The War on Chick-fil-A is only a front in the greater war by the Left against everything that is good and decent. Fight back today by celebrating Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day. Your duty consists of eating a tasty chicken sandwich and waffle fries. Star Parker explains why it’s important:
The vile attacks on the firm and its owners, the Cathy family, should make clear, finally, that the “gay rights” movement is not about refining and advancing American freedom, but about rewriting American values and advancing, not freedom, but the homosexual political agenda. …
Can it really be that in America today a businessman can be labeled a bigot, boycotted and cut off by suppliers because of the crime of being a Christian?
When Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy made his now famous incendiary admission that “we are very much supportive of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit,” he was not pontificating. He was responding to a question in an interview done in a paper I expect is not read by many homosexuals — the Baptist Press.
This innocuous and highly conventional opinion has been punished with a jihad against Chick-fil-A, even in the absence of any credible evidence of “discrimination” against privileged perverts. Lib bureaurats in Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco have even attempted to prevent the company from expanding in the seeping pustules of moonbattery they rule, First Amendment liberties be damned.
This appalling phenomenon demonstrates that progressives will not stop pushing the front lines in the culture war until we stop them, despite the horrific damage they have already inflicted.
One court decision after another over the last 50 years has, step by step, purged any hint of religion and traditional values from our schools and public spaces.
Has it made this a fairer, better, freer nation? If you think breakdown of family, 40 percent out-of-wedlock births, a million abortions a year, $16 trillion in national debt, and government dependence is better and freer, yes.
The current cultural and moral devastation and the economic ruin that has inevitably followed are only the beginning if we don’t rally and start turning them back.
Make your way to Chick-fil-A today. Maybe you’ll see Star Parker there.
On tips from Incitatus and Kate.