I'm not allowed to hate anything or anyone unless liberals also hate it. You're hating someone for their beliefs. Please explain to me how that differs form me "hating" someone or something for their beliefs. You are doing the same thing the right wing people are doing you're just on the other side of this arguement. Also, one can disagree or not like something without "hating". You're just using the phrase because you feel that it strengthens your arguement. You're a typical sheep being herded around by the liberal media. I wish you the best of luck, but I think I'm wasting time.
McGruff

Lexington, KY

#139 Aug 23, 2012
Liberals hate everyone. Even themselves.
kido

Austin, TX

#140 Aug 23, 2012
Johnny Gat wrote:
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(sniffs) Wooooo you reek of hypocrisy and ass my friend go wash yourself
naw...Mcgruff has it right! More people need values and integrity! I see you have none. Now take your own advice! Besides if GAYS want rights WHY in the HE$$ does the man who owns this business not have the RIGHT to THINK what he wants to about marriage being only between a man and a women! TALK about "hypocrisy"....! You people are over the top and YOU are going to cause this nation to have so much division that we will fall. We are so divided now over things that we better put aside a get to WHAT really matters....like debt, all these policies by the man in charge that is taking us all down big time! wake up
Ron Paul 2012

Fontana, CA

#141 Aug 23, 2012
Chick-fil-A is promoting the same Born Again Christianity Garbage and the same Protestant Christianity Garbage as well!
dumb

Cookeville, TN

#143 Aug 24, 2012
Saying gays are the aggressive ones ha if there was a resturaunt supporting gays pretty sure all the "Christians" would also boycott.
Chic fil Gay

United States

#144 Aug 24, 2012
distressed wrote:
<quoted text> I see now, If I'm a conservative I'm not allowed to hate anything or anyone unless liberals also hate it. You're hating someone for their beliefs. Please explain to me how that differs form me "hating" someone or something for their beliefs. You are doing the same thing the right wing people are doing you're just on the other side of this arguement. Also, one can disagree or not like something without "hating". You're just using the phrase because you feel that it strengthens your arguement. You're a typical sheep being herded around by the liberal media. I wish you the best of luck, but I think I'm wasting time.
If you are racist fascist, then yes i do strongly dislike you, and you ARE then wasting time.
distressed

Livingston, TN

#145 Aug 24, 2012
dumb wrote:
Saying gays are the aggressive ones ha if there was a resturaunt supporting gays pretty sure all the "Christians" would also boycott.
There is a big difference between agressively and publicly boycotting and simply choosing not to eat there. Christians would do the latter.
Je lai baisee

AOL

#146 Aug 24, 2012
I go to Chick to see the body on those 14 year olds!
jan

Crossville, TN

#147 Aug 27, 2012
I've been going everyday.
barry

Henagar, AL

#148 Aug 27, 2012
dumb wrote:
Saying gays are the aggressive ones ha if there was a resturaunt supporting gays pretty sure all the "Christians" would also boycott.
it wasn't about the right to boycott.
isay

United States

#149 Aug 27, 2012
jan wrote:
I've been going everyday.
And I bet your a** looks like it too.

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