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08/02/2012

Bryan Fischer pits that fast food company against 'sodomy-besotted media', 'crime against nature'

by Jeremy Hooper

From the American Family Association's most visible face:

"Despite the constant bleating and bloating of a sodomy-besotted media, the American people know that marriage is an institution created and designed by God. What God has defined, man must not redefine. And the pro-family Americans who showed up at CFA yesterday are not about to allow that to happen on their watch."
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"Chick-fil-A may just have handed the election to the party that stands for marriage rather than the party that wants to normalize the infamous crime against nature."

And let's couple this with Bryan's earlier thoughts, in which he essentially said gays are like terrorists who can cause tragedies like 9/11:


SOURCE: AFA Radio

SOURCE: AFA Radio

I've said it since day one: the company's most vocal supporters are absolutely destroying—or, at least, drastically reshaping—the company's brand. Yesterday was a big day of sales, as we all expected. But for the company, the corporate headaches are far too large and longer-lasting for money to easily remedy.

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