Then, we tried to go again, on a Sunday. Chick-fil-A was not open. My friend told me, it was a tradition, and that the company, and its founder, was very serious about principles.
That is when I became a fan.
I used to work for a company, and a founder, that used to be very serious about its principles. Not only did that make many people rich, it made thousands of the rest of us - better employees, for that company, and other companies...or for taxpayers.
Boston city officials came out trying to ban Chick-fil-A from opening, due to the presidents stance.
...then Chicago Bully Rahm Emanuel came out and said the same for his crappy town.
Once again, the Left does not understand that when they are acting as Government, they are LIMITED in their powers...and this one falls under the 1st Amendment.
Are Boston and Chicago going to start polling the business to determine their stance on political issues? Or just try to make an example of one that spoke out?
Go buy some chicken tonight!
The Chicken Inquisition
Lets ban his Presidency!