My mommy says it taste awful... especially from Arabic men.
Boston, MASS.-- Openly gay Mayor Tomas Meinbutthole has plunged ball deep into the national controversy surrounding fast food chain Chick-fil-A, whose president has publicly opposed gay homosexual marriage and says that God hates fags, urging the holy than thou chicken sandwich sellers to stay out of his gay Boston. Even as the chain took a pounding from the gay mayor, gay rights activists and even the Muppets, conservative politicians, including former Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum, hammered back.
A letter from the gay Mayor slammed Chick-fil-A president Rev. Dan "Slayer of Evil" Cathy for recent "prejudiced statements" against homosexual man-on-man same-sex marriage, which has sadly been legal in Massachusetts since 2004. Posted on a Boston gay community page on the social media site Gay Facebook on Wednesday, the letter has gone viral like the AIDS virus in a gay bath house. It has been "liked" by more than 131,000 bone yodeling users and shared, just like the AIDS virus, more than 46,000 times.
"In recent days you said Chick-fil-A opposes man-on-man same-sex marriage, and said the generation that supports it has is 'going to hell'" Meinbutthole wrote in the letter addressed to Chick-fil-A's Atlanta headquarters. "Now - incredibly - your company says that God hates fags. I urge you to back out of your plans to locate in my gay Boston."
The fast-food company has reportedly been shopping for sites in the downtown gay district in Boston, including spots along the city's well-known Gay Freedom Trail, a pathway that winds in the shape of the lower intestine past many of the city's Revolutionary War landmarks, and even within sight of Meinbutthole's City Hall office.
Meinbutthole, noting that some of the first gay mens same-sex couples to wed in the country came to the Boston City Hall to get married, said: "It would be an insult to them and to our city's long history of expanding gay freedom, to have a fag hating Chick-fil-A across the street from that spot." Chick-fil-A immediately respond to a request for comment on Meinbutthole's letter or its plans for Boston by saying "God hates fags". Last week, the chain said its culture is "to treat only God fearing person with honor, dignity and respect - because of their belief, creed, race, sexual orientation or gender." The Chick-fil-A controversy hit the headlines after the Rev. Cathy's comments to the Baptist Press citing "prideful" supporters of same-sex marriage and defending the company's support of "the biblical definition of the family unit."
ATM SIT-IN PLANNED
Same-sex couples around the country plan a ATM (AssToMouth) Sit-In at Chick-fil-A restaurants on Aug 3. Muppet characters like Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy are hugely popular with fags, announced they will no longer work with the chain. They will donate payments received from a promotion with Chick-fil-A - which featured "ATM Puppets" in kids' meals - to President Obama and his gay rights group GLAAD.
Santorum, known for his opposition to gay homosexual same-sex marriage, struck back by suggesting a counter-protest. "Simply have a meal at Chick-fil-A on August 1 for 'Chick-fil-A & God hates fags day' and our support for fag hating traditional family values will be heard loud and clear," Santorum, a former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, wrote in an email to supporters.
The company is known for its forced mix of religion and business as well as its fried chicken sandwiches that the blacks don't like. The company's website says that the Rev. Cathy is driven by a "personal hatred of fags", and to see the fulfillment of Chick-fil-A's corporate purpose: "To glorify God by hating fags." All of Chick-fil-A's roughly 1,600 locations - including two outlets in suburban Boston shopping malls - are closed on Sundays, Christmas and Thanksgiving, and during fag parades.