Chick-fil-A Anti-Gay: 'Guilty as Charged'
After years of masking anti-gay policies and affiliations under a guise of friendliness, Chick-fil-A is boldly embracing one of the darker values that drives their organization: discriminating against LGBT Americans.
When questioned about Chick-fil-A's donations in a recent interview, COO Dan Cathy replied: "Guilty as charged."
In a follow-up interview, Cathy continued: "We're inviting God's judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at Him and say we know better than You as to what constitutes marriage."
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As support for LGBT equality grows, fair-minded customers now have the facts they need to decide whether they want to support a discriminatory company like Chick-fil-A.
In addition to the majority of Americans who support marriage equality, we know that a large majority of Christians -- nearly 90 percent -- say the very tenets of their faith lead them to reject discrimination against LGBT people.
As support for LGBT equality grows, fair-minded customers like myself have the facts they need to decide whether we want to support a discriminatory company like Chick-fil-A. While I respect Mr. Cathy's right to his personal opinions, I strongly urge Chick-fil-A to stop using money from customers as part of a larger effort to oppress LGBT Americans. Until then, I will have to reconsider whether I spend my money at Chick-fil-A.