One Comment on Chick-fil-A Controversy

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard about the brewhaha surrounding Chick-Fil-A founder President Dan Cathy’s statements on his company’s stance on gay marriage. 

These comments have started, for lack of a better term, a shit storm.  It is all over the news, Facebook, and matters weren’t helped that yesterday was “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day”, Mike Huckabee’s brainchild. 

This is not a post commenting about the quasi-controversy.  If you care to know what I think, then ask, but we are all inundated with enough vitrol BS on both sides that I won’t bore you with it again. 

The one comment I will make here is a housekeeping one.  If you are going to take to a Facebook post talking about how much you support Chick-fil-A, or if you are going to protest, spell the damn resturant’s name right. 

It is Chick-Fil-A.   It is not “Chic-fil-et”, or “Chic-fil-A”.  I think the abbreviation CFA is appropriate. 

If you love a company so much that you are going to stand in line for an hour to show its support, or you hate it so much you want to boycott it, please spell it right.  You would think as much as it has been in the news, people would catch on by now.



6 Responses to “One Comment on Chick-fil-A Controversy”

  1. 1 Al August 2, 2012 at 10:23 am

    Dan Cathy isn’t the founder. His dad, Truett, founded it.

  2. 3 Booger Presley August 2, 2012 at 10:59 am

    Bad business. Gay people eat chicken too.

    • 4 Jim August 2, 2012 at 12:11 pm

      No one in this controversy is denying gay people from entering CFA and eating chicken. The CFA CEO simply stated his position as to his belief that marriage is between one man and one woman, a position held by many. Over 40 states have voted to ban gay marriage.

      So, if anyone has an issue with Mr. Cathy, they can refrain from patronizing CFA. The threats from the 3 mayors (Boston, San Francisco, and Chicago) are ludicrous. The tolerance demanded of those of us who don’t agree with these 3 stooges, and others like them, is certainly a one way street. It is fine for people like these mayors to savage those who disagree with them but for any of us to dare criticize their position(s) is committing the unpardonable sin.

  3. 5 William August 2, 2012 at 11:26 am

    You must have a really boring life to get caught up in something like this. Very childish in my opinion! This has nothing to do with football or UGA. Grow up or shut up!

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