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06/27/2013

Whoa, wait?! Dan Cathy seriously did it again?!

by Jeremy Hooper

According to the Huffington Post, the business owner who infamously claimed marriages like mine invite God's judgement on the nation tweeted then deleted this in reaction to the Supreme Court decisions:

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Dan Cathy, Chick-Fil-A President, Tweets Response To DOMA Ruling, Then Deletes It [Huff Po]

Cathy also posted a blog to a Chick-fil-A–branded site on June 25, cryptically telling his readers "not to worry" about an unnamed something that was to happen in the next twenty-four hours because God is in command of all.

It is shocking to me that he would continue to drag his company into this.

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