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08/01/2012

'I have changed my mind' on @ChickFilA (P.S. this is happening all across America)

by Jeremy Hooper

Because of the overplayed hand of Mike Huckabee and the National Organization For Marriage, Josh Ozersky now gets it. He is representative of millions—trust me, I've had a very good traffic day—who are increasingly clued in:

But after hearing what Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy recently had to say, and — more importantly — after looking a little more closely into just how freely Chick-Fil-A mingles its religion with its business, I have changed my mind. I had always thought of Chick-Fil-A’s owners as hewing to private principles in non-intrusive ways, namely by closing on Sundays. But those private principles just got a lot more public.

Read more: Chick-Fil-A Mea Culpa: I Have Changed My Mind [Time]

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