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I’m late to the party but I guess I’ll have to say something. You know, I don’t really care what their president things of gay marriage or anything for that matter. People have opinions and sometimes their smart, stupid, offensive, brilliant and on an on.

The real outrage in this is that two elected officials threatened the president under color of law for expressing his views. That’s what you should be mad about. I’ll continue my boycott of Chicago and MA.

And I don’t eat at Chick Fil-A anyway. Popeye’s is much better.

33 Responses to “Chick Fellatio”

  1. alanstorm Says:

    “under color of law”

    What color IS the law? Purple is nice…

  2. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Funny. How is it that the Modern Liberal Democratic Politicians will Scream Bloody Murder about how their Constitutional Rights are being threatened by those Evil Vast Right Wingers, yet they are willing to set up Gulags for anyone who doesn’t agree with them and their Nanny State Laws and Rules?

    Why, they are acting like they are really Fascists in Mao Jackets, don’t you think?

  3. That Guy Says:

    That is exactly why I supported them. Using the force of government to punish a private individual for expressing their beliefs is a dangerous thing.

  4. HL Says:

    I am still trying to figure out which policy of Chik Fil-a’s they want changed? Do they not let gay people in the store or something?

  5. y0te Says:

    No one finds it ironic though that people are complaining about the potential of discrimination under color of law, when there are actual discriminatory laws saying that consenting individuals can’t get legally married?

  6. Kujo21 Says:

    Popeyes?!?!? You obviously have never had the Spicy Chicken sandwich! Thats like saying McD’s is better than Five Guys! 😉 I’m saddened today but your comment. LOL.

  7. y0te Says:

    @That Guy

    “Using the force of government to punish a private individual for expressing their beliefs is a dangerous thing.”

    You mean like using force of government to stop two private individuals from expressing their beliefs and getting married?

  8. y0te Says:

    @Bubblehead […] yet they are willing to set up Gulags for anyone who doesn’t agree with them and their Nanny State Laws and Rules?

    The right is just as good at setting up laws for your own and the “moral good”. Liqueur laws, drug laws, marriage laws just to name a few.

    Point is that both sides put out a lot of “it’s for your own good.”

  9. SayUncle Says:

    Is yote new here? my readers know i support gay marriage.

    You mean like using force of government to stop two private individuals from expressing their beliefs and getting married?

    Chick fil a is doing that?

  10. HL Says:

    No one finds it ironic though that people are complaining about the potential of discrimination under color of law, when there are actual discriminatory laws saying that consenting individuals can’t get legally married?

    Then protest the fucking government. You’ve missed your mark worse than OWS.

  11. alanstorm Says:

    Your example is flawed. On the one hand, we have individuals holding political office threatening to use the power of that office against them. On the other hand, we have a small number of individuals insisting that centuries of culture and tradition change to suit them.

    On top of that, equating marriage with expression doesn’t suggest that you think much of it.

  12. Jack Says:

    If you have a problem with govermental policy being discriminatory it is very questionable to cheer when said goverment decides to ban certian groups for having opinions you disagree with.

    The chicken man may be saying things you don’t like, but that’s how free speech works.

    It’s like how we can’t have the antis banned from opening an office somewhere.

  13. y0te Says:

    @SayUncle No, it’s just the massive amount of irony seeping from most of the Chick Fil-A supporters I’m encountering. (I live in Alabama.)

    Having a “liberty for me, but not for you” mentality without even realizing it.

  14. yote Says:

    I have no problem with what Chik Fil-A says; couldn’t care less. I think Rahm is a giant retard (I think we all agree).

    It’s just ironic to yell at some one threatening governmental action against you, while simultaneously supporting government action against another group.

    The government shouldn’t have anything to do with any of it. Chik should be able to come out as genocidal to martians, emanuel should keep his yapper shut, and gay people should be able to get married without a hassle.

    SayUncle says: Dude, stop using my screen name

  15. Rob Crawford Says:

    “You mean like using force of government to stop two private individuals from expressing their beliefs and getting married?”

    The only thing those theoretical people are being denied is a government-issued slip of paper. They can — and do, ad nauseum — express their beliefs and can — and do — pair up and live together.

  16. armed_partisan Says:

    There may be a difference of opinions about the meaning of the word marriage, which I feel is a stupid and obsolete religious institution, but your contention that Popeyes is better than Chick-Fil-A is simply wrong. Zaxby’s gives Chick-Fil-A a run for their money, KFC is damn good when you go to a decent location, Maryland Fried Chicken never impressed me, Bojangles is okay, but Popeyes is no better than the least of these.

  17. c0yote Says:

    Sorry typed my @SayUncle in the wrong field.

    I have no problem with what Chik Fil-A says; couldn’t care less. I think Rahm is a giant retard (I think we all agree).

    It’s just ironic to yell at some one threatening governmental action against you, while simultaneously supporting government action against another group.

    The government shouldn’t have anything to do with any of it. Chik should be able to come out as genocidal to martians, emanuel should keep his yapper shut, and gay people should be able to get married without a hassle.

  18. Rob Crawford Says:

    Oh — and Illinois, Rahm’s home state? They have civil unions. So does New York, where the other pol who stirred this up is from.

    So what was the point of their posturing?

  19. Steve in TN (@sdo1) Says:

    Bojangles can’t hold a candle to Popeyes. And Popeyes and Bojangles are a different genre than Chik-fil-A. First two are fried chicken. Latter is chicken sandwiches.

    And I’m waiting for the marriage re-defining crowd to start giving the ok to bigamy, polygamy, etc…

  20. Xman Says:

    Can we please PLEASE get to the point where we can say “All Marriages are Civil Unions, but all Civil Unions are not Marriages”?

    This is yet another Orwellian attempt at the redefinition of language much like what happened with “liberal”, “investment”, “welfare”, “fascist”, etc. “Marriage” has forever been the dominion of man + woman, mostly in a religious setting. Let them have their damn word. A married couple still has to get it all legalized by the state as a seperate matter anyway.

    A Gubmint JP should be able to “Unify” any two adults who want it. But to force a religious institution to “marry” people in a manner it does not accept is wrong – just as wrong as telling two men or two women they can’t legally bind themselves to whoever they want.

  21. HL Says:

    Look, Bojangles is the best fast food fried chicken (on da bone). Chik Fil-a is the best fast food chicken sandwich (used to be Buger King, but they have been fucking it up for years now).

    But the best “fast food chicken”–any many will disagree, but they are wrong–is the Long John Silver’s chicken plank.

    The beer-batter accentuates the chicken in such a way…

  22. mikee Says:

    I was gonna ignore this whole issue, but the idea that Long John Silver’s makes anything good is so foreign to my experiences there that I have to respond .

    Chicken cooked in the same fryer as their fish does not taste good. Especially when the fryer oil is waaaaaayyyyyy past its expiration date, as LJS does in my admittedly few experiences at three different stores.

    I stopped going to Taco Bell because I don’t like diarrhea. I stopped going to LJS because the food tastes like rotten fish in used motor oil.

    I go to Chick-Fil-A for the chicken and waffle fries. I go to McD’s for the dollar menu. I go to Panda for the Orange Chicken and Beijing Beef.

    As far as protesting a business because of the beliefs of its owners, or their chosen charity contributions, I worked for a company that moved the Chinese tech industry forward several decades in a few years. I thought the business arguments were sound for doing so, but the human rights abuses of the government there should have been considered before the investment was made. I still cashed my paycheck every two weeks.

  23. comatus Says:

    Here’s your hope and change: it was in 1985 that a Mr. Sol Wachtler said a DA could indict a ham sandwich.

    27 years, chicken sandwich, and there you go.

  24. HL Says:

    Chicken cooked in the same fryer as their fish does not taste good. Especially when the fryer oil is waaaaaayyyyyy past its expiration date, as LJS does in my admittedly few experiences at three different stores

    As I said, many would disagree, but they are wrong.

    Sounds like you are indicting the the whole LJS community based on a very small sample size. You belong over there, with HCI.

  25. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    By arguing that homo couples should be granted the “right” to “marriage”, they’re demanding the benefits of marriage. However, society has a vested interest in monogamous heterosexual relationships, and provides benefits to encourage such. Not every hetero couple does or can, but no homo couple can produce the next generation of workers, soldiers, taxpayers. Stop trying to steal from us.

  26. mikee Says:

    HL: Name me a Long John Silvers where you have had good food, and I will eat there, should my travels ever put me nearby.

    And what is HCI?

  27. HL Says:

    @mikee,
    I-75 exit 122, Norris, TN.

    Handgun Control Inc (or whatever they call themselves for the time they have remaining) =D

  28. Lyle Says:

    If you’re gay and want to get married, come to me. By the power vested in me (such as it is) I’ll marry the two of you. I charge 50 bucks, and you’ll have to sign contracts turning over your future earnings, and granting power of attorney, to one another. Otherwise shut the fuck up– you’ve won already– accept it and quit with the hate. You are not victims.

  29. Scott Says:

    And I’m waiting for the marriage re-defining crowd to start giving the ok to bigamy, polygamy, etc…

    Steve, I ask this in all earnestness…. what is wrong with two or more consenting adults deciding to formalize their relationship via contract? What authority does the Constitution grant to the federal government with which to make any law regarding this?

  30. Druid Says:

    I ask this in all earnestness…. what is wrong with two or more consenting adults deciding to formalize their relationship via contract?

    Apologies for butting in, but that is what a contract is.

    Civil contracts being what they are, they are classed, say, between a home purchase, buying stock in a company, rebuilding a transmission, or whatever. All of which have well established salient characteristics depending on their class – they do not mix or match well – you cannot use boiler plate to buy a house to have a mechanic swap out your transmission, for example, unless both contracts are reduced to the lowest common denominator (LCD) – $$$.

    So what is the LCD for ‘marriage’ for use of the word ‘marriage’ vice ‘marriage’ as traditionally known?
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    HINT – salient characteristics are what…

  31. Jerry Says:

    Cunning linguistics.

  32. Hippies Suck Says:

    The Spicy Chicken sandwich at Chick-Fil-A is top rate. As good as Bojangles. Which is saying a lot.

    As far as gay marriage. I don’t see that as a civil rights issue. Why aren’t civil unions enough? If the contract part is all that matters civil unions should do it. What gays want is to force churches and schools to accept them. That is an entirley different issue.

    So Uncle, why aren’t civil unions enough? You don’t like to be told what to do. Why should churches? If there is a civil rights issue it is the rights of parents to not have their children socially indoctrinated by the public school system that buggery and sodomy are acceptable and normal.

    The Problem with Same Sex Marriage:

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/egxB0dTajb4?rel=0

  33. Beaumont Says:

    There’s a Popeyes’s in your The City? Haven’t seen it myself. Otherwise, it’s a pretty long drive for you.

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