Thursday, August 2, 2012


What really pisses me off about most liberal groups, is that they want their rights respected by everyone on the planet, but seem to never mind trampling the rights of others.

Take the current Chick-fil-A "scandal", for example.

I have never eaten in one of the chain's restaurants, but after the bashing they are taking from gays this week, I may purchase stock and open a franchise.

The company has faced criticism from gay rights groups and others after Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy told the Baptist Press last month that the Atlanta-based company was "guilty as charged" for backing "the biblical definition of a family."

This is the same chain that does not open on Sundays, operates without debt and donates a percentage of their profits back to the communities they operate in.

But because of their religious beliefs, which align with that 'silly' book some call a Bible, Mr. Cathy chose to take a stand behind his belief.

And now he is being persecuted for that belief.

The chain operates a culture and service tradition to treat every person with honor, dignity and respect –regardless of their belief, race, creed, sexual orientation or gender.

Pretty open-minded, considering the conservative religious priciples the chain espouses.

Again, all Mr. Cathy did was express HIS belief.

He did not ask people to start throwing stale Chick-fil-A rolls at gays and lesbians (although it is a shame to let those old rolls go to waste).

But gay and lesbian critics (and their liberal ilk) have called for boycotts and efforts to block the chain from opening new stores.

Many of the Biblical and poultry aligned crowded Chick-fil-A's outposts after Wednesday was declared national Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, showing up Wednesday to support the chain after former Arkansas Gov. and Baptist minister Mike Huckabee urged the appreciation day.

Many restaurants had record sales, some were forced to close early after running out of food.

Customers waiting in line spoke out.

"I am here today because I support freedom of speech," one said. "I believe marriage is between a man and a woman."

It is rumoured that a "back door" gay movement is planned for later in the week, encouraging same sex couples to arrive at Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country and kiss each other.

Called the "Kiss Mor Chiks" movement, it will prove that not all chickens at Chick-fil-A are in the fryer.

Apparently the gay movement has no backbone.

Which must come in handy for them.

People of conviction and courage, who truly respect freedom, would respect the freedom of a differing point of view.

But Liberal America does not work that way.

Liberal America is made up of pussies.

They want the courts to push their agenda because they do not have the balls to fight for it.

Just look at the California gay marriage fiasco.

They lost.

Fair and square.

The Mormon lobby was better organized and won the vote.

Instead of working to win it back, they whined to the liberal pansy court.

Yep, when it comes to the gay lobby, it's their way or the highway.

And I've already made some puns in bad taste today, so I'm not going to talk about what their highway is paved with!

Although I'm sure TARP funds paid for it!

Gays! Lesbians!

Do you want to exercise your rights?

Exercise your right not to eat at Chick-fil-A!

Enough with the demonstrations-you're screwing with my commute home!


  1. Good rant, Larry. Gotta agree with you. Liberals love the concept of freedom of speech and the right to ones own beliefs unless it's in disagreement with them. Then it's no holds barred all hell breaks loose to stifle the other side's opinions. Criminy!

    You must eat at a Chick-Fil-A. If you enjoy a good chicken sandwich they are among the best. And the waffle fries are quite good.

    While I was on vacation these past few weeks, shortly after news broke on the Chick-Fil-A story, my wife and I stopped in a Florida restaurant to show our support (this would have been on Tuesday July 24) and the place was packed. I might have attributed the crowd to having the same motives as we had, but probably not. I eaten in Chick-Fil-A many times and they are always crowded. It's a very popular restaurant and for good reason. People love the food and friendly service.

    If you haven't eaten there, you must try it. I'm sure there are several locations in Phoenix.

    Good post.

    Wrote By Rote

  2. Lee-

    Sadly if any gay activist were to read this post, they would probably miss my point entirely.

    There are Chik-fil-A's in Phoenix-I just rarely eat fast food anymore (usually only if I work so late the idea of making dinner is too much to take).


    Good title, good blog bit, and I love the McDonald's sign on the cow. I always did suspect Ronald of being a closet homo.

    >> . . . "Liberal America is made up of pussies."

    HA! Man, you're starting to sound an awful lot like me (and that should probably concern you).

    I almost wish I weren't a vegetarian
    so I could eat at Chick-Fil-A.

    Although Arlee Bird did mention they have good "waffle fries" (whatever that is). I don't eat fries more than 2 or 3 times a year, but maybe I'll go to my nearest CFA in a couple of days just to try 'em.

    Good post! Nailed it.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  4. Yes, yes, yes. Freedom of speech for Libs, not others. Thank you, Lee and Larry.

  5. Stephen-

    I can't abide vegertarians. You're either with us eating beef, or you're against us!

    I think Obama needs to pass a law aginst you veggie-huggers!

    Better yet, maybe there should be a tax (not a penalty, mind you) on anyone who does not eat their annual beef allotment!

    Nah, I'm not concerned dude-we don't see eye to eye on everything, but we're not that far apart on most things!

    I'm pretty sure I remember you not liking the whole gay marriage issue being on the ballot, but I think we both agreed that the gay lobby should try again rather than run crying to the courts.

    No other word works.

    They're pussies.


  6. LOW-

    Thanks for dropping by.

    Quite frankly, I would feel the same way no matter the issue.

    I believe EVERYONE has the right to their opinion right up until the point that they start infringing on the rights of others.

    If the protest were limited to a boycott of the restaurant, I would not have a problem.

    But calling for new restaurants to be denied until the chain reversed their opinions (which, by the way, align with the values this country was founded on)?

    It just ticks me off.



    I thought you might not have seen my reply to your comment at 'Ferret-Faced' and I wanted to make sure you saw THIS portion of it, so I'm posting it below:

    Hey, I'm glad you commented here because I want you to know that I tried to leave a comment on the "Too Cute" post at your Sports blog, but it seems there is no way to comment. Have you disabled the comment feature on that blog for some reason?

    I'll add this: I know that blogs with a black background often do not make icons and "things-to-click" very visible unless the person has gone into the design template and selected bright colors for those things.

    Therefore, I ran my cursor, all over the lower black background, but there was no indication of a hidden "Comments" option. Didn't know if this was by design, oversight, or system bug.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  8. Stephen- I did see you comment on FFFF-I meant to e-mail you but spaced.

    I checked the blog setup that same day.

    If there is something in the setup preventing comments, I am not seeing it. I'll look again now.