Chick-fil-A: The New Ground Zero for the Culture Wars
Sadly this situation has become a game of one-Upmanship. Advocates of same-sex marriage countered the success of Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day on Wednesday with their own event at their local Chick-fil-A location: Same Sex Kiss Day. My only point here is that are countless Americans that feel EVERYONE should have the same rights and protection under the law.
Chick-fil-A’s Dan Cathy ignited a national controversy when he affirmed the restaurant's opposition to gay marriage. He told the Baptist Press that the company supported "the biblical definition of the family unit," upsetting gay marriage advocates. The subsequent debates gave rise to Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.
It just seems that Cathy's position to come out and publicly "attack" others amounts to such arrogance, and that's what I argued on TV, seen right here.
Even Wendy's stepped into the argument when Jim Furman, a Wendy’s franchise owner in North Carolina, posted the message "We stand with Chick-fil-A” outside several of his fast-food establishments, according to the Daily Mail. Wendy's responded via Twitter: "An independent franchisee posted the sign, which he's taken down. We proudly serve ALL customers!"
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