I wonder if the homosexual community and its supporters fully realize what their actions are saying to a country where, according to a Gallup poll, nine out of 10 people believe in God.
This brings a whole new meaning to the term hypocrisy within my industry. Weâve got to remake âDumb & Dumberâ; only this time we can use our mayors and the president of the United States the way the few, proud and arrogant like to be used. What do the cities of Boston, Chicago and New York have in common? The answer is simple: They all put up their middle finger to every Christian in the United States. And they did this over a harmless chicken sandwich. I had no idea a simple fast-food meal could stir up so much commotion. I mean, the way it sounds, the Japanese got off easy with those two atomic bombs, compared to the danger of the cluck-cluck sandwiches. The Bible teaches that marriage is between a man and a woman. I didnât write it; I am not that old. Every Christian should be outraged at the political correctness of these mayors. So Iâve got a wonderful idea, let us spread the word to every Christian: Refuse to vacation or do business in Boston, Chicago and New York because of their bigotry toward Chick-fil-A. Every American who supports real marriage, not marriages made up by the Muppets, should stand and be counted. As for Elmo, Big Bird and Oscar, they should be ashamed of themselves for opposing Chick-fil-A entering their cities. Actually, only Big Bird should be concerned; he could end up on a bun.My friend has a point. Let us do unto them as they are doing unto us. I think I read somewhere that people vote with their feet. I know this may sound strange, but there are millions of people who have never been to Boston, Chicago or Walt Disney World Resort and I have heard no reports of severe withdrawals or deprivation syndrome. People can vote with their credit cards and checkbooks, as well. It doesnât have to be a called-out deal â just every Bible-believing person quietly, via a nice polite email or regular letter, denounce them; then just as quietly, but firmly, boycott corporations like JCPenney, Starbucks, Kraft and Target. There are easily accessible and acceptable substitutes for such favorites as Oreos, Betty Crocker, Leviâs, Wheaties (are you kidding me?!), Home Depot, Microsoft and Pepsi, to name just a few. (Hereâs a more extensive list.) One final note: At some point in the discussions, someone will invariably make the attempt to link the whole âhomosexual rightsâ controversy to the civil-rights movement. So letâs play the old race card now and get it out of the way. Being against homosexuality is not remotely the same as being for racism. As a black born well before the civil-rights revolution, I can distinctly remember being publicly turned away for what I was, not what I did. Homosexuals are not publicly discriminated against because of what they are; the sole basis of their complaint is the demand that we all agree with what they do. If you choose to sit on a cactus, that is your business, but donât expect me to accept that as normal. Finally, what you do in private is between you, your partner(s) and God. (By the way, He has an opinion on the matter, too â as in Sodom and Gomorrah. Might want to check that out, just in case.) And oh yeah, speaking of Big Bird and a bun â see you Aug. 1 at Chick-fil-A (and the week after that, and the week after that, except Sunday, of course). Can you imagine? They are closed on Sunday! How dare they interfere with my right to gorge on a spicy chicken sandwich deluxe with large fries, a diet lemonade and a large Icedream cup after church? Rank discrimination!
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