Comment By Bob L.
It is getting to be no longer ONE NATION UNDER GOD, it is getting to be one nation under [ Environmentalist, Special Interest Groups, Lobbyists, Bleeding Hearts and Yuppies] and Hell with the rest of the people.
This Country has become a land of very sick people who have no respect for any one but themselves, they don’t care what happens TO, OR, what happens to THIS Country and where it is headed, they can only see that they are not getting their way, and they want the Government to pass laws to protect them as and Individual, not an American Citizen, because these people are so sick, they don’t want any one to get something better than them, they think they are privileged.
My self and many Good Americans are getting tired of these people [ Environmentalist, Special Interest Groups (you know who you are), Lobbyists, Bleeding Hearts and Yuppies] who think that they are the only people who believe that the Government is here to protect them and no one else, and these are the type who all most destroyed the German People and their Country along with others. [Is this now the Flag of America, and how we show respect to our flag is with an out stretched arm to the Flag and Dictator (President)] if not, it sure is starting to look that way every month that goes by.
People Complain about the Stars and Bars, but I don’t think that is as offensives to a nation as the one that breeds Dictators and treason from our Government to our own Nations Flag, I believe that our Lawyers, Judges, Government, Special Interest Groups, and Bleeding Hearts who are to blame for not enforcing the laws, and just slapping their hands and saying don’t do it again, well it won’t work and it has not worked. Look how many young Boys and Girls have been raped and some killed, look how many people have been killed and what has the Government and the Courts done about it, nothing, they think that their pay is more important than worrying about making people safe, and they have done very little if that.
Chick-fil-A Protests: Have They Gone Too Far?
By Claudine Zap
It seems that a sandwich has become the target of partisan political debate. Ever since Dan Cathy, the president of chicken restaurant chain Chick-fil-A, voiced his opposition to gay marriage, opinions about the company have caused a lot of indigestion.
Adam Smith, then the CFO of a medical supply firm, created a wave of interest on the Web when he posted a video of himself berating a Chick-fil-A worker at a drive-through window in Tucson, Ariz. Smith, who said he “just couldn’t stand all the hate,” wasn’t exactly showing his sweet side.
Smith tells the employee, who offers him free water and wishes him a nice day, “I don’t know how you live with yourself and work here. I don’t understand it. This is a horrible corporation with horrible values. You deserve better.” Smith’s employer, Vante, was not impressed, stating in a press release that Smith no longer works for the company.
Overnight, a Chick-fil-A in Torrance, Calif., was vandalized with the spray-painted message “Tastes like hate” in advance of today’s “National Same-Sex Kiss Day.”
Some gay activists have encouraged same-sex couples to document themselves smooching at the restaurant chain’s locations.
This comes after Wednesday’s Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, organized by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, which brought out tens of thousands to wait in long lines and, Chick-fil-A confirmed, resulted in a “record-setting day” for the business.
Mayors in Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco have rolled up the welcome mat to the chain, and in Los Angeles, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa praised his city for its “vibrant” LGBT community.
New York City’s Michael Bloomberg, on the other hand, a supporter of gay marriage, said on his radio show Friday that it is not appropriate for government “to look at somebody’s political views and decide whether or not they can live in the city, or operate a business in the city, or work for somebody in the city.”
Twitter was abuzz from all the activity. As helpbydonating (@ithas2besaid) noted, “If you want to protest these mayors who banned Chick-fil-A, that’s one thing. But if you want to defend the constitution, defend all of it.” Richard Penney (@RichardPenney) weighed in, saying, “If you don’t like Chick-fil-A don’t go there. If you do, go there. But banning the business because you disagree w/ the CEO? Fascist.”
On the other hand, all the chatter about chicken sandwiches simply seems to be making some people hungry. Coraline Jones (@kaylacurtsinger) posted, “The more y’all keep talking about Chick-fil-A, the more I crave it.”
Sometimes, a sandwich is just a sandwich.