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Jun 06 2013

Master Sergeant Punished for Serving Chick-fil-A at Party

Ever since Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy let it be known that he supports the sanctity of holy matrimony, militant moonbats have targeted the company, organizing repulsive displays of homosexuality in an attempt to disgust customers away from its restaurants and even employing tasty Chick-fil-A sandwiches as props in an attempted terror attack. Needless to say, Chick-fil-A is not welcome in Commander in Chief Barack Hussein’s hyper-politicized military:

An Army master sergeant was punished after he hosted a promotion party and served Chick-fil-A sandwiches in honor of the Defense of Marriage Act.

The unidentified soldier was investigated, reprimanded, threatened with judicial action and given a bad efficiency report, according to the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty.

Chaplain Alliance Executive Director Ron Crews reports that the soldier held a party to celebrate his promotion to Master Sergeant.

The invitations read, “In honor of my promotion and in honor of the Defense of Marriage Act, I’m serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches at my promotion party.”

DOMA is the law of the land, but the rogue Obama Regime refuses to enforce it.

A year later, the Master Sergeant is still bogged down in a legal battle. The lesson is passed down from Obama through the military as clearly as it is through the IRS: do not say, do, or even think anything that a liberal might not like, or you will suffer consequences.

A few more examples:

One service member received a severe reprimand for expressing his faith’s religious position about homosexuality in a personal religious blog.

A chaplain was relieved of his command over a military chapel because he could not allow same-sex weddings to take place in the chapel.

And a chaplain who asked senior military officers whether religious liberty would be protected in the wake of the repeal of the law against open homosexual behavior in the military was told to “get in line” or resign.

The world has seen other governments that forcibly repressed Christianity. But not even the Soviet Union attempted to impose reverence for sexual perversion. It wasn’t sufficiently morally depraved.

On tips from Matt S and Wiggins.

57 Responses to “Master Sergeant Punished for Serving Chick-fil-A at Party”

  1. Softly Bob says:

    America wake up. The White House is now a haven for liars, traitors, Marxists and sexual deviants.
    Come on, kick Obama up the ass. Take hold of this filthy Muslim-Marxist, fibbing charlatan and boot him out of the U.S. government along with all his treacherous friends – Rice, Power, Biden, Kerry etc.

  2. A. Levy says:

    Of all things we are learning about what this Marxist govt. is doing, IMO, the very worst thing we’re seeing is, that the people apparently have no limit to the amount of abuse they will tolerate. And equally bad is the fact that the elected lying crooks in govt. are very well aware of it.

  3. Jimbo says:

    I need a Chick-fil-a bumper sticker. I don’t eat a lot of chicken, but if it pisses off a silly liberal, I enjoy doing it.

    I’ve faced the fact that slimy liberals have made me a walking hate crime through the insane “values” (snicker) they impose. Screw liberals – every last one of them. They are not my friends, they are my enemies. Communists SUCK.

  4. Marian says:

    WHAT IN THE HOLY HELL HAS HAPPENED TO OUR MILITARY??? Oh, stupid me, I already know the answer but I cannot believe our voluntary soldiers accept this crap.

  5. StanInTexas says:

    One of the arguments Liberals make when they start this type of social engineering is “We want this to be fair. NO ONE will be forced to do whatever.”

    As has been proven repeatedly, that is a LIE!!!!

  6. wingmann says:

    Thanks for the reminder….now I know what’s for lunch today.

  7. it's always Stan... says:

    Stan, you always do this. You aren’t alone, but since at the moment you are an exemplar, I’ll address this to you.

    There is a difference between being forced to do something, and being forced to not do something.

    The military is not a religion. It is not a branch of any theocratic anything. At all. It is, however, the job of people who put on the uniform to exemplify the best of America’s ideals. Now, to some of us, ‘the best of our ideals’ includes things like not being forced into a specific religion. Freedom, in this case, to remain apart from petty political nonsense.

    If this person wanted to make a political statement – as he so clearly did – he was not living up to that standard. He was taking a stance – a political stance – while serving as a member of an institution that does not do that.

    This person was not forced to be gay, was not forced to stop eating chicken… this person was ‘forced’, in your vernacular, to remain apolitical exactly as befitted his rank and station.

    There is a clear difference, that I am guessing will be – as always – lost on you. You play the persecution card anytime you can’t do whatever you want, whenever you want, as if that is the meaning of freedom.

  8. Ummah Gummah says:


    Let’s see.. the IRS scandal, the AP scandal, the FOX News scandal and this motherfucker is still doubling down..

    Like he said to Putin: “Wait until after I am re-elected”


  9. Jimbo says:

    Evidently some morons believe a person must surrender their God-given morals upon entering the military.

  10. StanInTexas says:

    Spare me your BS Lao. Did you see the examples of people who are being FORCED to set aside their beliefs because the social engineering changed?

    It is all a lie from you and your ilk. You don’t want fairness, you want exclusive rules that you control.

  11. it's always Stan... says:

    They are being “forced” to not display their beliefs – which run counter to the very idea of American exceptionalism that the uniform represents – while actively representing America.

    Not getting to do whatever you want whenever you want is not the same thing. If I wanted to talk about communism while wearing a military uniform, or wanted to start an atheist group in the military, or whatever, you would be on the other side of this argument, and you know it. (There’s an example happening now, in fact) You just think your special brand of opinion should get different rules.

    Does that really not compute? Why is your opinion the only one that can break the rules?

  12. StanInTexas says:

    Stakeholder Review

    So these people are being FORCED to set aside their beliefs because you and your treasonous ilk have decided that no one is allowed to have an opinion about homosexuals that you do not approve of.

    And this is AFTER people like you tell us, no one will be forced to change their beliefs.

    Your entire existence is lies, Lao.

  13. Adam says:

    “They are being “forced” to not display their beliefs – which run counter to the very idea of American exceptionalism that the uniform represents – while actively representing America.”

    The chaplain who lost his command for refusing to perform a gay marriage was punished for refusing to deliberately go against his conscience and the dictates of his faith just for the sake of popularity. It was him indeed being forced to set aside his beliefs in the name of social engineering.

  14. Ummah Gummah says:

    Jimbo says:
    June 6, 2013 at 10:42 am
    Evidently some morons believe a person must surrender their God-given morals upon entering the military.

    Moslems don’t seem to surrender theirs. See the jihadist workplace violence attack by Nidal Hassan at Ft. Hood for reference.


  15. meh says:

    Stan, you didn’t follow my hypothetical at all, did you?

    OK. My “beliefs” involve telling people – while I am an active duty service member – all about communism, atheism, or whatever… are you really telling me you would be having this same reaction in my defense???

    When you are a member of the military, you represent America. Not yourself, not your individual beliefs… you represent America. Which means not taking a personal side in nonsense theological disputes, not taking a personal side in political squabbles… being a part of the military first and foremost.

    You really do get that, you just want to be angry, and aren’t sure why.

  16. StanInTexas says:

    Lao, you are arguing with a strawman of your own making. If you are not able to stick with the point, then why don’t you just shut up.

  17. Ummah Gummah says:


    Speaking of the military, I KNOW the troll lao doesn’t care that liberal wonderboy Obama Eliminates Breakfast for US Troops in Afghanistan, Stuffs Own Face

    That said, I fed the troll and still i am all for spoofing its posts and for IP bans and post cancels, even if my post has to go because the troll’s posts I responded to have to go..


  18. Tchhht!!! says:

    Liberalism – Ideas so great they have to be mandatory.

  19. meh says:

    Do you really not follow? I can’t be much clearer…

    “So these people are being FORCED to set aside their beliefs because”… because those beliefs do not represent the American people or our position in the world. It represents some of them, sure. But the same argument could be made in favor of atheism, or socialism, or even islam. All part and parcel here in America.

    You can have whatever beliefs you want. That’s America. But if you wear the uniform, you simply don’t get to make your personal anything a statement. You represent something greater, and that’s the end of the story. Keep it to yourself until the day you muster out. Then start a blog or whatever, and never eat anything but chick-fil-a.

  20. Dr. 9 says:

    And yet, incredibly, they can still find the best and brightest this country has to offer to go off to fight and die for a nation that cares nothing about them.

  21. StanInTexas says:

    You are amazing, Lao. You and your ilk FORCE people to conform to your ideal of what the military should be, then you whine that politics should not be a part of wearing the uniform.

    You are pathetic.

  22. Ummah Gummah says:

    Tchhht!!! says:
    June 6, 2013 at 11:09 am
    Liberalism – Ideas so great they have to be mandatory.

    Yeah LOL You need to make that a bumper sticker and sell it. Like Obamacare which all his union buddies and Pelousy campaign donors are getting exemptions from.

    Oh and Congress of course and the Senate too.


  23. meh says:

    Stan… Stan… Stan…

    So you are OK with this guy making a political statement while wearing the uniform. We have established that. Telling him not to is “FORCING” him to not have freedom, or whatever. Fine. Taken as-read.

    My question,l which I will now pose for the 4th time, is this: would you be similarly OK with someone who holds a differing opinion doing the exact same thing?

    I think I know the answer, but I want to hear it from you.

  24. StanInTexas says:

    Lao, I am not going to participate with you while you flog the strawman you built.

    Here we have several examples of people you have been told they are not allowed to have an opinion about homosexuals that you and your ilk have just forced upon them. They are being made to set aside their beliefs on the alter of PC.

    You are fine with forcing people to have a political and religious opinion, so long as YOU are the one that gets to decide what is allowed.

  25. Ummah Gummah says:




  26. la gayo says:

    I can’t wait for holder and nappy to roll out the armored vehicles so they can cart off those nasty Conservatives to the camps..

    after all, it’s best that way.

  27. meh says:

    What strawman have I built? None. I posited a simple (I thought) set of circumstances designed to help you see that this issue is worth discussing. Are you capable, or not?

    “You are fine with forcing people to have a political and religious opinion, so long as YOU are the one that gets to decide what is allowed.”

    ARGH. You keep doing that – you aren’t actually thinking, just repeating the same thing. Talk about strawmen…

    One last time: I don’t want to force anyone, anywhere, to have a specific opinion, I want there to be a set of rules/regulations/whatever that dictates how those opinions are expressed while actively representing a theoretically non-partisan group that represents America.

    That is all.

    Can you process this?

  28. Eeet Shit Doucheflap says:

    Don’t you have an internship or bohemiam buttrug sandal collective to go to el fago?

  29. la gayo says:

    Those moozeleembes looks so sexy on their prayer rugs. I really should go to the mosque sometime and check them out and make new friends.. there’s some fine man-meat on those rugs, love that man-smell on their socks.

  30. Outlaw Scumfuck says:

    Go felch a dead horse.

  31. StanInTexas says:

    I don’t want to force anyone, anywhere, to have a specific opinion

    That is a lie, that is EXACTLY what you and your ilk have done.

  32. meh says:

    How? When? Has anyone – ever – come too you house and shipped you off to a reeducation camp? (Nope, never.) Has that happened to anyone, anywhere in America? (Nope. Never.)

    Did we tell someone that they needed to not make a political statement while a member of a nonpartisan government entity?

    Yes. And that is all that happened. Your persecution complex is apparently quite real, but still imaginary for all that. I think I have discovered the crux of the issue.

  33. Jay B. says:

    The gay subjects sure bring out the roaches from the woodworks.

  34. Rock Hard and Throbbing says:

    Gay B are you bashing to hide the inner homo?

  35. StanInTexas says:

    meh…. WHAT? Now we are to re-education camps?

    You are officially looney-tunes. I’m done here.

  36. I believe in your vagina says:

    Can’t we all just get along?

  37. Dave Blount says:

    The troll is wearing out his welcome even faster than I expected. Anyone want to second Ummah Gummah’s call for the ban hammer?

  38. Buffalo Chips says:

    Can you block the DNS on Turdpress?

  39. Buffalo Chips says:

    Otherwise how will you stop someone from visiting a page on an open (for now) internet? Don’t piss em off too much you might have a BNI page situation on your hands.

  40. Adventures of Tech the Supporter says:

    Also all the other people using that domain name server will be banned.

  41. Animal Farm says:

    A D-Day post would come in handy about now.

  42. Ummah Gummah says:


    Can I hear a +1, anyone?


  43. Ummah Gummah says:


    And by the way, I eat at Chick-fil-A whenever I can.

    I hope they don’t cave and keep up the good work.


  44. here leezard leezard says:

    It is good stuff but kind of pricey. Arby’s has upgraded their grilled chicken sandwich. There is a local rootbeer place that has some killer chicken. It is like an old 50’s place where you park and eat, the attendant comes over to your vehicle. The rootbeer is some great home brew.

  45. Proving my point in 3...2...1.. says:

    Wait – I made a very coherent statement. Stan (still) doesn’t get it. He says people are forced to do things. I contend they are merely prevented from doing specific things in specific circumstances. Which is exactly, literally correct.
    I provided a counterexample (which went over his head), I tried to simplify… which was unsuccessful. Not my fault, of course.

    If that is sufficient to “wear out my welcome”, then you really are a hive of groupthink even more than i give you credit for.

    I certainly wouldn’t want to try actually discussing things, when instead we can read Ummah Gummah’s brilliant Einsteinian rejoinders.

  46. a saucerful of sucrets says:

    Take it to the faculty lounge circle jerk.

  47. StanInTexas says:

    Lao, I understand your point completely. You are trying to have it both ways. First you and your ilk force your views on others, then you demand that everyone conform to your way of thinking, then you whine when you are called on it.

    You had your chance to play nice. If the ban-hammer comes your way, it will be a self-inflicted wound.

  48. Proving my point in 3...2...1.. says:

    Stan… when have i suggested that we force any viewpoint – at all – on anyone? I said the exact opposite. Literally the exact opposite.

    There are circumstances in which people should bite their tongues. This is one of those instances. Not in favor – or opposed to – any political hot potato of any sort. Just stay silent in this moment in time. Want to eat all teh Chick-Fil-A on Earth? Go for it. Want to hate gay people? Fine. I can think you are an ass for that, of course, but it is your right to think whatever you want. You just can’t do those things while in uniform. That is literally all there is to it.

    The fact that this guy was not able to do whatever he wanted, at every moment he might want to, is not the same as being “forced to change your opinion”.

    This is not so hard to understand, but you still won’t get it in 3…2…1…

  49. Flu-Bird says:

    If a flood happened and washed WASHINGTON D.C. away we wouldnt mess it one bit Its becuase in the words of Obi Whan Kenobi a WRETCHED HIVE OF SCUM & VILLIANY

  50. StanInTexas says:

    “There are circumstances in which people should bite their tongues.”

    And here you are FORCING your opinion on people. Thank you for admitting your lie. You may go now!

  51. Ummah Gummah says:


    Stan does that mean you second my motion to hammer the troll?


  52. Jimbo says:

    Calling a daisy a rose doesn’t change the daisy. It just makes people hate those idiots who call it a rose. Ignorant bastards are liberals.

  53. Jodie says:

    I’ll second the motion on the Soros troll, who is only here to attack people and makes no legitimate arguments.

  54. Son of Taz says:

    I’ll second the ban hammer too. Seems it’s our old troll lao, since he delights in busting Stan, as he did in the past.

  55. David says:

    After serving 24 years in the military, I never gave up any personal opinions and was never forced to give up any, be it political or social. I volunteered to be the voting representative every year and encouraged voter participation and debate, especially during the Carter years. And we hated him with a passion and voiced it, because of his stupidity. There is a difference to being politically involved which is your right and disobeying orders that come down from the CIC. But when the orders come down that are a clear violation of your morals, and then become punishment, then the CIC and his appointed commanders have become abusive and intolerant to those they wish to oppress and punish in the military. Very much like Hitler, Stalin and Mao. Clear out the military and staff it with simple minded ass kissers who will fire on their own at any command. And it is only going to get worse. Stand by America.

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