Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Chick-fil-A Tortures Chickens Taste like hate!

Being Chick‑fil‑A is in my town I have to note the obvious bad.
Confederate conservatives are against gays but still take it up the @$$ by
those rich guys everyday, that makes life bad for them, they vote for those
people and like it. Trump will drain the swamp... And fill it again... Eels up inside ya!

So here comes the Rednecks, Holy Rollers wanting their S&M values and expecting
everyone to be in the dark just like them. That is bad because they vote for people
like them so that ends in something like the dark ages. What grows in the dark?
You don't see Conservative polices in nature. It would fall into natural selection,
as the animals would have reductionist values being against their own ending up
starving and wiping out the species. Well how are you to respect the Holy Rollers
when they can't even follow their rules? Render unto Caesar but have a tax exemption?
Well Matthew 22:21 why? Because you have to Romans 13!

So pretend they didn't know liking their S&M so there they all go
to the Chick‑fil‑A so they can go get their...

It's more to the fact stupidity is not a point of view and supporting a corporation
that worked at making life bad for people should not be tolerated.
I won't be going to Chick‑fil‑A in my town!
Chick-fil-YOUR-@$$ WITH A CHICKEN!

Think for yourself and walkaway!

~~~~~"Every Chick‑fil‑A sandwich is filled with horrific animal abuse.
A new Mercy For Animals undercover investigation at multiple Chick‑fil‑A
suppliers reveals baby birds being violently slammed into transport crates and
having their legs and wings broken before being electrocuted and then scalded alive."

 ~~~~~Remember Chick-fil-a Being Homophobic? Still True.
Well, actually no. Cathy and company continue to support and fund anti-gay
organizations. Now to be honest, I have nothing against Dan Cathy.
His grandson was my Citadel classmate and friend and he has shown me nothing
but support and friendship. However, when you back anti-gay laws with actual cash flow
into the campaign that results in gay people being beaten and killed,
I have to say something. Mr. Cathy, along with his millionaire and billionaire cohorts at
“The Gathering,” have consistently voted to help push anti-gay legislation and to back
anti-gay organizations.

I honestly thought he had taken another look after his bad publicity tour in 2012.
He didn’t, he just made it less public and what’s worse is he has ramped up his
anti-gay support. His group, the National Christian Foundation is all but Christian.
They use similar tactics to Westborough Baptist Church by sending their pawns to
picket rather than have the guts to show their faces.
This is still the reason I don’t eat at Chick-fil-a and probably never will again.

This is something the far right does far better than the progressive left
they put their money where their chicken sandwich goes.
They support like-minded businesses with fierce loyalty and withhold their dollars
from those of differing views and politics. So if you want to make a difference,
buy union-made products, support pro-equality businesses and put your money
squarely where your values are. Our friends over at HRC have provided a buyer’s
guide if you’re wondering who’s good on our issues and who’s not.

Well what corporation does this in the first place? Why would you support the place?
~~~~~What Chick-fil-A was attempting to highlight by showing Windmeyer the tax 
documents from 2011 is that it had stopped giving to what it considers more 
activist groups such as Exodus International, which had practiced so-called 
"conversion therapy," and the Family Research Council, which is labeled by the 
Southern Poverty Law Center as a "hate group."

And why would you buy their stuff? Taste like hate!
~~~~~Local artist Manny Castro has stepped forward to claim responsibility for the
"Tastes Like Hate" message painted on the side of a Chick-fil-A restaurant Friday
morning in Torrance, Calif.

In an exclusive interview with The Huffington Post, Castro, who is gay,
explained that he felt he had to step out and make a statement against Chick-fil-A
president Dan Cathy's comments against gay marriage rights.
"Everybody is entitled to free speech, but it seems like for the gay tribe, this is more
of an issue of equal rights human rights," explained Castro.
"I'm against what these people stand for, what this company stands for.
They're trying to take away what little rights we already have."