The Chick-Fil-A Propaganda War

I’ve enjoyed all the great memes that have come out as a result of the president of Chick-Fil-A answering a question that he agrees with the traditional biblical definition of what a marriage is. Here are my thoughts on the issue:

Chick-fil-a is not hurting anyone by simply stating they think marriage is defined by Christian values. They are not hurting anyone by giving money to pro-Christian groups.

The outcries of ‘hate’ are baseless and designed to incite hate in my opinion.

What about buying oil and gasoline, which comes form people in the middle east who beat and KILL gay people? Do the folks crying ‘hate’ advocate we all stop buying gasoline also?

The message from liberals is really this: go along with our version of fairness, or else.

This is an interesting subject for sure.  It gets into some uncomfortable territory though.  This article is from the viewpoint of gay-marriage advocate, and this is a pro-Christian defense.  (I’m biased on this issue:  Chick-Fil-A is my favorite fast food restaurant.  I like their food, lemon-aid, how clean their stores are and I love the way their employees work hard and treat me every time I go there)

I’m not supportive of using the force of government to push any religious favorites, which is a claim against Chick-Fil-A.  (they are giving money to groups to that lobby government for pro-traditional-marriage laws).  I’m also not supportive of government defining or being involved in defining or regulating marriage at all.  That is the role of churches, not governments.  So here are some of the funny pictures I’ve come across as a result of the craziness:

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2 Responses to The Chick-Fil-A Propaganda War

  1. Court says:

    I stole this from a friend’s FB, but it sums up how I feel.
    It’s not about Mr. Cathy’s personal beliefs, it’s about the money, and how a portion of EVERY sale at CFA is given to their charitable arm, the Winshape Foundation, which in turn gives millions to groups that work to perpetuate inequality. If you want to support that, it is certainly your right, but it’s my right to refuse to do so, without being called anti-Christian, or anti-free speech.

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