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08/01/2012

Chick-fil-A is now and forever an anti-marriage-equality restaurant; that's the message that transcends today

by Jeremy Hooper

To a person, the people in this video say they are at this Pennsylvania Chick-fil-A because of "traditional marriage":

That's why I've been saying all along that in side some corporate offices, there are surely people who are smacking their heads in frustration over today's little stunt. Sure, there will be a good day of sales—we all knew that. But by coming out the way that they did, the National Organization For Marriage, Mike Huckabee, the AFA, FRC, and all of the rest have turned a story that the company wanted to disappear into an all out declaration that this is a fast food chain that is for anti-equality people (of faith, in particular). That is something that will stick around long after today's sales boost.

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